(PRWEB UK) 23 January 2013
National Car Parks Ltd has always been committed to investing in its estate and improving their customer’s experience. Although the UK is currently in the grips of winter months, NCP are continuing to roll out their improvement plans. Over the last few months the company has removed litter, repaired damage and removed natural debris like leaves.
The Arthur Court car park at Marylebone has a long external staircase that can become blocked during winter months as leaves fall from the trees located nearby. In order to prevent this from becoming a health and safety hazard, NCP has decided to remove hundreds of leaves and some rubbish from the stairway. This was a pain-staking, lengthy process that took a lot of time and effort from just two dedicated member of staff.
Mark Thornett, NCP Product Manager commented on the improvements that took place at the London location. 'As a company we are devoted to ensuring our facilities are of the highest standards and we’re completely committed to improving all areas. It’s surprising the difference these improvements make to the customer’s experience.’
NCP continues to strive to keep car parks clean and tidy throughout the UK.
Founded in 1931, NCP has over 75 years expertise within the parking sector and has more than 600 car parks nationwide. With more choice than anyone else, NCP processes approximately 80 million customer transactions every year and prides itself on recruiting and training staff that are both professional and helpful. The firm also places a strong emphasis on being socially and ethically responsible.