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CCG Asset Management has been appointed a major planned maintenance contract by Paisley Housing Association.

The £1.4m works package involves bathroom replacements to 245 residences within the south of Paisley. Procured through pfh Scotland, specialists in procurement services for the social housing sector in Scotland, works are set to commence in September 2023.
CCG Asset Management Manager, Jim Cunningham, said:
CCG Asset Management is grateful for the opportunity to work with Paisley Housing Association. We thank them for awarding us this major contract which, as a result of streamlined procurement through pfh Scotland, we will be ready to commence in September. “Our dedicated site and tenant liaison teams will help ensure quality and customer service are of the highest standard at every stage of the 30-weekprogramme and we look forward to working with the association and tenants very soon.”
Craig Reid, Paisley HA Head Of Asset Management, said:
“We are delighted to be working with CCG again in delivering important component replacements to tenant’s homes. We also praise the effectiveness of the pfh Scotland framework which meant we were able to progress the project to site in a very short space of time.”
Chris McGinn, pfh Scotland Commercial Manager, said:
“PfH Scotland are delighted to be supporting Paisley Housing Association in the delivery of such an important project. Our frameworks offer an efficient, compliant route to market ensuring our Members achieve best possible value, and our end-to-end service ensures that they receive all necessary support and guidance throughout the lifetime of the contract. I look forward to continuing to work closely with both Paisley and CCG to ensure that this programme is delivered to the highest possible standards.”
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