Dear Ashfield District Council,
Please supply summary of any current relationship the council has that would fit the description as being a 'client' of Quarterbridge or Market Asset Management companies as described in their website link below.
Please supply a list of any past such relationship since 2000.
These companies are closely related with shared directors, ownership, website and office address. Your council is one that appears on the list of clients. They describe themselves with the following, 'Our services cover all aspects of developing market businesses.'
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Dear Sir or Madam
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST – Ref No: 005396
Thank you for your email of the 17 March 2020 where you requested
information about our relationship with Quarterbridge.
Quarterbridge were appointed in January 2016 to carry out a Quantitate and
Qualitative report on the Idlewells indoor market to assist with a
background assessment of the market hall. Quarterbridge were appointed
project managers of the refurbishment; the work started on site 28 January
2017, project deadline was November 2017.
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