Shropshire Gas announces contract with Raglan Housing
Shropshire Gas has confirmed it has agreed a planned responsive maintenance repairs program with Raglan Housing Association over the coming years. The contract sees Shropshire Gas service and maintain heating systems in Raglan Properties in their region.
"As part of this agreement Raglan will be one of the first social housing providers to benefit from the new Shropshire Gas+ scheme, which offers tenants an improved service thanks to new technology and support around the clock.
Shropshire Gas Director Thomas Murray said, “We have again been successful and awarded this contract based on the merit of our work and reputation as a high quality and experienced heating service provider. We have developed a strong working relationship with Raglan and we look forward to bringing our Social Housing contract experience from our Severnside Housing and Meres and Mosses Partnerships”
Shropshire Gas Director Jim Walton said, "This partnership between Shropshire Gas and Raglan Housing will have many benefits to its residents. Working with Raglan Housing we have explored ways of adding value to their business, implementing savings and operational efficiencies that help drive down maintenance costs and improve tenant satisfaction. Thanks to the commitment and dedication shown by the whole of our team our client retention rate remains at over 85%”. Adding “From the complexity of churches, schools, sport centres and social housing premises, we have assembled engineers and support staff well versed in large scale private and public sector gas maintenance and installations. Our focus is on continual growth and we will maintain our position as the local experts for repairs and maintenance in private, public and social housing buildings”.