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Waste company gets head office approval outside Aylesbury

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Published by the Mix96 News Team at 1:09pm 7th December 2017.

Enterprise Waste Management Group has just had their plan to build a 10,000 square foot head office just outside Aylesbury approved by AVDC.

The group are the company behind Enterprise Skip Hire and Tip A Skip.

In a statement the group said:

Growth has been a constant since the formation of Enterprise Skip Hire in 2012, and with the successful launch and second year of acclaimed sister company, Tip A Skip. This new facility will be the perfect representation of our continued success.

To be situated in the heart of the Enterprise Business Park – the location of our current office and waste transfer station on Wendover Road, Stoke Mandeville – the planned 10,000 square foot office will be a vibrant hub where our forward thinking teams can continue their great work for our ever-growing array of customers, both locally and nationally.

In addition to our day-to-day activities, our new complex will act as a place of inspiration, wellness and togetherness. It won’t just be an office, it’ll be our home away from home.

Mr. Bone, co-founder and director of the group said:

“We believe in investing in people as much as the business, because at the end of the day if it wasn’t for these individuals we wouldn’t be where we are today. Our new complex will feature a state-of-the-art canteen and gym facilities, designed specifically to ensure our people feel real value in coming to work for Enterprise Waste Management Group.”

Mr. Birch, group co-founder and director added “Our aim has always been to stand out and attract the best talent in the waste management industry, the cream of the crop to coin the old phrase, this new development will help massively in that regard.”

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