Novus offers 24-hour maintenance and repairs service for Riverside homes

  • 3 Feb 2015

Novus’ team complete around 1,000 maintenance and service jobs a month, whilst simultaneously working on 40 void properties

Novus’ team complete over 1,000 jobs in Riverside communities each month, operating in Birmingham, Staffordshire, Leicester, Telford and Derby.

The team work on a responsive basis, offering its service to 4,000 properties that are owned by Riverside. 95% of the workforce are directly employed by Novus.

In further support of the housing provider, Novus makes an annual donation to the Riverside Festival and hosts a competition for tenants.

The company also offers apprentice placements for people living in and around Riverside’s areas.

The apprentice programme has been designed to develop the skills of Riverside’s residents and create employment opportunities for them.

Find out more about Novus Property Solutions’ partner, Riverside

Novus Property Solutions,
PO Box 3279,
Galveston Grove,
Oldfield Industrial Estate,

Phone: 01782 598000
Fax: 01782 598101

Visit Novus Property Solutions' website

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