Liberty has won three new property repair and maintenance contracts worth up to £5.3 million per annum.
This comes just months after successfully securing nine new contracts across its repairs, maintenance, heating and compliance services divisions, in what has been a strong period of growth.
Liberty was successful in securing a £4.2 million contract for one year, with an option to extend for another year, with leading housing association L&Q.
Liberty has been appointed as one of the primary contractors to its interim reactive repairs and voids contract lot 1, covering L&Q’s East and North East regions. Works will include general maintenance to tenanted private and socially rented properties as well as work in void properties to improve their condition and energy efficiency before of being re-let.
National housing association, The Riverside Group, has also awarded Liberty a contract worth up to £500,000 for the North West of England. Liberty will work on Riverside properties in Liverpool, Wigan and Leigh, and the Middleton estate in Langley, Manchester.
The contract is for two years with a possible two-year extension.
The final award will see Liberty work with Onward for 1 year to deliver communal and external repairs for Contour Property Services and Onward’s leasehold portfolio as well as responsive repairs, maintenance and void works for Onward’s market rent portfolio in a contract worth c£625,000 per annum.
Sandy Livingstone, Executive Director of Property, Onward Homes said: “We are delighted again to be working with Liberty, who will provide maintenance services to our valued leaseholders and market rent customers”.
Ray Jones, Managing Director of Liberty, said: "These contracts with L&Q, Riverside Group and Onward will deliver crucial maintenance work to keep their tenants and their homes safe and well maintained and we couldn’t be happier to have been chosen to deliver this work.
"These contracts build on nine new contracts secured last quarter and continues Liberty’s strong period of growth. Liberty is going from strength to strength as a business thanks to the smart and straightforward way of working we pride ourselves on.
"At Liberty, we're dedicated to delivering the highest possible service for customers and building strong relationships with our partners, new and old."
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