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News : New Contracts Create Jobs Across South East
Berkshire, England, March 30, 2015 -- Two new contracts have led to the creation of new jobs with expanding property management and maintenance provider, DW Support Services.
The Oxford based business, with offices in London and Reading, looks after homes and office space throughout the south east of England.
The first deal is with London housing association, Family Mosaic. It involves the delivery of responsive repairs to homes in the south east of the capital.
The second runs until 2019 and includes day to day responsive repairs, void property works, planned repairs and maintenance and out of hours emergency works for Hastoe homes in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. There is an option to extend this deal for two further years.
As a result, 14 new positions are being filled by the business which already provides work for 300 people maintaining buildings owned by housing associations, councils, government agencies, management companies, schools, universities and NHS trusts.
Said owner of the Fastflow Group, which includes DW Support Services, Neil Armstrong: "This marks a fantastic start to 2015 for the business which has ambitious growth plans. We have remained stable during a change in ownership and are now implementing the resulting expansion plans.
In addition to the latest projects DW Support Services is preparing to commence new schedules of work for existing clients from 1st April. A call centre team provides responsive day-to-day support for clients, delivering responsive repairs while planned maintenance, refurbishment and energy saving solutions are provided to clients.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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About Family Mosaic:
Family Mosaic provides homes to rent and buy, as well as care and support services to thousands of people who need extra support.
Published: Wednesday, April 1, 2015