Carillion has announced it will continue to provide total facilities management services to Land Registry for an additional two years on its current five-year contract following approval by the Cabinet Office.
Carillion was first awarded the TFM deal in 2011, when the contract to serve the Land Registry’s estate portfolio was outsourced, forming part of the new Government Framework to allow for consistency, efficiency and added value from service delivery. Carillion will now continue to provide facilities services including hard and soft FM and health and safety management to Land Registry until 2018.
Keith Mitchinson, Carillion account director for Land Registry, commented:
“We are delighted to continue our partnership with Land Registry for a further two years. The contract is an excellent example of our partnership approach bringing together the strengths of both organisations to really benefit the Land Registry and its staff.”
Nick Head, head of facilities management at Land Registry added:
“We are pleased to secure an extension on this contract and will continue to work together to improve our service delivery and drive efficiency through innovative solutions and pioneering ideas. We have already made a positive impact on both our service levels and our staff and we are working closely with Carillion to continue this moving forward.”