A Star Performer in the Chamber of Commerce Awards
Perth-based Castlecroft Securities has scooped two awards in the Perthshire Chamber of Commerce Business Star Awards announced at a glittering awards ceremony at Crieff Hydro Hotel on 22nd November.
Castlecroft is one of Scotland's leading providers of high quality serviced office, business office and industrial premises as well as owning Scotloo (portable toilets for events and construction), Scotbox (mobile site accommodation) and Keepsafe Storage Centres (secure self storage). The company won the Business in the Community Star as well as being highly Commended in the Business of the Year Category.
The Business in the Community Star was awarded on the basis of the work the company has done helping local charities and supporting local business suppliers.
Anne Smith, managing director, Castlecroft Securities said: "Our chairman is over the moon and very proud we have won these awards as it is the first year that the Highly Commended category has been introduced and Castlecroft were delighted to be the first recipient."
She added: "The awards pay tribute to the hard work and dedication of everyone who works at Castlecroft to providing excellent customer service and being committed to contributing something positive to the local community."
Victoria Unite, business manager at Perthshire Chamber of Commerce commented: "The judges felt Castlecroft were worthy winners of this year's Business in the Community Awards as the company and its tenants had made a tangible contribution to the community across a range of areas through providing help and support to local charities not only with goods and services but their time. Not only have the charities benefited but staff at the company have found that it has helped their personal development enormously."
Castlecroft was established in 1984 and now has five office developments in Perth and three in Dundee. In addition, it owns three industrial units in Perth and one in Dundee. In 2007 the company opened its landmark £5 million King James VI business centre on the banks of the Tay in Perth, which has achieved over 80% occupancy within a year of opening.
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