PSP is delighted to announce we are a Strategic Partner of Wirral Chamber of Commerce.
The Chamber is committed to promoting Wirral as an attractive environment in which businesses can thrive, ensuring it is seen as an area recognised for investment, job creation and economic prosperity.
Mark Davis, Partnerships Director at PSP said: “We are thrilled to be a strategic partner of Wirral Chamber. “The Chamber plays an important role representing the interests of businesses of all shapes and sizes across the peninsula.
“PSP is a property services partner and consultant to Councils across the UK and we are looking forward to contributing and supporting the work of the Chamber over the coming months.”
Patrick Hickey, Senior Project Manager at PSP added: “The Chamber of Commerce plays a vital role representing and enabling businesses on the Wirral, and it’s great that PSP are now a part of the community. Having lived in and around the peninsula for most of my life, I’m keen to see how PSP can work with the chamber & other local organisations and businesses to unlock further growth”
Paula Basnett CEO “We are delighted to welcome PSP to Wirral Chamber as our latest Strategic Partner, joining our exclusive ranks of leading businesses in the region.”
“As a Strategic Partner, PSP will play a leading role in empowering our business community to grow and succeed; utilising their expertise in unlocking land and assets to generate socio-economic profit, improving our communities infrastructure and developing partnerships with our regions local authorities.”
“With thanks to the significant investment secured by Wirral Council from government and the private sector, Birkenhead and the wider Wirral economy is on the cusp of its most significant development in a generation – Now more than ever we need a strong business voice at the heart of Wirral’s economic future. We know PSP will bring the expertise our business communities need to unlock opportunities and overcome any challenges in the future. We welcome their strategic partnership with open arms.”