|Headquarters||Welwyn Garden City, UK|
|Key people||Stelio Stefanou, (Chairman)|
Accord was established by Stelio Stefanou in 1999 by a demerger of the John Doyle Group. On 21 September 2007, after eight years of growth, the company was acquired by Enterprise plc for £180m.
Company services included business, environmental, highways, housing and technical services mainly for local authorities. The company had some 50 offices and employed 3,000 people. It even undertook the entire facilities management service for Westminster City Council.
- Doyle plc: History
- Enterprise plc acquires Accord plc
- Rosemary Gordon loses bid for 'pot of gold' from tycoon Stelio Stefanou Metro, 2 December 2010
- Public Service Private Profit, p. 12 Unison
- Secure Citrix remote access for Accord plc
- Accord reveals 22% profits rise Local Government, 1 February 2003
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