The Norse Group is a national company headquartered in Norwich offering a wide range of facilities management, care and property consultancy services primarily to the public sector. Within the Group, NPS is an award-winning property consultancy delivering high profile, inspiring developments to a range of public and private sector clients across the UK. It offers local delivery supported by national capability, with client services managed and delivered from our network of offices by our technically and professionally qualified staff. The Group is the largest local authority trading company in the UK, with 36 joint venture partnerships with local authorities around the country and a large number of commercial contracts. Group turnover is around £300m and we employ more than 10,000 staff nationwide.
Asset Management, Commercialisation, Environmental Service, Housing
Public Sector Experience
15 years +
Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, East of England, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk, Suffolk
Broadland District Council, Braintree District Council, Broxbourne Borough Council, Cambridgeshire County Council, Central Bedfordshire Council, Colchester Borough Council, Hertfordshire County Council, Ipswich Borough Council, Mid Suffolk District Council, North Norfolk District Council, Norwich City Council, Peterborough City Council, Stevenage Borough Council, West Suffolk Council
We offer multidisciplinary services in Architecture, Building Services Engineering, Surveying, Construction Procurement, Geotechnical, Civil and Structural Engineering, Landscape Architecture, Planning consultancy, Quality Surveying and Cost Management, Sustainable Design. Business Planning, Capital Programme Development, Commercialisation, Estates Management, Housing Development, Interim Capacity and Resilience Resource, LATCs and Public Partnerships In the One Public Estate arena we offer: Programme Management, Project Management, Public Sector Governance, Strategic Asset Management, Strategic Planning and Transformation
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