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Westgrove Group bags £1m in new business deals

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The Westgrove Group has secured over £1 million with contract awards in Yorkshire, Cheshire, Suffolk and Greater Manchester.

The facilities management provider has recently won contracts with The Piazza Centre in Huddersfield, The Arc in Bury St Edmunds, Novelis Recycling in Warrington plus a three-year contract extension with Arcades Shopping Centre in Ashton-Under-Lyne.

At The Piazza Centre, Westgrove was appointed as the chosen partner to provide total facilities management including cleaning, security and planned and reactive maintenance services. With a mix of covered and open-air shopping, this vibrant, cosmopolitan retail destination hosts 35 retail stores.

The Arc contract award includes security, cleaning and ground maintenance services. This shopping destination offers a stunning shopping experience in a market town rich in heritage.

At Novelis Recycling, the largest producer of aluminium beverage can sheet and the world’s largest recycler of used beverage cans, Westgrove haa been awarded the cleaning contract.

The company also successfully retained its contract with Arcades Shopping Centre, managed by Munroe K, for a further three years. The contract covers cleaning and security services in a two-storey shopping centre set in the heart of Ashton-Under-Lyne.

Claire Mckinley Smith, Managing Director at Westgrove said: “We are delighted to welcome over 70 new colleagues into our business and we’re looking forward to working with our new Partners and developing our business relationships further.”

Westgrove provide security, cleaning, maintenance and customer service to shopping centres and mixed-use destinations, corporate offices, business parks, manufacturing and airports throughout the UK. Following a successful 22-year history, the company expanded in 2020 to add hard services to enhance its well-established soft services provision.

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