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Mears expands partnership with Accent Housing Group

Brockworth-based Mears Group has announced its is the new repairs contractor in Accent Housing Group's Eastern region.

Mears, which provides support services to the social housing and care sectors across the UK, said it will build on its existing partnership with Accent which overs the North West and Yorkshire/North East.

The business added that Accent share their values and ethical approach, and that the partnership will have fantastic grounding to help the communities in which they work.

Neil Owen, Mears regional director, said: "The Mears team are delighted to extend our excellent relationship with Accent to the East contract and are committed to providing a great service to residents.

"The pandemic means that we start this contract in a challenging environment, but by working together, we will ensure that repairs are carried out safely, and in line with all relevant guidance. We look forward to welcoming our new colleagues and, working with Accent, we hope we can build a relationship not just as a service provider, but also as a local employer and neighbour.

Damian Roche, Accent's director of customer experience, added: "I am looking forward to working with Mears to deliver a first-class repairs service to our customers in the East region. We already work well with Mears in a number of our regions, and I am excited about the opportunities for great customer experience that this new partnership can bring here in the East."

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