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Green Goals

From contaminated chemical industry land to a world-class 80-acre training complex, Manchester City’s Etihad Campus has now become a major biodiversity success story thanks to its partnership with landscape and grounds maintenance specialists idverde Built on a former chemical plant, ...

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Mitie to accelerate customers’ net zero journeys with new ‘Plan Zero BoltONs’

Mitie has launched four new Plan Zero BoltON packages, offering simple solutions designed to help customers achieve their net zero targets. The BoltON solutions focus on remote building management (Pulse), solar power (Shine), lighting optimisation (Glow) and electric vehicle (EV) ...

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Workman bolsters ESG team with four new hires

Independent commercial property management and building consultancy firm, Workman, is expanding its ESG capabilities and service provision via four new appointments to its ESG department. The new hires reflect the breadth of specialist expertise now required to effectively deliver the ...

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Premier Support Services in multi-million pound MBO

National property management and service provider, Premier Support Services LTD, has received a multi-million pound investment from Frontier Development Capital (FDC) to facilitate a management buyout (MBO) by its management team. The investment from FDC is part of a deal ...

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Kingspan puts on performance at creative arts building

Situated just a stone’s throw from the historic Canterbury Cathedral, the Daphne Oram Creative Arts Building looks to showcase the best of modern construction with an attractive, highly energy efficient design utilising Kingspan Therma Duct Insulation. Canterbury Christ Church University’s ...

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Evotech first in UK to offer patented AC sanitisation solution

Evotech Air Quality has become the first UK company to offer services using the AIRsana patented solution for the sanitisation of AC & mechanical ventilation equipment. Traditional methods of cleaning air conditioning and ventilation systems entail the use of chemicals and ...

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SMEs want to see the removal of tendering barriers for public sector contracts

As Government gears up for tendering reform, new research carried out by tender training platform, Ultimate Tender Coach, has found over 90 per cent of British SMEs think the public sector should be more accommodating and do more to remove ...

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Clear advantage

Alistair Scott, Founder and Operations Director at IEM explains to Sara Bean why clarity is crucial in simplifying the complexity of estate management Back before the pandemic hit, one of the biggest talking points within the FM sector was addressing ...

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Sodexo donates apprenticeship fund to London Ambulance Service

A £300,000 grant has been awarded to London Ambulance Service by the facilities management and catering firm to fund the training of 10 paramedics and three new emergency ambulance crew. Large businesses such as Sodexo can gift up to 25 ...

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Four members of RICS leadership team step down

RICS’ CEO Sean Tompkins, President Kath Fontana, Interim Chair of Governing Council, Chris Brooke, and Chair of the Management Board, Paul Marcuse have all stood down from their posts following a governance scandal which has thrown the Institute into turmoil. ...

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