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Partnerships extended to 2012

25 March 2009

Inviron is to continue its partnership with Land Securities, providing M&E services across its London Portfolio until at least 2012.

The partnership, which began in 2007, has grown quickly and successfully, with Inviron now managing over 60 buildings in the capital on behalf of Land Securities. These include Cardinal Place, New Street Square and the most recent addition to its London portfolio, the prestigious Thomas More Square, a 600,000sq ft development in Wapping.

Neil Johnson, general manager, Inviron’s London Business Centre, commented: “I’m proud to say that this continuation of our partnership has come as a result of our understanding Land Securities’ strategy, matching our service to this and therefore, delivering for their clients together.

He continued: “We understand that service plays an important part in our client’s business and Land Securities can be confident that we shall continue to ensure that all the buildings we maintain are kept in optimum condition for their clients.”

Richard Weavers, Head of Technical Management, Land Securities, commented: “When in 2006 we embarked with the London portfolio service partner restructure programme, our main objectives were; customer value, cost certainty, quality service and proactive partnership. I am pleased to say that during our recent negotiations and additional competitive tender Inviron demonstrated all of those original objectives and look forward to continuing our successful partnership.”

Land Securities is the UK’s leading property company, which owns and manages approximately six million square metres of commercial property and provides property services to more than 2,500 private and public sector clients.

In January, Inviron played a significant part in Land Securities achieving a coveted environmental accolade. The Carbon Trust Standard was awarded following a thorough assessment of selected Land Securities’ premises in London. Inviron assisted at the locations chosen for the site-based section of the audit by demonstrating how the properties are managed, as well as outlining initiatives and procedures for saving energy.



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