Tradeswomen into Maintenance
The Tradeswomen into Maintenance project aims to increase the awareness of trade employment and training opportunities for female trade apprentices and operatives in the social housing building maintenance sector.
New challenges will appear for our clients in the future and Mears will continue to develop innovative solutions to these, working in partnership, as we have always done.
Mears is creating a new and independently chaired Scrutiny Board made up of customer representatives from around the UK to scrutinise, support and hold Mears to account as they seek to raise service standards for all customers.
Partnership working breathes new life into Chineham House
Mears has transformed a dilapidated building in Popley into new homes and a community space for local people in the area.
Mears leading the way for social value in the housing sector
Social Value International – the global organisation that promotes and champions social value – has given Mears Group a Level 1 social value certification for their activity.
Mears Norfolk Celebrate Contract Win
Framework Expansion Demonstrates the Power of Partnership Working. Mears team in Norfolk are celebrating after securing a place on a 10 year contract with Norfolk County Council for a second branch