May 2024

Sewell Estates Newsletter

It’s been a really busy month for us, kicking off with the news that Sewell Group has been named one of the Sunday Time’s Best Places to Work in the UK. For us, this is the best accolade we could receive, as it’s based on what our people say about us. Having a team of people who want to come in to work every day is partly down to the great relationships we have with our clients and partners, so thank you to everyone who’s helped support our company over the years.

In this month’s newsletter, we’re talking about partnerships, whether that’s long-term relationships with our suppliers helping us go the extra mile, or some of the results of successful partnerships with clients that help improve the experiences of hospital patients and college students.

After a hectic UKREiiF in Leeds last week, me and the team will be out and about during the 20th annual Humber Business Week keeping our step count high. If you are attending The Business Day at Brid Spa on 7th June, with headline guest Bjorn Ulvaeus (if you know, you know 😉), also look out for our session ‘Is your building holding you back’ or join a session with Claire Harrison focusing on our Queen’s Award for Enterprise for our work on social mobility.

Best wishes, Jo

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Bradford College embark on ambitious T Level project

We're teaming up with Bradford College for the multi-million pound creation of their new T Level facilities.


Humber’s investment proposition takes centre stage at UKREiiF

Humber Freeport joined representatives from across the region at UKREiiF in Leeds, a three-day event which aims to unlock investment and drive regeneration and development across the UK.


From suppliers to partners

Over 30 years in business, Sewell Facilities Management has worked with many suppliers, and we've learned a lot on the way. We explore some of the advantages in taking the time to build a partnership.



Local Plans aren’t just for those who work in planning. Discover how they can help unlock opportunities for anyone in the public sector to access alternative funding opportunities.


Creating a place of safety at times of crisis

I&G have worked with Sheffield Health and Social Care Trust to refurbish and upgrade their Health Based Place of Safety, where the Trust can work with mental health service users to support them at moments of crisis.


Cutting down scan waiting times in York

One of the NHS’s key priorities is driving down waiting times, and the team at Shared Agenda have been helping patients in York get access to diagnostic testing quicker and more conviniently.