Pinnacle Group has secured a contract win with the largest housing association in the UK, Clarion Housing Group.
The three-year deal , which comes with a possible two-year extension, will see Pinnacle provide cleaning services for properties in its Wisbech, Huntington, Peterborough and Cambridge estates.
As of 8 March 2021, Pinnacle are now providing estates services to 195 sites, including new build flats, low to medium rise flats and a mix of new and pre-established housing estates. It also includes the 17 retirement schemes that Clarion operates in the region.
Services being delivered include regular cleaning and management of the wide ranging and mixed tenure and sheltered sites in Clarion’s Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire portfolio.
Sally Greetham, Clarion Group said: “Having worked with Pinnacle Group in the past, their professionalism and experience gave us the confidence that they were the right group for the job. We have been really pleased with their approach to supporting our residents and working with them to build positive relationships. We look forward to working in partnership with Pinnacle over the next three years.”
Neil Fergus, Pinnacle Group’s Managing Director of Facilities Management, said of the contract award: “It’s fantastic to be awarded this contract, especially during a time where we want to provide the absolute best services to Clarion’s Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire residents. As shown in our work with other housing associations, Pinnacle takes pride in building valuable partnerships with our customers’ teams and ensuring that their residents get the best possible service. We look forward to demonstrating this commitment to Clarion.”
Both Clarion and Pinnacle Group are focused on taking a sustainable approach to housing, and partake in a variety of wider ventures. These include Clarion Futures, the charitable foundation of Clarion Housing Group and Pinnacle People, the group’s social investment arm, which both help get people back to work, develop skills and support with personal financial management.
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