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National Trust appoints Principle

Published 12th December, 2012 by Neil Nixon

National Trust appoints Principle

Following its recent move to a new London office, The National Trust has appointed Principle Cleaning Services Ltd as its cleaning contractor. The National Trust is a charity that relies for income on membership fees, donations and legacies together with revenue raised from its commercial operations. It has over four million members and 61,000 volunteers that protect and open to the public over 350 historic houses, gardens and ancient monuments.

Staff at London based Principle Cleaning will be looking after the new head office building based in Victoria, London which houses upwards of 40 staff. It is an important office as the National Trust’s director-general, chairman and senior management team are all based there. Cleaning, window cleaning and pest control form part of the ongoing services within the contract.

Karen Bird, central office facilities manager at National Trust, said: “With its first class reputation, I have every confidence the Principle Cleaning team will manage the service very well and ensure that the building is always presented at its best. We look forward to a good start and for the whole site settling in to our new premises.”

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