Mayor opens new Revilo headquarters

Date published: 15 May 2019

Revilo Homes’ new, purpose-designed premises on Bridgefold Road brought a warm tribute from Mayor Mohammed Zaman.

Mayor Mohammed Zaman performed the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Revilo Group headquarters on Tuesday 30 April and declared: “I feel sure that everyone will be highly impressed with Revilo Homes’ new base - I certainly am.

“It is obviously great to see more investment in the town and you can sense a genuine family feel in the team at Revilo Homes. There is a real positive vibe around Rochdale at the moment, so a big ‘thank-you’ to Revilo for building on that.

“Well done to all concerned and I hope the firm’s success continues long into the future. They can certainly count on our support.”


Mayor Mohammed Zaman with Revilo Group Chief Executive Lee Collins
Mayor Mohammed Zaman with Revilo Group Chief Executive Lee Collins


Several special guests attended the grand opening, including members of Rochdale Council, the Rochdale Development Agency, representatives from the Rochdale Rotary Club, Rochdale Hornets and Paul Dixon, chairman for the Rochdale Ambassador Scheme which Revilo joined earlier this year.

Revilo Group Chief Executive Lee Collins, who founded Revilo Homes in 2017, believes the new premises will not only help to grow the business, but also enhance levels of service, he said: “The business is growing stronger all the time so we decided to develop the head office in order to bring all of our strengths together. 

“Rochdale is our home. We have already created 40 jobs in the area, and we hope to continue to contribute towards the local economy and community.

“People make a business what it is, and our people are local to the area, know the industry and know our customers. It is a matter of personal pride to me that we offer the best possible service and this move can only help us deliver to the highest level.”

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