New building firm Seventh Developments to create jobs on first £2.5m Dromore project

Rowallane Construction MD Jim Campbell with Jamesy Hagan, MD Seventh Developments and Gary Ferris, senior manager Close Brothers
Rowallane Construction MD Jim Campbell with Jamesy Hagan, MD Seventh Developments and Gary Ferris, senior manager Close Brothers

Seventh Developments, a new local building company, has started work on a £2.5 million development in Dromore creating 35 jobs and 21 new homes.

The venture has been founded by Jamesy Hagan, who has over 14 years of experience in new development construction and sales.

“This is Seventh Development’s first project and the team involved in bringing it to life are extremely experienced,” said Mr Hagan.

“As a fresh new company, we have a modern approach to building and we believe that strong partnerships are the way forward as it means homeowners can benefit from a wealth of expertise.

“The development of 21 new homes at Fort Manor, Dromore, will have a mix of apartments, townhouses, semi-detached and detached properties to cater for the needs of both individuals and families.”

Rowallane Construction is the main contractor for the development which is being financed by Close Brothers Property Finance.

“We are pleased to be supporting Seventh Developments in this new venture, which is happening at a time when the economy is in a sustained period of recovery and when demand for family homes is increasing,” said Gary Ferris, senior manager, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

“Our involvement demonstrates our ongoing commitment to the region and the house building sector, where the focus is on delivering high quality housing.

“We look forward to seeing the finished product and continuing to grow our relationship with Jamesy and his team.”