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GSH UK & Ireland gets new MD

GSH Group, the leading provider of technology-driven energy and facilities management solutions, has appointed Clive Clarke to the position of Managing Director for UK & Ireland.

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GSH Group, the leading provider of technology-driven energy and facilities management solutions, has appointed Clive Clarke to the position of Managing Director for UK & Ireland. He will report directly to John Davy, Group Managing Director.

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Gov’t property unit must man-up to deliver

A new report from the Public Accounts Committee has called for the Cabinet Office's property arm, the Government Property Unit (GPU), to man-up and implement a more centralised approach, which it believes is needed to drive down the costs of running central government office's property estate.

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NG Bailey’s FM division out classes construction arm’s performance

NG Bailey, the UK's largest independent engineering, IT and facilities services provider, has announced its financial results for the year to February 24, 2012 ǃ

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VINCI Facilities win contract to upgrade bathrooms in Redditch

VINCI Facilities has been awarded a contract to supply and install new domestic bathrooms in homes across the Borough of Redditch.

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County Council’s

Norfolk's construction industry and community-led building projects are set to get a huge boost thanks to a new

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Finalists revealed for BIFM Awards 2012

The British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) has announced the finalists for the 2012 BIFM Awards, with headline sponsor Mace.

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Floods and fires biggest risk to properties

Water escaping from burst pipes or leaking taps is the most common commercial property claim, at 36%, according to new research.

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Ohlsson departs IKEA to set up resource alignment consultancy

Helena Ohlsson, the global facility manager for IKEA, the home furniture retailer, is to leave the organisation to set up a strategic resource alignment consultancy with international presence.

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Watch out, squatters about!

A leading international property consultants and chartered surveyors, has called for further clarification in the law and has warned the commercial property market not to be caught off guard, with the introduction in England and Wales of new laws to protect residential properties from squatters. (Squatting has been illegal in Scotland since 1865*).

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