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Churchill retains JLL deal

Soft services provider, Churchill Services, has won a contract retender with global real estate company JLL.

The new five-year contract award, which comes with an opportunity to extend for a further two years, will see Churchill providing cleaning and additional services across the southwest, southeast and midlands sites for around 120 sites in total, including shopping centres, retail parks, and office buildings.

Churchill first worked with JLL in June of 2015 on the JLL PAM Framework for a five-year contract with the option to extend for a further two years. Covid hit during this time, which led to the contract being extended to November 2021 before Churchill was asked to retender for the contract.

As both businesses have a net carbon zero aim for 2030, the ESG values for both are well aligned. PRISM, Churchill’s workplace hygiene programme, will be a prominent feature in the services, including extended use of PVA cleaning products to reduce single use plastics and introducing sustainably led Metsa products. Churchill will also be recycling equipment when it reaches its end of life, and replacing it with energy efficient equipment, and continuing various social value initiatives for the communities they work in.

James Bradley, CEO at Churchill, said: “We are pleased to be continuing our longstanding strategic partnership with JLL, and continue supporting them in their ESG goals that align with our own. We’d like to thank the JLL team for their support and for granting us the opportunity to continue this great partnership.”

Andrew Neeson, Partnership Collaboration Manager and Deputy Head of PPO at JLL said: “We are pleased to be continuing our work with Churchill for the next five years to keep our properties safe and clean for their users. Churchill has delivered excellence in cleaning as well as its social value programmes over the years, and it’s essential that these standards are continued and improved for JLL’s clients and occupiers.”

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