Donseed’s is being used to record the time and attendance of construction workers on the the next phase of a year masterplan to redevelop the former Pontefract Prince of Wales Colliery site. Harron Homes and Harworth Estates plan to build 89 new homes, in stage four of the scheme, at the former pit, which closed in 2002. More than 150 homes have already been built and occupied on site in the past two years by Avant Homes and Harron Homes, showing the location is popular with local house buyers.
Wakefield Council gave Harworth approval for the redevelopment of the colliery in December 2013. The planned multi-million pound scheme includes the creation of 917 homes, 21,500 sq metres of employment space, retail units, cafes, a medical surgery, community centre, nursery and country park.
Kev Dendy, Marketing and Strategy Director at Donseed says: “This is yet another major development that is making big savings by accurately recording hours worked on site. It’s so easy to overpay by 20 minutes each day through inaccurate paper time sheets but this can add up to thousands of pounds over the duration of a project like this.”