Denbighshire is located in North Wales and borders fellow TF clients Flintshire County Council, Conwy County Borough Council and Gwynedd Council. The county has a population of almost 100,000 and covers 290 square miles. Large towns in the county include the coastal towns of Rhyl and Prestatyn which are popular tourist destinations. Historical landmarks within the County include the castles of Denbigh, Rhuddlan, Ruthin, Castell Dinas Bran and Bodelwyddan. Denbighshire is also home to one of Britain’s smallest cities, St Asaph.
Following significant financial pressures from reductions in government funding, the Council is committed to its asset management strategy, placing emphasis on managing assets responsibly to ensure value is obtained for the residents and the Council’s wider corporate objectives.
To manage its geographically vast estate and drive efficiencies, the Council has procured our tf cloud system with modules for property, plant, condition survey, asbestos survey, help desk, inspections, estates management, utility, suitability and sufficiency as well as portal access for contractors and other stakeholders.
Tom Booty, Lead Officer of Strategic Assets at Denbighshire County Council comments:
“This new software offers the council the opportunity to work more efficiently with all our property management tools in one place. It offers the functionality we need to help us to monitor and deliver our corporate objectives”.
Mark Wardman, Managing Director of The Technology Forge comments:
“We are thrilled to add Denbighshire County Council to our client base in Wales. The Technology Forge has become the market leader in Wales with 5 of the 6 North Wales authorities now using our software to manage their estates. We believe this is testament to our investment in the Welsh market and our offering of functionality specific to the Welsh Government as well as hosting events specifically for our users in Wales”.