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Clean sweep for Norfolk’s Torch relay

Kier's environmental services business helped North Norfolk impress, when the Olympic Torch passed through last week by ensuring the region's towns were sparkling clean.

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Olympic dividend signals

The influence of the Olympic Games in attracting new investment to east London has seen two organisations join forces to deliver a

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Only four months before VAT kicks in for listed building refurbs

With the introduction of VAT on listed buildings on 1 October 2012 fast approaching, many owners are frantically trying to complete alteration and restoration work to their listed properties to save thousands of pounds and secure the property_'s future for generations to come.

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Kier Services appoints BDD to drive its FM business

Kier Services has confirmed the appointment of Tony Devenish as business development director for its facilities management business.

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New BIFM Board members confirmed

A number of key British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) Board appointments have been announced at the Institute's Annual General Meeting (AGM) yesterday. This followed voting which took place during a Members' Council meeting held prior to the AGM.

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Shortlist of three for major IT contract

Three companies are in the running to provide a single communications network to more than 20 public services in the South East that could save millions of pounds.

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Compass raises

Compass Group UK & Ireland's support of Cancer Research UK has reached the impressive

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Report shows mixed fortunes for London commercial property market

Figures released by Capita Symonds' Real Estate division show mixed fortunes for the central London markets. Investment turnover was up 21% against the first quarter and development starts saw a marked increase in the first half contrasted against overall occupier take-up which was down 21% on the previous quarter.

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Olympic dividend signals

The influence of the Olympic Games in attracting new investment to east London has seen two organisations join forces to deliver a

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Location remains the dominant driver on European office real estate decisions

Location will remain the most important factor when investors and occupiers make decisions about office space, according to Jones Lang LaSalle Offices 2020 research, but quality is gaining ground.

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