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Despite the weather the steel frame for the last phase of Rivington Court is flying up. ... See MoreSee Less

Despite the weather the steel frame for the last phase of Rivington Court is flying up.

George Moss and Sons Ltd is celebrating the completion of five brand new, state of the art industrial units on its new Rivington Court development at Moss Industrial Estate.

Leigh business, Mclaren Sports Homes, which specialises in bespoke sport homes, race vans and motorhome conversions, are the first tenants to move into the brand-new industrial units on St. Helen’s Road in Leigh.

The move marks the competition of the second phase of building at Rivington Court, which will eventually contain thirteen units of mixed sizes, from 1,000 sq ft up to 11,952 sq ft.

Rivington Court is located right in the middle of the industrial estate and is being built in three phases, the third and final phase is now underway.

Mclaren Sports Homes first moved to Moss Industrial Estate in 2018 at first occupying a much smaller unit, but, due to the rapid growth of the business, it needed more space.

Mclaren’s brand-new premises are double the size, at 4,000 sq ft, and feature three vehicular doors and twice the workshop space, meaning they can work on a larger number of vehicles at the same time. The business has also gained a much bigger office space and larger staff kitchen, to accommodate its growing team, as well as a customer reception area.

Craig Lewis, Director at McLaren Sports Homes, said “Moss Industrial Estate were able to understand the needs of our growing business and find us an Industrial Unit which will allows us to increase our efficiency and gives us the opportunity to grow. We produce high quality, customised motorhome conversions and this modern unit, on a well kept Industrial Estate, reflects really well on our business.”

Sebastian Moss, Director at George Moss & Sons, said “Rivington Court is an exciting new development of industrial units, which can be fitted out to suit the needs of each individual business.

“We take great care of our tenants and want them to stay with us so if we can help them to grow then we will do everything we can to accommodate that. Maclaren Sports Homes is doing incredibly well and we are really pleased that we have been able to
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George Moss and Sons Ltd is celebrating the completion of five brand new, state of the art industrial units on its new Rivington Court development at Moss Industrial Estate.Leigh business, Mclaren Sports Homes, which specialises in bespoke sport homes, race vans and motorhome conversions, are the first tenants to move into the brand-new industrial units on St. Helen’s Road in Leigh.The move marks the competition of the second phase of building at Rivington Court, which will eventually contain thirteen units of mixed sizes, from 1,000 sq ft up to 11,952 sq ft.Rivington Court is located right in the middle of the industrial estate and is being built in three phases, the third and final phase is now underway.Mclaren Sports Homes first moved to Moss Industrial Estate in 2018 at first occupying a much smaller unit, but, due to the rapid growth of the business, it needed more space.Mclaren’s brand-new premises are double the size, at 4,000 sq ft, and feature three vehicular doors and twice the workshop space, meaning they can work on a larger number of vehicles at the same time. The business has also gained a much bigger office space and larger staff kitchen, to accommodate its growing team, as well as a customer reception area.Craig Lewis, Director at McLaren Sports Homes, said “Moss Industrial Estate were able to understand the needs of our growing business and find us an Industrial Unit which will allows us to increase our efficiency and gives us the opportunity to grow.   We produce high quality, customised motorhome conversions and this modern unit, on a well kept Industrial Estate, reflects really well on our business.”
Sebastian Moss, Director at George Moss & Sons, said “Rivington Court is an exciting new development of industrial units, which can be fitted out to suit the needs of each individual business.“We take great care of our tenants and want them to stay with us so if we can help them to grow then we will do everything we can to accommodate that. Maclaren Sports Homes is doing incredibly well and we are really pleased that we have been able to

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Moss Industrial Estate

A two-year sponsorship deal has been struck between George Moss & Sons, owners of Moss Industrial Estate in Leigh, and Leigh Cricket Club

William Moss, the second generation of the Moss family to run the family business, helped to build the cricket club’s old clubhouse and pavilion back in the late 1950s. While his son, Walter, was also a 2nd XI player and later an umpire at the club so it’s very close to the heart of current owner, and fifth generation of the Moss family, Sebastian Moss.

Sebastian paid the club a visit last week to launch the new sponsorship deal, meet the team and see their brand-new shirts, complete with the Moss logo.

Sebastian said: “We are really proud to support Leigh Cricket Club as it’s somewhere my great grandfather and grandfather spent a lot of their time, helping to build the old clubhouse and playing the game so it feels only right to keep that connection going.

“Next year, we will celebrate our 100th year and we have lots of exciting plans in store to mark the occasion and this sponsorship deal is a wonderful way to forge that connection between George Moss and the rich communities of Leigh.”

Mike Brereton, chair of Leigh Cricket Club, said: “We are always delighted to receive the backing of new sponsors for the club but George Moss & Sons is a particularly special sponsor. Not only have they been an important part of the Leigh community for almost one hundred years but the club has a very special connection to the family itself and we are very proud that this has continued through so many generations of the family.”
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A two-year sponsorship deal has been struck between George Moss & Sons, owners of Moss Industrial Estate in Leigh, and Leigh Cricket ClubWilliam Moss, the second generation of the Moss family to run the family business, helped to build the cricket club’s old clubhouse and pavilion back in the late 1950s. While his son, Walter, was also a 2nd XI player and later an umpire at the club so it’s very close to the heart of current owner, and fifth generation of the Moss family, Sebastian Moss.Sebastian paid the club a visit last week to launch the new sponsorship deal, meet the team and see their brand-new shirts, complete with the Moss logo.Sebastian said: “We are really proud to support Leigh Cricket Club as it’s somewhere my great grandfather and grandfather spent a lot of their time, helping to build the old clubhouse and playing the game so it feels only right to keep that connection going.“Next year, we will celebrate our 100th year and we have lots of exciting plans in store to mark the occasion and this sponsorship deal is a wonderful way to forge that connection between George Moss and the rich communities of Leigh.”Mike Brereton, chair of Leigh Cricket Club, said: “We are always delighted to receive the backing of new sponsors for the club but George Moss & Sons is a particularly special sponsor. Not only have they been an important part of the Leigh community for almost one hundred years but the club has a very special connection to the family itself and we are very proud that this has continued through so many generations of the family.”

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