group Finalists - AA Contractor Awards 2014

On 10th May 2014 Edward and Catherine were invited to attend the AA Road Employee Awards 2014 which was held at the Celtic Manor Resort in Wales.

We were delighted to find out that we had been placed in the top 3 out of all of the contractors looking after 243 zones covering the whole of the UK. 

For a comparatively small company on a small Island we feel this is a fantastic acknowledgement of the hard work that every member of our team puts in.
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Spring 2014

The workshop is nearly finished and is now being fitted out.



Winter 2013

Daniel Bristow, AA Area Manager presents a Certificate of Excellence to our Foreman, Bobby, in recognition of excellent service provided to an AA customer. 


Autumn 2013

During the school summer holidays Shufflebottom Limited has erected our new purpose built building which will encompass a new vehicle maintenance facility, stores, garaging and parts department

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Summer 2013

Our new building is going up!

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Easter 2013

Now the main drains have been put in the wash bay has been installed and is up and running.  The wash bay was purpose built incorporating an approved interceptor sourced from a specialist UK supplier.  All waste water is now separated so that no contaminants can go into the watercourse.

The entire yard area is tanked preventing any pollution into the ground.


11th and 12th March 2013

The snow fell.  Parts of Jersey came to a standstill.  We took an unprecedented number of calls and worked tirelessly to help as many of those in need that we were physically able to. 


After months of hard work we are pleased to announce that planning permission has been granted for the development of an entirely new facility at our St Lawrence HQ. 

Due to our location we have been especially aware of our impact on the environment and have worked closely with Stephanie Steedman of K E Planning in order that our new facility is as environmentally friendly as possible. 

As part of our planning process we have also consulted Mr Nick Armstrong, Arboricultural Officer at Transport and Technical Services and Riva Architects for advice on reducing the impact on the environment both during the works and going forward. 

We will continue to work with Stephanie and Riva Architects throughout all phases of the development as we strive to achieve the eco-active award.

Also, we would like to say a huge thank you to Stephanie Steedman, Carlo of Riva Architects, Mr Nick Armstrong, the Connetable of our Parish - Mrs Deidre Mezborian and the Head Teacher of our neighboring school - Mr Jones, for all of their help and support during the lengthy planning process.

We aim to complete the works in 5 Phases, our timetable specifically set out to avoid noise and site traffic disruption to our local school community at St Lawrence.


Resurfacing driveway, tree relocation, new tree planting



Wash bay, Soakaway, Interceptor, resurface main forecourt



Connection to mains drainage



Demolition and removal of existing workshop (structure to be recycled)

Complete.  The old building has been re-erected and is being used in St Brelade.


Construction of new workshop and staff welfare facility

The Workshop is almost complete.