House builder Ben Bailey Homes has completed a move to a new head office at Calder Park, Wakefield.

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  • Ben Bailey Homes has relocated its operations from Doncaster to occupy a full 11,500 sq ft office on the popular Calder business park in Wakefield.

    It's requirement comes after a rapid expansion of the business in 2012, during which it took on 20 new employees.

    A total of 100 staff are employed in the region by Ben Bailey Homes, with 46 based at the new head office managing construction, land acquisition, technical, planning, finance, sales and marketing and customer care. The remaining 54 employees are based at development sites.

    Ben Bailey Homes' managing director, Mark Mitchell, said: "We've experienced considerable expansion in the last 12 months and are looking forward to building on this success even further in 2013.

    "The relocation of our head office puts the company in an excellent position right in the heart of Yorkshire and allows easy access to all of our developments throughout the region whilst also providing room for further growth within the business."

    Ben Bailey Homes Yorkshire is an operating company of the Gladedale Group, one of the leading private developers of residential and commercial property in Britain. In 2012, the company built 444 new homes across 15 sites in the region stretching from Sheffield to Leeds. Current developments include the award-winning Chevin Park in Menston, Harvest View in Garforth, Leeds and Melton View in Mexborough, South Yorkshire.

    In 2012, Ben Bailey Homes was given a maximum five stars for customer satisfaction and five stars for customer recommendation in the Home Builders Federation national survey of buyers.

    The company also received a Gold Award for customer satisfaction following independent research released which showed an outstanding 99.3 per cent of its customers would recommend purchasing a new home from Ben Bailey Homes.

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