Public Sector Plc today announces Rushcliffe Borough Council in Nottinghamshire has become its 22nd partnership.
Public Sector Plc creates unique partnerships with local authorities to explore new and innovative ways to deliver property projects that add socio-economic and regeneration benefits to local communities. Using its Relational Partnering model, Public Sector Plc is able to help councils unlock the value within their property assets.
The addition of Rushcliffe Borough Council represents the second partnership for Public Sector Plc in the East Midlands, bolstering its presence in the wider region. The Public Sector Plc Central Team, led by Regional Director David Currie, is based in Birmingham city centre and is already working with seven other councils in the region.
Adam Cunnington, CEO, Public Sector Plc said:
“I am absolutely delighted to welcome Rushcliffe as the 22nd member of our family of partnerships. From the outset it has been clear to us that they are a dynamic and well organised team with a desire to achieve significant benefits for the Borough. We are already looking at numbers of potential projects and look forward to developing and delivering these together through our new partnership.”
Councillor Andy Edyvean, Rushcliffe Borough Council said:
“We’re excited to be working with Public Sector Plc to help us develop our property portfolio and deliver better community outcomes. Their property experience reveals a track record of success, creating new revenue streams for councils and boosting the local communities.”
Public Sector Plc has 22 partnerships with local authorities across the UK, helping to deliver a diverse range of property projects.