Just before Christmas, Aldi received planning permission for a new store in Porthcawl, South Wales, within the Porthcawl Waterfront Regeneration Area. The approved store includes use of local limestone, timber cladding and a wave-shaped roof; the scheme also includes improved public realm, public art by a local artist and highway improvements to promote walking and cycling. This scheme is the first approval within the wider Salt Lake area and will kick start development here which will bring positive impacts to Porthcawl residents and businesses.
Wednesday, 12 January, 2022
One of our Directors, Richard Fitter recently passed his advanced motorcycle test with IAM Roadsmart (the Institute of Advance Motorists). He was delighted to be awarded a F1RST, meaning that he achieved the highest score in every category of the assessment.
Tuesday, 11 January, 2022
Thanks once again to all our clients and associates who made 2021 such a successful year. Obviously these are still challenging times but we are looking forward to a few more face-to-face meetings next year and maybe a coffee or two. We hope you enjoy the festive season and we look forward to continued successes in 2022.
Friday, 17 December, 2021
New blue LED lighting brings a touch of Las Vegas to Aldi's new store in Parc Tawe Retail Park, Swansea. Lighting by Redrock Electrical Ltd. Construction Management by Arc Bauen.
Thursday, 04 November, 2021
We love getting creative with our logo. Over the years it has appeared on a lot of impressive site hoardings and countless reports, publications and presentations; however, it has also popped up in some interesting places including an electric vehicle at Goodwood circuit, some cycling team jerseys at Brands Hatch, and a skateboard on children’s TV.
When entran was founded in 2005 our logo was . . .
Thursday, 28 October, 2021
If you have ever been curious about how a Car Club works, this article on the BBC News page will probably answer your questions. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/Car Clubs. Each Car Club vehicle removes 18.5 cars from the roads, results in 26.5% less emissions than the average car, removes the need for many housholds to own a second car or any car at all, reduces social exclusion and saves members thousands of pounds each year compared to owning a car. Have a read of the BBC article and decide whether Car Club membership might be for you (or your development!)
Sunday, 24 October, 2021