Town & Country Cleaning attended the Surrey Chamber of Commerce Property Forum, in association with the Guildford Business Forum and held at the magnificent Guildhall in Guildford.
Hart Brown Solicitors sponsored the event with guest speaker Glenn Delve, Director of FROG Consulting. The main topic presented focused on the need for more common sense in opening up more permitted development in order to make existing commercial property that is fit-for-purpose, as well as residential conversions so badly needed across the country.
The event delegate list included Nikki Nelson-Smith, Deputy Mayor of Guildford Borough Council, Sue Sturgeon, Managing Director of Guildford Borough Council, and Louise Punter, Chief Executive of Surrey Chamber of Commerce.
Lee Turner, Managing Director of Town & Country Cleaning said, “Town & Country Cleaning is a very progressive company and wants to meet like-minded property professionals. The chamber’s property forum is an excellent way to network and get a broader education on latest property industry best practices”.
The Guildford event was a follow-up from the property forum earlier this year held at the WFF’s (World Wild Fund) new headquarters in Woking, which is a state-of-the-art sustainable building. The event included a review of the construction project followed by a tour of the building.
Lee Turner, Managing Director of Town & Country Cleaning said, “The new WWF building is industry leading. It was built by Willmott Dixon Construction with every decision, practice and material implemented with visitor/employee wellbeing and sustainability in mind”.
Town & Country Cleaning has some 65 staff managing +300 customers across both commercial and domestic clients in Surrey, Hampshire and across the south of England. Accreditations include BIFM (British Institute of Facilities Management), British Chamber of Commerce, ISO9001 and insurance to £10m.