Train4TradeSkills News: New jobs for London contractors as Wilmott Dixon lands £45m Notting Hill deal

Wilmott Dixon have won a £45 million contract to potentially provide repair and maintenance in services in Notting Hill for the next decade.

The Notting Hill Housing Trust has chosen Wilmott Dixon to repair and maintain around 15,000 homes in the area. The contract will start in September and can be extended for up to ten years if it proves to be successful.

This move will create new jobs for plumbing and electrical contractors in London and the Notting Hill area, as well as expanding Wilmott Dixon’s influence in the UK. The company is responsible for repair work on more than 135,000 homes in the UK (the majority of these are in Birmingham), and this helps them get work in the capital, while creating extra jobs.

 

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Posted on July 12, 2011, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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