Winner: CCL Solutions

Sponsored by NRL

CCL Solutions, based in Penrith, has a long track record of playing a vital part in major public property and construction projects.
This includes extensive experience of working in partnership with various organisations – including clinical commissioning groups, NHS trusts, community healthcare, schools and private organisations – to address their changing needs to deliver outstanding capital and organisational change projects. These span refurbishment, new-build, expansion and relocation schemes – plus the transformation and integration of service delivery.
Client feedback in 2022 gave CCL an average score of 9.6 out of 10 for overall satisfaction across all of 11 clients surveyed and this excellent work makes it a more than deserving winner of the Professional Services Business of the Year award for 2023.
The business has developed a reputation as being an industry leading specialist in healthcare consultancy across the UK, including through its work with Cumbria NHS partners.
This is reflected in the delivery of a number of key national strategic NHS projects, including the award winning Clatterbridge Cancer Centre in Liverpool and the Northern Cancer Centre in Carlisle, the first new hospital to be delivered as part of the government’s biggest hospital programme in a generation of 40 new hospitals by 2030.

“It’s great recognition for our team and everything they’ve done for the last few years,” said Tim Holliday, director of CCL Solutions.
“As a business we’re focused on our end product, which is making a difference to people’s lives. We deliver healthcare projects and that aids patient outcomes and helps with recruitment and the staffing shortage, so we all get a lot out of that.”
Rebecca Graves, director at category sponsor NRL, said: “A huge congratulations to everyone who made the shortlist for this year’s Professional Services Business of the Year award.
“It’s clear to see that each of them has developed a strong reputation within their fields, which made determining the winner a very difficult job. We’re delighted to see CCL take home the award on the night. They have demonstrated their continued commitment to supporting their clients and delivering their services to the highest of standards.”

Runners up:

Dynamis Training  

Rachael Bell Wealth Management