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Founded in 2007, based in Hull & East Yorkshire CCG employs over 50 people and sucessfully operates in Consultancy & Childcare, whilst continuing to invest in the local area.

Investment
With investment in assets, including property of over 3 million pounds in the last 5 years alone, Complete Clarity continues to seek property and development opportunities. Its main development sites are now successful Tiptoes Nursery School sites in the Hull and East Riding, which in turn employe local people.


September 2015 - Another Nursery - this time Willerby, East Yorkshire

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Local Nursery Operator expands with help of regions construction company Sangwin Ltd.




Nursery operator Tiptoes has continued its rapid expansion and will open the doors to its fifth children’s day nursery in Willerby at the turn of the year. The brand new purpose built nursery is being constructed by local building and civil engineering company Sangwin, who have a rich heritage in the Hull area after being founded in the 1880s.

The new 65 place nursery on Gorton Road in Willerby is being built on the former Gorton Lodge site following its demolition in 2004, since then the site had remained empty. Various planning applications were submitted and approved for residential development, but the single storey day nursery fitted in well with neighbouring houses and bungalows. Helen Gilson said, “We identified the site in 2011 when we were building on Bricknell Avenue and secured its purchase in 2014”. The nursery operator endured a long development process to ensure that the building was constructed to a high standard, on what has been a difficult site, but is now well placed to open to parents later this year.

Building work was started in May this year by Sangwin, Helen Gilson said “we were delighted that we have been able to work so closely with such a fantastic construction partner in Sangwin and the factthey employ local tradesmen is very important to us”. The nursery will create 20 new jobs covering management, nursery nurses and a cook and will increase the group’s employee base to over 75, providing care for more than 300 nursery and preschool places.

Nick Sangwin, MD of Sangwin said “the project has progressed well and will come within budget and timescales. Both building and civil’s divisions of Sangwin have been used on site and our ability to deal with complex drainage solutions has proved invaluable to the client”.

Tiptoes has already received over 20 child registrations for places starting December and January, and with the initial start-up phase being nearly full the group is urging those parents who wish to start at the nursery to get in touch.


March 2014 - Green nursery for sustainable business park
 
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Work has started on a nursery at Bridgehead, Hessle, the north’s “most sustainable” business park.

Tiptoes, which is run by Paul and Helen Gilson, is due to open its third nursery in August, with the creation of 20 new jobs.

The 50-acre business park, which sits in the shadow of the Humber Bridge, is being developed by Hull-based property company the Wykeland Group and when completed will include 612,000sqft of office, research and development and high-tech space.

East Yorkshire house-builder Beal Homes has already relocated its headquarters from Hull to Bridgehead and award-winning laser manufacturer Rofin Sinar UK recently unveiled plans to move to the business park.

Paul Gilson, of Tiptoes, said: “We started talking to Wykeland in 2012 and we are really excited now that work has started. The new nursery has been specially designed with Wykeland to fit in with the ethos of the north’s greenest business park and will be one of the most environmentally friendly nurseries in the UK.

“Everything is designed on a single level with all age groups having direct access to the outside space and covered area. We are located next to the surrounding trees and will have great access to the forest walkway that has been designed by Wykeland in conjunction with and Yorkshire Wildlife Trust that encircles Bridgehead”.

Helen Gilson was a head teacher in Hull and the East Riding and she now oversees childcare and education at the nurseries. She said: “We’ve had a really strong response from parents so far with quite a few children being signed up already.”

The nursery represents an investment of £750,000 by Tiptoes and is about 4,000sqft. It’s an important part of the plan to make Bridgehead one of the most sought-after commercial spaces in the north.

Grant Edmondson, head of property and asset management at Wykeland, said: “The ethos is simple – to create a truly first-class business park you have to offer first class amenities and having a TipToes-run nursery fits in with that. Having an onsite nursery is going to bring huge benefits to the Bridgehead community.”

Tiptoes started in 2009 and currently operates two nurseries, in Bricknell Avenue, Hull, and Waterside, Hessle. It has invested more than £2m in the past five years and now employs over 50 staff.

Bridgehead is located between the northern approach roads to the Humber Bridge and has been designed with input from the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust to enhance and protect local wildlife through a combined biodiversity, landscape and drainage strategy. During the creation of the park the company has planting 8,000 new shrubs and hedgerows, 4,500 herbs and bulbs and more than 200 new trees to enhance and supplement the existing natural landscape.
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