The multi-year contract will see the business repair and refurbish empty homes to an updated and modern standard for new tenants across the council’s 7,300 properties.
As part of the new contract, the business is committed to supporting the local community. Liberty will offer an apprenticeship for a local young person to kickstart their career and work with the council on community projects that make a positive impact.
Liberty is also committed to caring for the environment and plans to reduce carbon emissions by using electric vehicles.
Bryan Tennant, Regional Director (Repairs and Maintenance and Construction), at Liberty said: “I am thrilled to be partnering with Flintshire County Council. This significant milestone allows us to breathe new life into vacant properties, revitalising them to meet the highest modern standards for the benefit of the council’s tenants.
Together with Flintshire County Council, we embark on a transformative journey. Our shared vision encompasses not only the renovation of properties but also the empowerment of individuals. At Liberty, we are proud to be catalysts of positive change and progress.”
Flintshire County Council’s Chief Officer for Housing & Communities, Vicky Clark said: “We are looking forward to working with Liberty to refurbish our empty housing stock. It is positive that the company is committed to supporting the local community in what will be an ambitious project to bring our void properties up to modern standards and to be able to offer a home for those in need.”
Liberty offers the full range of property services, and its teams are experts in reactive and planned maintenance across all technical disciplines, refurbishments, mechanical and electrical projects, construction, and whole-home decarbonisation.