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Hill ‘obvious choice’ to manage Principle’s top cleaning contracts

Continuing in its expansion, Principle Cleaning Services has recently recruited Simon Hill in the new role of general manager. He will be primarily responsible for the smooth running of prestigious cleaning contracts.

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Lock in your business electricity deals now, says energy specialist

Business electricity users should consider locking into two or three-year energy contracts amid warnings of significant price rises on the way, according to the Energy Advice Line.

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Southampton Airport is ‘world’s first to recycle gum’

Southampton Airport says it has become the first airport in the world to install chewing gum recycling bins in its passenger terminal, further expanding its recycling facilities and tackling gum littering.

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Facilities services giant ISS has welcomed significant new investment of ǫ

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Action to tackle the demographic timebomb in facilities management

Employers have come together to help design new programmes to tackle the demographic timebomb in facilities management.  Companies such as Interserve, ISS UK and UK Sport attended a recent event hosted by FM skills body Asset Skills to help roll out new Talent Management and Higher Level Skills projects.

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EU rules choking off money saving procurement efforts

Tortuous EU procurement rules which are choking off opportunities to save taxpayers' money and promote local growth are in danger of becoming even more convoluted and costly, council leaders have warned.

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Organisations urged have their say on our listed buildings’ future

English Heritage is urging interested parties to participate in a consultation on improvements to listed building consents, which could, it says, have 'significant implications for the management of the historic environment' - the consultation runs until next week.

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Capita preferred bidder for

Capita plc has been selected as preferred bidder by North Tyneside Council to provide wide-ranging property, highways and maintenance services in a partnership designed to deliver both cost savings and improved services to citizens. The core contract is expected to be worth approximately

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MITIE gets creative in the kitchen with new acquisition

MITIE, the strategic outsourcing and energy services company has acquired a 51% stake in Creativevents, the specialist food and drinks company.

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It’s a wrap – sustainable Olympic wrap moves to Rio

When London 2012 wraps up, the iconic fabric "wrap" that surrounds the Olympic Stadium will live on; its textile wrap panels are already slated for recycling and reuse projects in the UK and shelter solutions for at-risk children in Uganda and Rio.

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