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Harrow Green passes university vetting

28 January 2013

Business relocation specialist, Harrow Green, completed a multi-site move at the University of Liverpool’s School of Veterinary Science (ULSVS)

Harrow Green’s Manchester office was chosen to relocate teaching materials, desktop, operating and laboratory equipment to Fern Grove Veterinary Surgery - the University’s first opinion veterinary practice, and six other locations within Liverpool and the Wirral; as well as the Veterinary library.

The ULSVS is internationally renowned for its small animal and equine teaching hospitals as well as for its farm animal practice. It is the oldest vet school to be part of a university and is consistently ranked at the top of the Times Higher Education and the Independent league tables. Based on the main university campus and at Leahurst in Cheshire, it has 700 undergraduates and 36 post grad students.

Harrow Green, which has carried out a number of relocation projects in the past for the University including the Sidney Jones library, won the business – a competitive tender - after providing the most efficient relocation programme.

John Lord, Harrow Green’s regional manager for the north-west, said: “We are very pleased to have this opportunity to work with the veterinary school. Harrow Green has become widely recognised for its expertise in the higher-education sector, and to have won this contract against intense competition is very rewarding.”

In addition to Manchester, Harrow Green has offices in Leeds, Birmingham, Bristol, Dunstable, Glasgow, London and Norwich. Its locally-based centres, reinforced by its nationwide strength, provide bespoke specialist services for factories, offices, laboratories, hospitals, schools, colleges, libraries and museums, among other types of institution. It became part of Restore plc earlier this year.


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