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UK office occupier costs on the rise

Commercial and residential real estate consultancy, Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has released its latest Total Office Cost Survey (TOCS) which reveals the prime core of London’s West End remains by far the most expensive UK office location. The survey, which provides ...

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Bartlett Mitchell strengthens leadership team

Independent catering business, Bartlett Mitchell, has appointed Katarina Goodwin to the newly created role of People and Talent Director. The development of the new role comes as the company continues to invest in its people and systems as part of ...

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ENGIE enrols Solent University in district energy scheme

Solent University’s new sports complex has connected to Southampton Geothermal Heating Company’s (SGHC) pioneering district energy scheme after signing a £2.8 million deal with energy and services specialist, ENGIE, over the next 20 years. The SGHC is a working partnership ...

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Artic expands education portfolio in London

Artic has added another Central London School to its expanding portfolio of PPM contracts in the education sector. The Dartford-based hard facilities management services company is working with a new school in the Marylebone area in the heart of Central ...

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CoreNet Global Summit: Workplace design is the single most important thing to millennials

A survey of young leaders in corporate real estate, What Millennials Want From the Workplace, presented at the CoreNet Global Summit in Amsterdam, has revealed that workplace design and flexible working are top priorities. Even as Generation Z enters the workplace, ...

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Mitie’s CFO resigns

Outsourcing company, Mitie, has announced the resignation of its Chief Financial Officer, Paul Woolf.  Woolf  joined Mitie in November 2017 and it is expected that he will leave on 28 January 2020. He has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer ...

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Cordant awarded £30m contract extension with c2c

Train operating company, c2c, which operates and manages stations and trains from London Fenchurch Street to Southend has extended its partnership with Cordant Cleaning awarding a 10-year deal worth in excess of £3 million per annum. The two companies have ...

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Interserve cleans up environmental practices

Interserve Group Limited has adopted a series of improvements to the way its cleaning business runs, resulting in tens of thousands of bottles per year being saved from landfill. The company employs more than 24,000 cleaners across its support services ...

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SWG awarded double ISO accreditation for third year running

International FM software provider, Service Works Global (SWG), has once again been awarded ISO accreditation for its information security and quality management. ISO standards provide world-class specifications for products, services and systems to ensure quality, safety and efficiency. SWG has ...

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CBRE unveils Hana sites in London

Hana, a subsidiary of CBRE Group has announced its first three planned UK flexible workspace locations in London at 70 St Mary Axe, expected to open in late 2019; 245 Hammersmith, expected to also open in late 2019; and St ...

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