Civicance, Cheshire East Council’s wholly-owned building regulation, planning and land charges company, has snapped up its second award in a month.
Members of the Civicance team received a silver award recognising the innovative approach taken by Cheshire East in remodelling local services.
The award was presented at the eighth annual awards event held by the organisation iESE – Improvement and Efficiency Social Enterprise, highlighting the work of local authorities to reduce costs for the council taxpayer by delivering key statutory services through an arms-length company, generating income and ensuring sustainability going forward.
It recognises how Civicance has helped to reduce costs for the council taxpayer by remodelling council services through an arms-length company, generating income and creating sustainability going forward.
Ian Bunn, managing director, said: “This award demonstrates the commitment of and contribution made by all Civicance employees, who have experienced significant changes to their working practices in order to improve services to local residents.
“The award recognises their achievements within a relatively short period of time and congratulations go to each and every member of staff we employ.”
Only a month ago, Civicance Civicance achieved success at the Land Data Awards, collecting the ‘Best Customer Experience’ award for its services to solicitors and home buyers.