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February 2021

Despite the uncertain climate of 2020, GC Construction (UK) Ltd forged ahead with new projects, all whilst adhering to the Government guidelines with regard to the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Works started simultaneously on projects in Liverpool and Colwyn Bay and
works progressed on programme throughout the lockdowns.

2021 started with a new project in the pipeline and works will start on
Lathbury Gardens, Liverpool in March 2021.

February 2020

GC Construction (UK) Ltd have acquired a site in the seaside town of Colwyn Bay where construction will start on 7 No Luxury apartments spanning over 3 Floors. More details to follow…….

May 2017

“Kitwe are delighted to work once again for G C Capital Ltd on constructing a 64 bed Student Accommodation Block on Smithdown Lane in the heart of Liverpool’s University District  and a stone’s throw away from the new Teaching Hospital .  Works on the £2 million project started on site this week (8th May 2017) and will be finished in August 2018 ready for the start of the 2018 student  university year. 


The five storey steel frame building will form 64 bedrooms built in 9 cluster units. Each cluster will contain up to 8 en-suite bedrooms with a shared lounge/kitchen facility”

March 2017

Works recently completed on a total refurbishment of the X-ray Department at Newtown Hospital for Powys Teaching Health Trust.

August 2016

G C Construction Ltd have been selected to carry out a refurbishment scheme at the Evangelical Fellowship Church in Waverton, Cheshire.  

The works will involve internal re-modelling of the church to  provide a larger worship area to accommodate its growing numbers and creating a brighter and more welcoming entrance to visitors and parishioners.  The works aim to complete in January 2017.

January 2016

Ridley Croft Barns

RIDLEY CROFT Barns are an exclusive conversion of Victorian farm barns into eleven luxury, 3 and 4 bedroom homes.
Set in the stunning Cheshire countryside, these barn conversions are accessed via the original listed Gatehouse of Ridley Hall which is believed to date from the late 15th Century. The properties surround a spacious, landscaped courtyard and offer luxury living in truly unique surroundings.
Great care and attention has gone into the conversion process to ensure the character and setting of the development has been retained. All of the properties have attractive countryside views. The north range benefits from views across the adjoining land (believed to been the site of the original Ridley Hall) to both Peckforton and Beeston Castles.


April 2014

G C Construction have been awarded another new contract by South Shropshire Housing Association for the construction of seven (7) luxury homes in Neenton, Bridgnorth, Shropshire. The scheme consists of 2 No. 3 bed semi detached homes (shared ownership), 2 No. 4 bed (detached) and 3 No 5 Bed (detached) homes, and surrounding access road. The development started on site in March 2014 and will complete in October 2014. Anyone interested should contact South Shropshire HA for details.Site Plan Site view

October 2013

G C Construction have been awarded a  new Contract by the South Shropshire Housing Association for the construction of six (6) affordable homes in Onibury, Craven Arms, Shropshire.  The scheme consists of 4 No. 2 bed (4 person) and 2 No. 3 bed (5 person) homes, access road and amenity3d image - onibury works.  The development will start on site in January 2014 for 26 weeks.

September 2013

September 2013 sees Kitwe starting a new project for Abbey Archway Developments Limited, based in Chester.

The Project is a new Apartment Block in West Bank in Chester, comprising of 4 No 2-bedroom Luxury Apartments.  West Bank is one of Chester sought after areas within walking distance of the City Centre.

Completion is scheduled for Spring 2014.  Sales will be direct through Abbey Archway.Marketing Pic

July 2013

Loughor, Swansea, South Wales

Works completed on time and within budget on our ‘Supported Living’ project in South Wales .  This 339m2 Bungalow was our 5th project for First Choice Housing Association.

The building is a bungalow designed and built for ‘supported living’.  It provides a home for 4 people plus a bedroom for the carer.

5 bedrooms are at ground floor level, one bathroom is shared by two bedrooms, and again opposite across the hallway the other bathroom serves the other two bedrooms. The carer has their own bathroom.

The scheme provides a 2 lounges and a kitchen/dining room.

All the bedrooms and lounges have hoists which can transfer tenants from bed to bathroom and around both bedrooms, lounge and bathrooms

Supported living is a concept that was developed as an alternative to institutional care for people with learning disabilities and brought into the UK in the 1990’s. The main principles of supported living are that people with learning disabilities own or rent their home and have control over the support they get, who they live with (if anyone) and how they live their lives. Supported living assumes that all people with learning disabilities, regardless of the level or type of disability, are able to make choices about how to live their lives even if the person does not make choices in conventional ways.

Here at Kitwe we are extremely proud to have delivered 6 of these homes during the past 3 years, effectively changing the lives of the individuals who live there.