Medway Norse expands its council services

1 June 2016 | James Richards

Medway Norse has expanded its contract to supply Medway Council with grounds maintenance services.


According to a recent statement, Medway Norse now provides landscaping, horticulture, grass cutting, sports turf and vegetation management, tree assessments, monitoring and surgery – and fly tipping collection.


Medway Norse managing director Ian Price said: “We are seeing a steady growth in the range of clients we service in Medway and surrounding areas. Our portfolio includes local government, the civil service, schools and academies.”


He added, “In 2015, we made a £2 million investment in equipment… gearing up to provide these new services.”


Under the new agreement, nine members of staff have transferred into Medway Norse from the local council and the previous supplier, “further enhancing service delivery”.


This announcement follows on from a raft of new and renewed contracts for Norse in recent months. It recently extended a three-year contract with Marham Parish Council and has expanded further into Cambridgeshire, with a contract with Burwell Village College. 

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