CLIENT HIGHLIGHT - former Pottery Works acquired

 

The Commercial Team of Nowell Meller was very proud to have supported the Trustees of the Krizevac Project - a registered charity inspiring community transformation.

The charity recently acquired "Atlas Works" on Sutherland Road, Longton - former pottery site for Aynsley China.  The warehouse will be used for a number of charitable purposes such as storage of bikes for ultimate renovation and transportation to its projects in Africa.   Trustee Vince Owen says "Debby Hackney and her team were simply superb.  They were recommended to us and provided much more than a great conveyancing experience.  Their client care was second to none but their interest in the project and the work we undertook was also refreshing.  I would have no hesitation in recommending Nowell Meller to anyone looking for a bespoke, friendly and dynamic service".

Debby Hackney explains "Krizevac Project is a different kind of charity achieving lasting positive change for some of Africa’s most needy communities in enterprising ways. Social Enterprise

It was a fabulous opportunity not only for us to support the trustees but to see another empty building in the Potteries being brought back to life.  Krizevac Project creates self-sustaining businesses to provide lasting income which is then used to help the poorest of the poor. This multiplies benefit from the donations which have seeded the start of new enterprises. Krizevac Project has helped organisations in deprived communities to succeed by constructing quality buildings and by providing essential equipment and skilled volunteers.  I am sure the addition of Atlas Works will continue to help this worthwhile charity expand".

For further information relating to Krizevac Project please visit their website