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Victory Leisure Homes opens new factory in Hull

East Yorkshire-based Victory Leisure Homes has opened a new 200,000 sq ft factory in Hull, tripling production capacity and creating 50 new roles.

Victory has been designing and manufacturing luxury holiday homes for over 10 years and has grown from a small start-up business to a company that employs close to 300 people.

The firm’s existing site in Gilberdyke, East Yorkshire, is still in operation, and £1.5m has been invested in new machinery and technology for its new second site in Hull.

Victory Leisure Homes has tripled production capacity by opening a new factory in Hull / Picture: Victory Leisure Homes


Along with its new 200,000 sq ft factory, Victory has unveiled a new industry-leading construction technique – NoVus technology. Exclusive to Victory, NoVus technology utilises an industry-leading beadless design for exterior and interior walls and ceilings – creating holiday homes that are more structurally sound with improved aesthetics. A year in development, NoVus technology results in a much more solid foundation, with composite floors, improved roofing, flush ceilings and better insulation with an improved energy efficiency.

Gary Corlyon, Victory’s managing director said the firm were “creating more holiday homes than ever before”.

Gary added: “This new construction technique has been one year in the making and represents a significant investment in software and plant. NoVus has enabled us to address customer feedback at the design stage, designing the best product from the outset, rather than building in changes at a later date.

“Completely unique to Victory Leisure Homes, NoVus allows us to create the highest quality products on the market – from solid foundations and flushed ceilings to 100% energy efficient floors in our BS3632 lodges, these holiday homes are a cut above the rest.”

Following the investment, Victory has created 50 new jobs to take its headcount to nearly 300 / Picture: Victory Leisure Homes


James Doyle, chief executive officer, concluded: “Like the rest of the industry, the recent UK staycation boom has meant that our order book is now full for the foreseeable. But we’re certainly not resting on our laurels, and our new approach reinforces our commitment to a sustainable future built on innovation and quality.”

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