We are delighted to announce Naomi Childe as our newly appointed director of grounds and landscaping. Naomi’s key responsibilities will involve delivering safe, high quality, and on time services for customers whilst developing green spaces for our customers. This will include cyclical grounds maintenance, specialist green space designs and construction, arboriculture services (tree surveys, inspections,
A lot of the social housing companies we work with are keen to explore how to improve the recycling rates among their residents, and with good reason. Recycling has a big impact on sustainability, health and safety, and finances. There are also Government and local council goals to consider. In 2018 the Mayor of
Our MD James Kelly discusses how and why service providers in social housing can support their communities and provide social and economic gains. Read the full article here.
As part of our ongoing commitment to maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene, we are delighted to have partnered with Nordic Chem to use a revolutionary antimicrobial cleaning product. The water-based cleaner forms a long-term antimicrobial coating and is designed to inhibit the growth of microorganisms for up to 90 days after
We take great pride in our community and charity work, which has been more important than ever during the pandemic. A key area of focus for us is our support for the homeless population. We work with a handful of social housing clients and have created a number of partnerships to help homeless people find
The COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest public health crisis that the UK has faced in modern times. Since March, strict social distancing measures have kept most of the population in lockdown and the vast majority of public and private buildings closed to help slow the spread of the virus as well as ease the strain
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn have praised the extraordinary role of cleaners during the Coronavirus crisis in Parliament yesterday. The Prime Minister and the Leader of the Labour Party were taking part in Prime Minister’s Questions when Mr Corbyn paid tribute to the unsung heroes keeping us safe during the outbreak. He added:
A big congratulations to our colleague Cat Kelly who completed a 26 mile trek on the 31st August for the Alzheimers Society. Along with her sister, Cat managed to raise a whooping £1,740 for the charity. The trek started and finished at Hudson’s Field, Salisbury taking in the famous landmarks of Salisbury Cathedral (pictured below)