West London Re-Use Centre heads for Greenford

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L-to-R Graham Raine (Director of Staying First), Wayne Hemingway (Designer) and Bassam Mahfouz (Board member of the London Waste & Recycling Board and Chair of West London Waste Authority)

The London Re-Use Network and Shepherd’s Bush Housing Group have signed an agreement to occupy a SEGRO unit in Greenford.

The pair will take a 36,600 sq. ft. unit at 22 Fairway Drive, to operate the West London Re-Use Centre, which will process hundreds of tonnes of redundant household and office furniture and equipment.

The London Re-Use Network is a network of charities focused on finding new homes for good quality furniture and appliances that are no longer wanted.

Charles Craft of West London Re-Use Centre, comments, “Our new furniture processing centre constitutes an important investment in west London and Greenford by London Re-Use Network and the Shepherd’s Bush Housing Group. We have worked closely with the team at SEGRO to identify the best accommodation and location for our requirements, and we look forward to occupying our newest home in west London”.

Ken Butcher, SEGRO, comments, “We’re very pleased to welcome the London Re-Use Network and the Shepherd’s Bush Housing Group to our well established estate in Greenford. Both organisations provide an excellent service to our local communities in London, and we’re very pleased that they have chosen to join us and the many thriving businesses on the estate”.

The West London Re-Use Centre launched on 5th December 2012.

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