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Enterprise plc
Enterprise plc
was a support services company originally based in Farington
Farington
in Lancashire, England. Its core markets were local authorities and utility sectors. It has recently been integrated into Ferrovial's UK company, Amey plc.

Contents

1 History 2 Operations

2.1 Public sector 2.2 Utilities

3 References 4 External links

History[edit] The Company was established in 2000 by way of a merger between Lancashire
Lancashire
Enterprises (founded in 1983) and ARM Services (founded in 1964).[2] In 2007 a management buyout backed by the 3i investment group took place and the group was removed from the London
London
Stock Exchange.[3] On September 21, 2007 the company acquired the entire stock of Accord plc making it one of the UK's leading companies providing outsourced or partnered services to both the local authority and utilities markets.[4][5] On 21 February 2013, Ferrovial, through Ferrovial
Ferrovial
Services, reached an agreement with international investor 3i to acquire Enterprise, one of the UK's leading providers of services to utilities and the public sector, for a firm value of 385 million pounds (around 443 million euro).[6] Operations[edit] Public sector[edit] A full range of direct, infrastructure and facilities management services were delivered to local authorities across the UK and Enterprise has built a strong track record in the modernisation and transformation of public services. The public sector business was focused on the delivery of local authority services through partnership, joint venture arrangements and traditional term contracts. It has relationships with over 60 local authorities.[7] Enterprise was one of the first private companies to develop a full joint venture company with a local authority Liverpool
Liverpool
City Council, 'EnterpriseLiverpool', delivering the full range of street based services throughout the City. Joint and Strategic ventures also exist with, amongst others, Manchester
Manchester
City Council, Liverpool
Liverpool
City Council, Peterborough
Peterborough
City Council, Wolverhampton City Council, Solihull MBC, City of London
London
Corporation and the London
London
Boroughs of Westminster, Islington, Ealing and Redbridge.

Enterprise Liverpool
Liverpool
van on Hanover Street

The company operated throughout the UK with over 100 offices.[8] The Head office was at Lancaster House in Farington
Farington
near Leyland in Lancashire
Lancashire
and key offices were also located in London, Manchester, West Midlands, Gloucester, Peterborough, Liverpool
Liverpool
and the South West. The company also had operations and relations with local authorities across Wales and Northern Ireland Enterprise had two separate joint ventures to provide services on behalf of the Ministry of Defence.[9] Utilities[edit] Enterprise operated as a facilities and infrastructure service support partner to major utility companies in the water, gas and electricity sectors. Key clients included British Telecom (now known as Openreach), Severn Trent Water, United Utilities, National Grid and UK Power Networks. In the water industry, Enterprise offered a wide range of services for the repair and maintenance of both the clean and dirty water networks and all related asset and facilities management. Enterprise works with, or has worked with, all the major water companies in the UK. In the power and electricity sector the company provided network maintenance services throughout the electricity distribution industry across the UK and in the gas sector the company provided mains and service replacements together with asset and facilities management. References[edit]

^ Sam F. "Mid-year update" (PDF). Enterprise plc.  ^ "History". Enterprise plc.  ^ Enterprise in talks over $947m offer from 3i[permanent dead link] Reuters ^ Enterprise plc
Enterprise plc
acquires Accord plc[dead link] ^ "Acquistion [sic] of Accord". Enterprise plc. Archived from the original on 8 December 2015. Retrieved 4 December 2015.  ^ Sam F. " Ferrovial
Ferrovial
enhances its services business with the acquisition of Enterprise for 385 million pounds (443 million euro)". Enterprise plc.  ^ "Local Government". Enterprise plc.  ^ "Company information". Enterprise plc.  ^ One contract provide the full range of facilities management and FM services; the other provides the full range of housing repair and maintenance services. Carillion, Enterprise win £500m MoD maintenance contract[permanent dead link]

External links[edit]

Official site

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Culture and infrastructure of the Borough of South Ribble

Transport

Blackpool– Liverpool
Liverpool
line Blue Bus of Penwortham Manchester–Preston line East Lancashire
Lancashire
line TransPennine Express Preston park and ride Lancaster Canal Tramroad

Railway stations

Bamber Bridge Leyland Lostock Hall

Disused stations

Farington Hoole Longton Bridge Midge Hall New Longton and Hutton Penwortham Cop Lane Todd Lane Junction

Education

Academy@Worden All Hallows RC High School Ashbridge School Balshaw's Church of England
England
High School Brownedge St Mary's RC High School Hutton Grammar School Leyland St Mary's RC High School Lostock Hall Academy Penwortham Girls' High School Penwortham Priory Academy Runshaw College Walton-Le-Dale Arts College and High School Wellfield High School

Sport

Bamber Bridge F.C. County Ground

History

Cuerdale Hoard Leyland Hundred Samlesbury witches

Business

Enterprise plc

Media

The Bee

Politics

Council elections

1999 2003 07 11

Idle Toad

Constituencies

South Ri

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