SHAW CROSSBASED Rixonway Kitchens has won a £1.2m contract with Nottingham City Homes
The firm will provide over 70 kitchens a week over the next two and a half years, with the kitchen manufacturer providing almost 10,000 complete units in total.
The project will transform around 28,500 homes across the city as part of the Government’s Decent Homes programme.
Paul Rose, chief executive of Rixonway Kitchens said: “We are delighted to be involved with such a significant refurbishment scheme.
“Within a week of signing the contract we were already delivering the kitchens to be fitted, we have gone the extra mile to provide our service quickly to ensure minimum disruption to Nottingham City Homes’ tenants.”
Mark Johnson, Director of Property Services for Nottingham City Homes, said: “We have a multimillion pound programme to bring our properties up to Decent Homes standard, including modernising kitchens.
As part of the contract, Rixonway’s dedicated design team, who are trained in tenant consultation, will visit each home and talk to residents to understand their requirements before producing a full CAD design showing how the finished kitchen will look.
Rixonway is the only UK kitchen manufacturer working solely in affordable and social housing and employs over 450 people at its national HQ on Shaw Cross Business Park.New million pound deal has Rixonway tied up in Notts...