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Incentive Moves to Somerset

01 April 2014 | Updated 01 January 1970
Somerset House, the major arts and cultural centre located in London’s West End, has appointed Incentive FM on a new three-year contract.

The estate is run by Somerset House Trust which was established in July 1997 to conserve and develop the Grade 1 listed estates and open the spaces to the public. The site has been transformed into a mixed use space which includes exhibition, event, office and retail facilities.

Under the terms of the deal, Incentive FM will provide cleaning and maintenance services to support the Trust and its tenants, as well the many events that take place on the site. These events include an open-air cinema season, gigs, exhibitions and the world-famous courtyard ice rink running through the winter months.

Paul Catlow, Director of Estates at Somerset House Trust said: “The Incentive FM team will provide a valuable contribution to the Trust’s mission of ensuring an outstanding visitor experience is delivered every day.”

Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Published 01 April 2014


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