FM - Hard Services

Craig Wilkinson made this Freedom of Information request to Royal Shakespeare Company
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Dear Royal Shakespeare Company,

Could you advise when the current facilities management or hard services (M&E) contract is due to expire and their estimates annual value?

When would expect these to go to market for competeitive tender?

Yours faithfully,

Craig Wilkinson

Royal Shakespeare Company

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