Fisher German Wins £600,000 Contract To Provide Property Services To Sutton End-Of-Life Business
02 February 2024
A leading property consultancy has won a major contract worth around £600,000 over three years to provide comprehensive property services to a leading end-of-life business.
Dignity, which is based in Sutton Coldfield and employs more than 3,500 people, has appointed Fisher German to advise across a range of property services, including commercial and residential property management, lease advisory, valuations, data management, planning, and more.
It operates a nationwide network of funeral directors and crematoria and is an FCA authorised provider of funeral plans.
Fisher German was awarded the contract by Dignity after a competitive tender process across a two-month period.
The contract will see Fisher German manage Dignity’s extensive property portfolio across the UK, including around 725 funeral homes, 45 crematoria, 28 cemeteries, 160 residential properties and 30 commercial properties.
Dan Ballard, Partner at Fisher German, said: “We are really pleased to have been awarded this contract and to work across Dignity’s entire portfolio.
“Our expertise across all areas of the business will be used to help Dignity make the most informed decisions about its property, and to identify useful opportunities for savings and growth.
“We will be creating a dedicated team to handle this contract based out of our new Birmingham city centre office, as well as our existing Worcester office.
“We are looking forward to helping Dignity maximise their assets and providing valuable advice as the contract moves forward.”
Mark Williams, Property & Logistics Director at Dignity said: “As with our other suppliers, we are looking forward to a long-standing partnership with Fisher German.
“Our mutually beneficial relationship will be based on integrity and loyalty and their expertise across a wide range of services will be of great benefit as we seek to grow our business and support an increasing number of bereaved families.”