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Workplace sensors reveal office occupancy at highest levels since March 2020

Office occupancy rates have now hit their highest levels since March 2020, according to Freespace, a workplace technology solution that anonymously captures space usage in offices worldwide. Data from Freespace sensors already show an 8 per cent increase in the number of offices returning to work ...

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Chelsea FC extends catering partnership with Levy

  Image CC credit: Mark Larkin – flickr Compass Group UK’s sports and hospitality arm, Levy UK + Ireland, has extended its contract with Chelsea FC as the Club’s official catering partner. As part of the renewed partnership, Levy UK ...

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Adler and Allan grows sustainability offering

Environmental risk reduction specialist, Adler and Allan, has appointed a new Sustainability Manager and launched several new services and strategies to reflect its mission to help clients to understand their environmental impact, decarbonise operations and take positive action towards a ...

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Fire safety concerns in commercial property as incidents see 46% rise

Commercial properties left vacant or unattended throughout the pandemic are likely to have deteriorated over time, creating increasingly hazardous environments. Recent data has revealed that, despite a decline in fatal fire related incidents since 2011, there has been an increase ...

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EQUANS wins 10-year FM and net zero services deal

ENGIE’s services-led business, EQUANS, has won a new 10-year contract worth £97 million with Cheshire East Council. Having successfully worked together for seven years, the new contract will see EQUANS not only deliver facilities management, capital projects and compliance services ...

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Keysource enrols in critical FM services at Leicester University

Datacentre and critical environment specialist, Keysource, has been appointed by the University of Leicester to provide critical data centre facilities management services over a three-year term. This latest contract award builds on an 11-year relationship which started in 2009 when ...

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‘Colossal’ skills drive required for Government’s £650bn Infrastructure Pipeline plan

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has warned that whilst the government’s announcement of a record £650 billion investment in infrastructure projects over the next decade will be a massive boost for the buildings services sector, this will need to ...

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Apleona wins with Electricity North West

Apleona HSG Facility Management UK has retained its contract with Electricity North West for the delivery of cleaning, security and technical maintenance services. Electricity North West are one of 14 distribution network operators in the UK and are responsible for ...

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Sodexo retains Disability Confident Leader status

Sodexo has had its Leader status in the UK Government’s Disability Confident scheme re-accredited for a further three years. The Disability Confident scheme supports employers to make the most of the talents disabled people can bring to a workplace. A ...

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Novus takes maintenance deal with Leeds City Council

National maintenance and build contractor, Novus Property Solutions, has secured a significant contract to deliver essential maintenance works to social housing properties owned by Leeds City Council. The three-year deal, which comes with the option to extend for a futher ...

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