L-R: Cllr Shadab Qumer with Gemma Voaden and Jacqui Anderson from the Business Growth Hub
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Asbestos survey company to create jobs at new Oldham base

An expanding asbestos survey business has opened a new base in Oldham.

All Survey moved its four-strong team into a unit on Rhodes Street with support from NatWest and now plans to hire two additional staff members.

The company’s new office was officially opened on Thursday (July 27) following a ribbon cutting performed by the Mayor of Oldham, Cllr Shadab Qumer.

All Survey offers asbestos surveys, management plans and training, in addition to energy performance surveys and legionella risk assessments.

Among the firm’s UK-wide customer base are small businesses, housing associations and schools.

Gemma Voaden, surveying director at All Survey, said: “We are on a mission to make properties safe for the people who work and live in them.

“Each job comes with its own issues, which is why we make sure our approach is completely appropriate to the specific location and circumstances.”

She added: “We believe in providing the best value service to meet the needs of our individual clients.”

All Survey has been part of the Entrepreneurial Spark Powered by NatWest accelerator programme, which operates from the bank’s offices on Hardman Boulevard.

Speaking further, Gemma said: “The accelerator programme has been an incredible asset to All Survey as we have developed and grown. The support provided by NatWest and the other partners has been invaluable. Currently recruiting another 2 positions to grow our team.”

NatWest entrepreneur development manager Dale Sidebottom commented: “It’s an exciting time for Gemma and the team at All Survey as they open the doors to their own premises.

“They have been committed to the Entrepreneurial Spark programme and it’s been a privilege to be a part of their journey.”

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