JTD BUILDING SUPPLIES WIN SHOOTING STARS AWARD Date: 09/11/2017

JTD Building Supplies is the latest winner of Huddersfield Town’s ‘Shooting Star’ business award, created in tandem with club partner Lucas Lee and Partners to recognise excellence in the local area.

Established in 2011 and based in Meltham, West Yorkshire, JTD Building Supplies is a local builders merchants providing building materials and supplies to construction firms, trade customers and DIY enthusiasts across Yorkshire.

JTD Building Supplies has recently acquired a 2-acre site in Brockholes, Huddersfield to help facilitate their expansion and growth plans, with the company looking forward to trading out their new site from April 2018. The new site will have purpose built brand new Offices, Counter, Store and Warehouse with their aim being to double their 9 strong workforce within 12 months of trading.

Tony Sharkey Managing Director at JTD Building Supplies commented:

“It was a very pleasant surprise to receive the call from Huddersfield Town to inform me that JTD Building Supplies had won the ‘Shooting Stars’ award.

“We have an excellent team who all contribute to the ongoing progress and are all very much looking forward to the next chapter in our brand new purpose built premises in Brockholes.”

Chris Lee Managing Director at Lucas Lee & Partners said:

“It’s always great to see other local businesses doing so well, and with the relocation to new premises in the near future for JTD Building Supplies, their success looks set to continue.

“I wish Tony and the team all the best for the upcoming move and hope it all goes smoothly.”

John Williams Commercial Manager – Partnerships added:

“For Tony and the team success has come in a short period from starting out in 2011 to where they will be in April 2018, is a great achievement and they should be extremely proud of their hard work.”

“It’s reasons like this why we run the Shooting Stars Award in association with Lucas Lee & Partners to highlight the excellent businesses we have within our region.”