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Novus Sustain Service Named Approved Supplier for National Frameworks

Novus Sustain Service Named Approved Supplier for National Frameworks
08 November 2022

Property maintenance company Novus Property Solutions is celebrating a series of wins for its Sustain service, having been named as an approved supplier for several frameworks.

The service offers customers assistance in achieving their zero carbon targets across their portfolio, through the contractor’s Centre of Excellence.


Decarbonisation Retrofit Services


The contractor’s Sustain service has been successfully named in the CHIC North Wales eight-year programme, which will see Novus carrying out optimised retrofit installations across properties in the region.

The contractor has also secured a place on the national CHIC Optimised Retrofit Programme for Lot 1 and Lot 5, covering low and zero-carbon retrofit solutions.

Procure Plus, a social housing regeneration consortium, has named Novus in its five-year domestic retrofit delivery programme across the North West. Novus has been successful in Lot 2 and Lot 3, which refer to turnkey programme delivery and installation delivery respectively.

The contractor has also been awarded a place on each of the ten lots within the £500 million Prosper Procurement framework. The two-year framework involves a range of decarbonisation retrofit works on domestic and public buildings across all regions of England and Wales.

Matt Hiley, Executive Director at Novus Property Solutions said: “We’re proud to have been named as an approved supplier for several prestigious frameworks in recent months, further establishing Novus’ position as an expert in decarbonisation retrofit services.

“Our dedicated Sustain service is an important element of our ambitious plans for growth, and has already proven its value for our clients across the housing sector. It offers a partnered approach to an end-to-end service, helping local authorities and housing associations not only complete important net-zero refurbishments but also secure the funding to do so, and we look forward to continuing to grow this vital service.”

Novus Property Solutions was incorporated in 2013 following a restructuring of Seddon Property Services Ltd, a division of the Seddon group formed in 1897. Today, the company operates as an independent trading entity but still under the ownership of the Seddon family.

Picture: a photograph of a person in full PPE working with loft insulation. Image Credit: Novus

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 08 November 2022


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