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Waveney's £120m public services deal

PUBLISHED: 11:08 27 June 2008 | UPDATED: 20:43 05 July 2010

FRONTLINE services in Waveney - including street cleaning, refuse collection, car parking and the maintenance of parks and open spaces - are to transfer to a new company in a deal worth more than £120m, it emerged today.

FRONTLINE services in Waveney - including street cleaning, refuse collection, car parking and the maintenance of parks and open spaces - are to transfer to a new company in a deal worth more than £120m, it emerged today.

Norfolk County Services (NCS) Ltd, a company owned by Norfolk County Council, beat off stiff competition to be awarded the contract to form the new body known as Waveney Norse.

Stephen Ardley, Waveney's portfolio holder for health and well-being, said: “This joint venture company will operate some of the most the prominent, public-facing we provide.

“It was our aim to ensure continuous improvement and sustainability of services and find a partner that shared our objectives of providing a first-class service …”


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