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Leeds Beckett University Awards Relocation Contract

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Leeds Beckett University has selected Business Moves Group (BMG) to deliver relocation and furniture management as it prepares to move to a new campus in the city’s Headingly and Civic Quarter district.

Under the 2-year contract, BMG will support the university with the relocation of buildings from its existing campus, and with redistributing and recycling redundant furniture utilising a structured reporting system which supports the university’s ESG goals by documenting where items of furniture have been delivered or otherwise disposed of.

We were particularly impressed with their account management and the structures they will implement to make the move successful.

Sarah Beckett, category manager for estates procurement at Leeds Beckett University, comments: “We are delighted to be working with Business Moves Group as we begin our work relocating to our new campus buildings.

“We were particularly impressed with their account management and the structures they will implement to make the move successful. We are only a small team that look after a large campus estate, so their integration with us and adapting their practices to suit our situation is extremely promising.”

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“Additionally, their sustainability offering was a key factor in our choice, as we want to make this transition as eco-friendly as possible. BMG’s was the only bid that covered such a wide grasp of the environmental aspects of this work.”

The contract includes an option for a two-year extension.

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