MCP Environmental are supporting Pennaf Housing Group with a community project that will benefit local residents.
The social landlord provides more than 5,400 homes across six counties and asked for help refurbishing Mold Cricket Club in Flintshire, Wales.
MCP rose to the challenge, donating an asbestos refurbishment survey to ensure any asbestos materials were identified prior to improvements been made including replacing the soffits and wall coverings.
Pennaf Housing Group – Planned Works Resident Liaison Officer, Thomas Bishop said: “We are delighted MCP Environmental donated their services for free to provide an asbestos refurbishment survey to facilitate much needed improvements for Mold Cricket Club. The club is at the heart of the community and without the generous support of MCP and other companies we wouldn’t have been able to carry out the improvements.”
MCP Environmental - Asbestos Surveying Operations Manager, Shaun Dennison said: “We always try to support community projects whenever possible, building on our expertise working for social housing providers across the UK. We are passionate about sports at MCP and wanted to help Pennaf Housing Group and Mold Cricket Club.”