CASE STUDY; CARAVAN CLUB GETS SPRUCE UP THROUGH COMMUNITY BENEFITS
Scone Camping and Caravanning Club
Site Manager, Simon Hill said:
‘When Perth & Kinross Council first approached to tell us about the Community Benefits programme we jumped at the chance to get involved. The work that’s been carried out has made a big difference and made the whole environment of the park more attractive for our guests visiting the area.’
The club has had difficulty in sourcing contractors to repair fencing and spray weed killer meaning parts of the site looked unsightly and unwelcoming for visitors. BAM Nuttall is committed to delivering a series of community benefits as part as its contract to construct the Cross Tay Link Road project for Perth & Kinross Council and offered to help out.
After an initial survey by the BAM team and its sub-contractors to see what they could do to help the Club, it was decided that renewal of some fencing, gates and some weed killer spraying would make a big difference to the site.
BAM’s landscaping sub-contractor sprayed the site’s driveways with weedkiller and their fencing sub-contractor installed a 10 metre section of new fencing along with metal galvanised gates.
‘Tourism is an important industry for the Perth & Kinross area’s economy so we were glad to help out in making this important accommodation facility look its best for visitors,’ said BAM Nuttalll site agent, Conor Fitzsimmons.