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Mears celebrates fresh contract with council

Mears has been appointed by Exeter City Council to deliver its new integrated asset management contract.

The Gloucester-based housing and social care provider will begin the contract on December 1 as it looks to build on a 10-year relationship with the council which has seen repairs to more than 6,000 properties.

The contract follows Mears' appointment to build, manage and maintain Cornwall Council's extra care provision and a deal with landlord services company Aster in Dorset and Somerset.

Chief operating officer Colin Middlemass said: "The Mears team is delighted to extend our excellent relationship with Exeter City Council and comes at a time when Mears has strengthened its position across the South West."

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