Kingdom’s Environmental Protection Division goes from strength to strength in 2015

Kingdom’s Environmental Protection Division has had an extremely successful year which has seen a dramatic increase in the number of local authorities they provide services to, and has concluded with the news that they will start providing services for four new sites over the next two months.

Kingdom’s four newest Environmental Protection clients are London Borough of Hounslow, Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council, Dartford Council ad Woking Borough Council. Kingdom started providing Environmental Protection services in Hounslow on the 14th December, and will start providing services in Doncaster, Dartford and Woking early in the New Year. Kingdom will also be delivering Parking Enforcement Services in Doncaster. All sites will benefit from Kingdom’s embedded administration services and remote back office support depending in their preference.
Commenting on Kingdom’s success during 2015, Kingdom’s Environmental Protection Divisional Director, Michael Fisher, said:

“As news spreads of our service and capabilities we have been able to win four new contracts and have several more in the pipeline that we hope to confirm early in the New Year.

“This brings 2015 to a successful conclusion, during which we have increased our portfolio by bringing thirteen new Local Authorities on board. This is thanks to an amazing effort by the members of the Environmental Protection teams on the sites supported by a small dedicated management support team and a plethora of Head Office services, ranging from Payroll to Human Resources, ensuring a smooth start to all our new contracts.

“We are looking forward in 2016 to not only adding to our portfolio of clients, but also to a diversification of the services we currently deliver.”

Kingdom’s Environmental Protection Division is led by experts with an ex-police and military background. They deliver over 130,000 Environmental Protection hours per annum on behalf of Local Authorities. They issue fixed penalty notices (FPNs) to offenders who are seen breaking the Environmental Protection Act 1990 in streets, parks and open spaces therefore successfully reducing anti-social behaviour. To find out more about Kingdom’s Environmental Protection services, please visit or call 0845 051 7702. Rate this posting:

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