We’ve secured a contract with Clarion Housing Association, Europe’s largest housing association. The £1 million deal involves installation of new doors, windows, kitchens, bathrooms and roofs across 228 properties in Tower Hamlets, London.
The project includes a pilot study, being run Clarion, to encourage agility, innovation and quality within SME organisations and will also create 18 new jobs within one of London’s under privileged boroughs.
Our Managing Director, Conor Bray, said: “We are delighted to have been selected by such a major housing provider to improve the homes of its residents. It shows how our standing in the sector is growing and demonstrates the capability of our business.’’
Dave Bateman, Clarion’s Head of Planned Investment (North London), added: “We’re pleased to be working with DWSS to deliver improvement to our homes. Each year Clarion invests significantly in existing stock and, like DWSS, we’re committed to quality.”
In addition, DWSS and Clarion have committed to deliver over £10,000 worth of social value as part of the initiative. This will include training and employment opportunities for local residents, educational workshops, local community projects and clear up days.