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Thrive Homes Grounds Maintenance Contract

07.05.2021, 09:39

Thrive Homes Grounds Maintenance Contract

Social and affordable UK housing provider Thrive Homes has awarded Churchill Group business Chequers a contract to provide grounds maintenance services across 104 of its schemes.

 

The contract will focus primarily on the Three Rivers District around Watford. 

 

Thrive is a business built around the importance of the home, providing a foundation that enables individuals and families to build the lives they want. Thrive manages around 5,000 homes throughout Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, and Oxfordshire. The Home Counties provide residents with an ideal mixture of beautiful countryside, excellent leisure facilities, and historic buildings.

James Kelly, Chequers managing director, says: “This is a fantastic opportunity and we’re so pleased to win such a great contract. We look forward to developing a strategic partnership with Thrive and improving the lives of its customers. We want to help develop social enterprises, expand with locally based supply chains, and promote employment opportunities to residents. These are exciting times ahead with this contract and we can’t wait to get started.”

Rebecca Handley, relationship management lead for Thrive adds: “Chequers demonstrated a solid understanding of our customers’ needs throughout the tender process. Coupled with their proven experience in delivering quality grounds maintenance services, I have every confidence Chequers will deliver against our fair standards.

“We look forward to working in partnership with Chequers to provide an improved grounds maintenance service for our customers.”

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