ENGIE wins £33m deal with Manchester City Council

The power, regeneration and services business has already been awarded a three-year contract, worth more than £33 million with Manchester City Council, to supply maintenance and repair solutions to over 13, 000 council-owned houses in the populous city.

ENGIE will partner with both Council and Northwards Casing – the not-for-profit ALMO (hands length administration organisation) that oversees council houses across North Manchester to supply a full services for prepared preventative and reactive upkeep, repairs, adaptions and voids.

The agreement will commence on 3 April 2021 and can see the TUPE greater than 100 workers from the incumbent company.

John Haynes, Regional Handling Director for ENGIE United kingdom & Ireland mentioned: “Manchester Town Council and Northwards are usually fully focused on offering safe, energy-effective and affordable houses to occupants and we’re delighted to be helping them within achieving this ambition. 

“TUPEd workers will undoubtedly be fully supported through the entire process and we anticipate offering further teaching and occupations for people in your community as our connection with the Council and Northwards advancements.”

ENGIE includes a solid and set up partnership with Manchester Town Council, already delivering fixes and maintenance providers to a lot more than 400 council buildings over the Town and undertaking a number of regeneration, energy and building efficiency tasks – including EV infrastructure to aid the expansion of these electric fleet.

Cllr Suzanne Richards, Manchester Town Council’s executive associate for regeneration and casing, said: “Fixes and maintenance represent among the key issues for the tenants and it’s important it’s done correct. We anticipate working carefully with ENGIE on the next few yrs to make sure we have something that may react and respond rapidly to issues elevated and deliver a reliable service to inhabitants.”

The agreement includes a six-year maximum expression, a three-year initial time period, with the choice of an additional three-year extension.