After Diana’s association with The Passage her involvement with homeless people extended to Centrepoint. Since 2005 HRH The Duke of Cambridge Prince William took forward his mothers work by becoming the Patron. Centrepoint is the UK’s leading charity for homeless young people they support 9,200 young people every year. They help 16-25 year olds into a safe place to live, give them a health assessment and plan support for their individual mental and physical health needs. Centrepoint provides services for young single parents, young people leaving care and young people escaping violence and abuse. They operate short-stay hostels, supported flats, and services where homeless young people can study and train. A safe place to stay is the foundation from which they can tackle the problems that led them to become homeless. Currently, 88 per cent of young people move on from Centrepoint positively.We have worked with Centrepoint since 2005 and were recently re-awarded the contract in 2017 taking on their London stock, south and north of the Thames. We participate in their fundraising events and a number of our engineers take part in the annual “Sleep Out”, next one being in London on the 19th November 2017.

Ekaya Housing Association was founded in 1987 providing two Lambeth hostels supporting young, single black women living in London. They are a not for profit organisation with over 25 years of experience providing housing and accommodation to predominately black and ethnic minority women and their families in South London.Watret started working for Ekaya in February in 2013 providing all their gas heating requirements with comprehensive management of their out of hours appointments working closely with the client’s other contractors.

Housing for Women is a specialist social Landlord providing secure and safe homes to women and their children across London. Their work enables women to develop their skills and confidence and live independently in the community.Housing for Women is committed to playing an active role in promoting equality and challenging discrimination in all its forms. They will work with partners, staff and residents to ensure that everyone is treated fairly and equally and to promote a culture of tolerance and respect in workplaces and local communities.Combatting violence against women remains a strong focus for H4W and over the years they have developed this provision through the establishment of refuges and support services for particular groups of women.H4W opened their first hostel in Primrose Hill in 1937 and in 1999 saw their first domestic violence refuge open in London. Presently they manage a total of 881 properties.In 2016 our experience of working with vulnerable residents and specialist social housing landlords gave us the edge over our competitors and we were awarded a 3 year contract to maintain H4W’s gas central heating and hot water systems.

 

We offer a secure and confidential service backed up by enhanced DBS checks for all customer-facing staff and workshops relating to the specific requirements of the contract.

After Diana’s association with The Passage her involvement with homeless people extended to Centrepoint. Since 2005 HRH The Duke of Cambridge Prince William took forward his mothers work by becoming the Patron. Centrepoint is the UK’s leading charity for homeless young people they support 9,200 young people every year. They help 16-25 year olds into a safe place to live, give them a health assessment and plan support for their individual mental and physical health needs. Centrepoint provides services for young single parents, young people leaving care and young people escaping violence and abuse. They operate short-stay hostels, supported flats, and services where homeless young people can study and train. A safe place to stay is the foundation from which they can tackle the problems that led them to become homeless. Currently, 88 per cent of young people move on from Centrepoint positively.We have worked with Centrepoint since 2005 and were recently re-awarded the contract in 2017 taking on their London stock, south and north of the Thames. We participate in their fundraising events and a number of our engineers take part in the annual “Sleep Out”, next one being in London on the 19th November 2017.

Ekaya Housing Association was founded in 1987 providing two Lambeth hostels supporting young, single black women living in London. They are a not for profit organisation with over 25 years of experience providing housing and accommodation to predominately black and ethnic minority women and their families in South London.Watret started working for Ekaya in February in 2013 providing all their gas heating requirements with comprehensive management of their out of hours appointments working closely with the client’s other contractors.

Housing for Women is a specialist social Landlord providing secure and safe homes to women and their children across London. Their work enables women to develop their skills and confidence and live independently in the community.Housing for Women is committed to playing an active role in promoting equality and challenging discrimination in all its forms. They will work with partners, staff and residents to ensure that everyone is treated fairly and equally and to promote a culture of tolerance and respect in workplaces and local communities.Combatting violence against women remains a strong focus for H4W and over the years they have developed this provision through the establishment of refuges and support services for particular groups of women.H4W opened their first hostel in Primrose Hill in 1937 and in 1999 saw their first domestic violence refuge open in London. Presently they manage a total of 881 properties.In 2016 our experience of working with vulnerable residents and specialist social housing landlords gave us the edge over our competitors and we were awarded a 3 year contract to maintain H4W’s gas central heating and hot water systems.

 

We offer a secure and confidential service backed up by enhanced DBS checks for all customer-facing staff and workshops relating to the specific requirements of the contract.

65-67 Park St, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL2 2PE

01727 873765
 

All telephone calls to our Park Street office are recorded.

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