Home / News

News

Survey finds businesses are looking to expand office portfolios as working patterns evolve

Sixty-eight per cent of businesses expect to be promoting a more regular return to the office by the middle of this year, according to CBRE. The global real estate advisor’s latest EMEA Occupier Sentiment Survey found that from nearly a ...

Read More »

FDIS data finds three quarters of fire doors do not meet UK standard

The Fire Door Inspection Scheme (FDIS) is warning of a “tragedy waiting to happen” after it found that three quarters of the fire doors inspected in the UK by its approved inspectors did not meet the required standard. The data, ...

Read More »

Diamond unveils new national EV division

National maintenance and facilities management firm, Diamond Facilities Support, has launched a new division – Diamond EV Solutions, which will specialise in both the corporate and residential EV charging sectors. Diamond has partnered with some of the leading manufacturers in ...

Read More »

FM firm highlights top ways businesses can reduce energy waste

Following the news surrounding the increasing energy bills for residents in the UK, businesses are also facing a crisis. Corporate energy doesn’t currently have a price cap in the UK, with some suppliers increasing their contract rates by over 120% ...

Read More »

Senior promotions at J S Wright

J S Wright has promoted two highly experienced members of staff to directors. Matthew Coy and David Cook have taken on the positions of Contracts Director and Design & Estimating Director at the Birmingham-based building services company respectively. With 47 ...

Read More »

Jaguar retains Paddington Central deal

Jaguar Building Services has retained its contract at Paddington Central for a further five-year term following an official retender process. The deal will see Jaguar providing M&E maintenance services to British Land’s portfolio of buildings at Paddington Central, including 3 ...

Read More »

UK ‘living crisis’ hits workplaces

A third of white-collar professionals have stated that they are ‘very likely’ to leave their job in the coming months, unless more understanding and assistance is directed toward personal matters which impact their work. According to research carried out by ...

Read More »

FM acquisition and merger rumours

According to a report by Sky News, Clayton Dubliner & Rice (CD&R), a private equity company based in the US is looking to buy and merge facilities management firms Atalian Servest and OCS Group, which between them employ close to ...

Read More »

FM can contribute to ESG agenda finds FMJ Facilities Show seminar

ESG is a massive strategic opportunity for the FM sector but we’ve got to work together as a sector to share best practice. That was a key message of James Bradley, COO – Churchill Group, during the FMJ panel discussion ...

Read More »

Sodexo builds on partnership to tackle food insecurity

The Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation is extending its work with food redistribution charity, The Bread and Butter Thing (TBBT), to help provide nutritious food for thousands of families in the North of England while at the same time significantly reducing ...

Read More »