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3. The Role of the Supervisor – Keeping the Peace with Neighbours

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Steve Grayson – ANSA Site Supervisor

Keeping your neighbours informed and happy is a key element of the supervisor’s work – whether we are building a new home in a new estate or a knockdown rebuild. Today, it is very common to have narrow blocks less than 12.5m in some of the new estates so many homes are being built very close to the boundaries.

Similarly, for a knockdown rebuild you will try to maximise your home in the available land which may mean getting as close as possible to your neighbour’s boundary.

Quite often it is necessary to access your neighbour’s property and the first conversation will set the tone for the relationship.

The biggest neighbour’s concern is always damage to property and the impact on their home. I need to win their trust and assure them that ANSA Homes takes full responsibility. We put preventative measures in place such as temporary fencing and make sure that everything is restored to their original condition.

We aim to keep you involved with our conversations with the neighbours but not involve you directly in these discussions with neighbours. After all, they are your neighbours and we need your relationship with them to start well.

1. The Role of the Supervisor - Managing Subcontractors

The role of the supervisor is multi-faceted with the ability to organise and communicate at the hub. It involves having a strong relationship with you, with your new neighbours, council authorities and of course trades and sub-contractors.
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2. The Role of the Supervisor - Keeping You Informed

We have had a chat with Steve Grayson, a super star in the construction industry when it comes building your home. He has been in the industry for decades and like all of our site supervisors, he loves building homes for our clients. Here is what he had to say about keeping you informed through your building journey…
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4. The Role of the Supervisor - Handing Over Your New Home

Without doubt the handover process to a new home owner is the most pleasurable part of a supervisor’s role. There are not too many jobs that you can take a blank canvas and within 6 months build a home fit for a family.
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5. The Role of the Supervisor - First Tasks

We have had a chat with Steve Grayson, a super star in the construction industry when it comes building your home. He has been in the industry for decades and like all of our site supervisors, he loves building homes for our clients. Here is what he had to say about his first tasks when he gets to his site…
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