Willmott Dixon wins £45m Notting Hill deal

Published:  14 July, 2011

LONDON: Willmott Dixon's repair and maintenance division has won a five-year contract worth £45m with Notting Hill Housing Trust covering 15 000 tenants.

The contract could be extended up to ten years providing responsive repairs across west London.

Willmott Dixon Partnerships managing director Mick Williamson said: "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 means Willmott Dixon is now responsible for over 135 000 domestic properties across the UK.

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