Tim Addison advises PM David Cameron on renewable energy
Our goal is to be the South’s most innovative and dynamic property development and building company. It is this, coupled with our commitment to building outstanding affordable green properties that is only matched by our dedication to providing excellent value for money and customer service. From design and planning, right through to incorporating a host of forward thinking features, we keep your needs in mind, ensuring we create homes and working environments to suit all lifestyles.
All our homes comply fully with being disabled friendly.
With a proven track record across the South Coast our award winning portfolio includes:
- Sympathetic and innovative conversions of historic buildings.
- Well specified new build homes and flats.
- Conversions of commercial premises into residential units.
- Use of cutting edge environmental technology.
Vanessa Addison being interviewed by the Bournemouth Daily Echo
At Green Bee Homes our experienced team value strong relationships with partner organisations and individuals such as architects, planners and trades people. It is this strength of partnership that has led our vision and creative approach to delivery to through on a number of highly successful joint venture housing schemes and affordable housing projects.
Vanessa Addison wins the 2015 Signature award for Deaf Entrepreneur Of The Year
Our expertise and skilled approach to land acquisition is complemented by an experience panel of architects and planning consultants. By offering tailored solutions that take into account the needs of land owners as well as local political, social and environmental factors, our track record is fast becoming the envy of other developers.
STOP Press – Vanessa Wins Entrepreneur Of The Year Award
Congratulations to Vanessa who has won The Deaf Entrepreneur Award. This award recognises a deaf individual who has used their merit and resource to drive a business to success.
Vanessa In The Daily Echo
VANESSA Addison believes the experience of growing up profoundly deaf helped give her the determination to achieve. Less than four years ago, the mother-of-two spotted an attractive plot of land on the school run and thought about buying it.
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