CCG Asset Management is to start the second phase of planned maintenance with Maryhill Housing.
The planned maintenance and plumbing division of the CCG Group commenced year one of the two-year programme in January, when 129 properties at the Cumlodden Estate received new PVCu windows and external doors. Year two comprises of a continuation of these remedial works to an additional 75 properties.
The Cumlodden Estate planned maintenance workstream has been procured via Procurement for Housing (pfh).
Stephen Riley, manager of CCG Asset Management said “Year one of our planned maintenance programme went very well. Our team were diligent in their approach ensuring that the installations were all completed to the highest standard of finish and year two will be more of the same. We look forward to continuing our work with Maryhill Housing as we move into the latter stages of the year.”
Maryhill Housing CEO Bryony Willett added, “Despite the difficulties caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we are delighted that CCG are now able to commence the next phase of this programme. We are very much looking forward to the future and working together with CCG to deliver these improvement works for our customers living in the Cumlodden Estate.”