A North West housing group’s property services business is continuing to take on the nation with its latest gas servicing contract wins in London, Wales and the Midlands.
Liberty, part of the ForViva Group, has secured new partnerships with Notting Hill Genesis, in London; Unitas in the Midlands; and Wrexham County Borough Council in Wales.
The contracts are said to build on a strong six months for the company, which has already agreed 10 deals worth £17.5 million since the start of this year and continue its national growth.
“Liberty continues to go from strength to strength and these new contracts build on a really successful six months,” said Karen Sloan, managing director for gas maintenance at Liberty.
“We are delighted to be working with Notting Hill Genesis and look forward to building a trusted long-term relationship with them like the ones we already have with Unitas and Wrexham County Borough Council.
“We believe it makes sense to think ahead and take action to prevent issues before they happen, as part of our smart but straightforward approach.
“We are delighted to have the opportunity to do this for Notting Hill Genesis and to continue our partnership with Unitas and Wrexham County Borough Council to ensure that we deliver the highest standards for their tenants.”
In London, the company will deliver a £13.5 million contract to service, maintain and install domestic heating systems for more than 7,000 Notting Hill Genesis homes until 2024, ensuring the safety and efficiency of heating systems for customers.
The business will also be helping to reduce energy bills for customers in the Midlands through a newly secured nine-month contract to install gas boilers across 300 homes with Unitas Stoke on Trent Ltd.
In Wales, Liberty has secured two new contracts with Wrexham County Borough Council. The firm will install central heating, high-efficiency combination boilers and energy efficient radiators in 100 homes on a contract worth more than £340,000 over six months. The new boilers will be more efficient than the ones they replace, reducing the environmental impact of the system and cost of operation for the customers.
Additional environmental benefits will be realised through Liberty’s second contract with Wrexham council, which will see the company service and repair 72 domestic air source heat pumps in a contract worth approximately £150,000 over three years.