NSL signs with Oldham for nine year deal

NSL has successfully completed contract negotiations with Oldham Council to secure the contract for parking enforcement and associated services in the borough for at least the next nine years.
news_220_1[1].jpgThe Oldham contract runs until June 2019, with an option to extend for a further five years, with a potential contract value of 16.8 million.

The new contract means that as well as on street enforcement, off street car park management and cash collection services NSL will also deliver Oldham Councils Customer Contact and Notice Processing - with the

processing team transferring from the council to NSL to manage PCN processing.

Regional Manager Trevor Taylor commented: We have operated in Oldham since 2005 and are very proud of the service we have delivered. The fact that Oldham is happy to commit to this length of service speaks volumes for the quality which Contract Manager Chris Aylward and his team deliver day in and day out.

Our Oldham team prides itself on providing an excellent service to the people of Oldham.

Councillor John MCann, Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Environment added: "I am happy that this contract has been agreed successfully. Oldham Council is moving towards commissioning more services and the Council's partnership with NSL is an excellent example of such an arrangement."
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