Allied Bakeries

Norwich, Norfolk
Timescale: 13 Weeks

Anglian were contracted to demolish the existing Allied Bakeries factory down to slab and lift the concrete slabs.

Allied Bakeries, based in Norwich, produced well-known household brands such as, Kingsmill, Allinson and Sunbelts, however decided to shut down operations in their Norwich division because too much work was needed to modernise the site to make it viable. Anglian carried out the demolition process, assisted by our asbestos and scaffolding teams. Once the demolition phase was complete, our earthworks division carried out work to prepare the site ready for the 17 new units that were planned.

All departments of the group were involved with this project keeping all aspects of the project in house, aiding with the smooth running and achieving the deadline completion date.

“The teams on site were, as usual, well organised and are a credit to Anglian.”
  • 238.98 tons of general waste removed from site
  • 388.88 tons of scrap metal removed from site
  • 6.68 tons of plasterboard removed from site
  • 55.76 tons of asbestos removed from site
  • 3881.5 tons of crushed concrete removed from site
  • 3428 tons of whole concrete removed from site
  • 406 tons of crushed brick rubble removed from site
  • 2652 tons of whole rubbled removed from site
  • 32372L of red diesel used on site
01953 608050 |