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Cuts to health & safety red tape a ‘sensible’ starting point

As the Government announced its blitz on health and safety red tape designed to boost business growth, the general response from industry was positive, peppered with calls for further relief from regulations which place an unnecessary burden on businesses.

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Westward selects Lovell for

Lovell has been chosen by Westward Housing Group for a five-year contract to provide responsive repairs and compliance works for its 4,400 homes in the South West of England.

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ISG/Trebor consortium wins

A specialist leisure partnership, which is a joint venture between ISG and Trebor Developments, has scored a major success following its appointment by GLL to a

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Customer announcement – FMJ news RSS feeds to change soon

We will be refreshing our FMJ data site RSS feeds over the next couple of days. Please visit www.fmjdata.com (when your present RSS feed stops) to pick up your new RSS feeds featuring industry news, topical features, editors blog, guest comments, customer product and service launches and company announcements and more. We'll see you on the new feeds soon...

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NHS IT agreement to save the taxpayer over

Savings calculated as being over

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OCS named family business of the year

OCS Group, the total facilities management provider based in Crawley, has been named Family Business of the Year at the prestigious Private Business Awards 2012.

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Interserve preferred bidder for

Interserve, the international support services and construction group, is to provide an extensive range of services to the three NHS Trusts of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (the "Trusts") under a significant new contract with a potential value of up to

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Doncaster Rovers’ stadium kept spotless via

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Lack of workplace responsibility threatens energy saving for SMEs

Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) are missing out on crucial savings because owners and their staff are not taking responsibility for energy efficiency in the workplace, according to new research1 out today from energy company E.ON.

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New squatting laws prompt six-step guidance to protect ‘more venerable’ commercial properties

Vacant property specialist, VPS has issued its response to the recent change to legislation on the prosecution of squatters whilst offering its very own six-point guidance on how to protect a vacant commercial property.

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