CCG to continue East Lothian maintenance programme
CCG Asset Management has been directly awarded the next phase of East Lothian Council’s planned maintenance programme following on from a successful contract in 2017.
Works consisting of kitchen and bathroom replacements, rewiring, window and door replacements and interior decoration were undertaken to 19 properties in 2017 and the same level of will be undertaken as part of the council’s buy-back programme over a 12-week programme, commencing this May.
A spokesperson from East Lothian Council said: “We are pleased to be working with CCG Asset Management to upgrade second hand properties which have been purchased on the open market to provide much needed homes.”
General foreman John Crompton managed the delivery of the previous contract and will continue to be based at in the region for the forthcoming phase.
He said: “The previous contract that was undertaken for the council was delivered successfully despite the extent of works. Each property is individually regulated by ourselves as well as the client so that we know once the property is complete, it is done so to the highest quality standard.”
CCG Asset Management manager, Stephen Riley, added: “CCG Asset Management was directly procured by the council through the Scottish Procurement Alliance KB3 Framework and were delighted to have been awarded this second phase as a result of our previous successes. We hope to continue our strong partnership with East Lothian as the works progress.”