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The addition of Vacman underlines our commitment to growing our business in Scotland

Acquisition News: UK’s largest vacant property specialist buys award winning Scottish company

Today VPS, the largest vacant property specialist in the UK and Europe, has acquired Vacman, the award-winning Scottish provider of property clearing and cleaning services.

“We are delighted to add Vacman into our growing business in Scotland.” says Paul Chamberlain, Managing Director of VPS. “Providing services in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dundee, Fife and The Isle of Skye and with 150 experienced members of staff, the addition of Vacman underlines our commitment to growing our business in Scotland.”

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Established for over two decades, Vacman have won many company awards in recognition of their work and the emphasis they place on excellent customer service to Scotland’s top companies and local authorities.

Welcoming the development, Neil Montgomery, Managing Director of Vacman said:

“This is a very significant and exciting day for us and an endorsement of the hard work and commitment of all the staff who have worked for Vacman over the last 22 years. VPS is a highly respected provider of vacant property services around the globe. Together, we remain committed to consistently delivering exceptional quality and value services for all our clients.”

Paul Chamberlain adds: “Vacman has a superb reputation in the market and a long trading history. Their portfolio includes a full range of void property clearance, cleaning and garden services that enables a fast turnaround for landlords and social housing organisations. They are a perfect fit for VPS.”

VPS secure more than 90,000 properties and employ over 1500 staff in 100 locations across the UK, the US and mainland Europe.

Their core services for vacant properties range from risk assessment, clearing, cleaning and maintenance, through to security, monitoring and preparation for re-letting or sale. These services protect properties against unauthorised access and a variety of hazards such as arson, theft and squatting.

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