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Broadgate Estates commissioned to manage One Pancras Square

Broadgate Estates has been appointed as the property manager of One Pancras Square, the first speculatively built office building completed at King’s Cross. The property and asset management firm has been appointed by Argent LLP, which developed One Pancras Square ...

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A beautiful find

Moving from a Georgian townhouse in one of London’s most prestigious squares to a 1980s office block near Tower Hill requires careful communication, planning and a commitment to heritage preservation. Cathy Hayward goes behind the scenes of the Royal College ...

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Anabas makes good case for law firm contract win

Anabas has secured a three year contract with the national law firm, Browne Jacobson LLP. The contract provides tailored facilities management services for its Nottingham, London and Birmingham offices. With a focus on delivering an exceptional working environment, the contract ...

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Central government land release initiative welcomed by British property industry

The property industry has welcomed an announcement from the Treasury that will allow communities and businesses to challenge the use of central government land and property, and has praised the government for taking the initiative to speed up the release ...

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Future perfect

Mitie recently released a report
 demonstrating that the FM sector will change dramatically over the next ten years as clients increasingly look to FM for advice on business operations. Martyn Freeman, MD of Mitie FM, discusses the sea of change ...

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Trio predict building data and technology trends of 2014

As we move into a new year, many are questioning what trends will continue or be adopted as facilities and building managers strive to increase the efficiency of their buildings in 2014 and beyond. In this piece, experts from electrical specialist, Schneider Electric, BRE ...

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Occupiers move from pure cost cutting strategies to space efficiencies

 Corporate decision makers are responding to signs of economic improvement across Europe by shifting focus away from pure cost management to focus on delivering the right space for staff, according to the latest annual European Occupier Survey by global real ...

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Plug in for tips to improve your building’s energy performance

With commercial property lettings forecast to pick up and upward pressure on energy prices, energy efficiency will be a key consideration for property owners and managers in 2014. ABBE, an awarding body for the built environment, has put together five ...

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Scheme to stimulate release of public land and property announced

From today, the public will be able to contest the use of central government land and property and apply for its release and subsequent sale. The public sector is an important source of land for development. Independent estimates suggest that ...

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Scottish caterer blends with Centerplate’s heritage offering

Centerplate – the event hospitality provider which acquired and re-branded The Lindley Group in 2013 – has stepped up its expansion plans and strengthened its presence in Scotland by adding Heritage Portfolio Limited, a major provider of private and corporate ...

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