Willmott Dixon has won a five year contract worth £45 million to provide repair and maintenance services to Notting Hill Housing Trust.
The company’s repair and maintenance specialist Willmott Dixon Partnerships will be responsible for responsive repairs to the Trust’s 15,000 social rented customers.
The contract provides an option for a single five year extension.
Willmott Dixon Partnerships managing director Mick Williamson said: “We are delighted to be given this opportunity to work with Notting Hill in delivering a first-class service to residents.
“We believe Notting Hill’s ‘Altogether Better’ approach to customer service, in which one housing officer works directly with a much smaller group of tenants, is an exciting new model for the sector and we are enthusiastic about being involved in developing and delivering this vision alongside the Trust.”
The new contract takes the total number of domestic properties serviced by Willmott Dixon to over 135,000.
Almost half of these properties are owned by Birmingham City Council with whom the company recently signed a £92m, three year contract extension, together with Mears.
The continuation of the contracts was secured after the companies offered a £6.3m saving for the extension.
The repairs and maintenance contracts will run from October 2012 until September 2015.