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RELX expands relationship with JLL

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Global information and analytics company, RELX, has appointed JLL as its exclusive real estate advisor and service provider in EMEA and APAC. The appointment extends RELX’s existing contract with JLL to include brokerage, facilities management, and project and development services ...

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RICS survey suggests majority of workers will return to the office after COVID-19

Up to 80 per cent of workers could return to the office after lockdown, according to FMs questioned for the latest RICS UK Facilities Management Survey. With the UK vaccination programme taking hold across the country, respondents believe employees could ...

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Cushman & Wakefield to review real estate strategy for international law firm

Cushman & Wakefield has been appointed by international law company, Clifford Chance, to conduct a strategic review of its London occupational requirements and to advise on its long-term property strategy. Michael Bates, UK Managing Partner at Clifford Chance, said: “We ...

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MRI Software to acquire Trimble’s Manhattan division

Global PropTech provider, MRI Software, has entered into an agreement to acquire Manhattan, the real estate and workplace solutions division of Trimble based in Sunnyvale, California. The acquisition will extend the range of MRI’s occupier solutions, providing a broader scope of ...

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Knight Frank hires MD to lead expanded FM offer

Global real estate advisor, Knight Frank, has appointed Anthony Watson to head a newly expanded PROMISE facilities management business. PROMISE, the wholly owned subsidiary of Knight Frank LLP which previously provided facilities management and a range of consultancy services for a ...

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Peter Ankerstjerne joins Planon as chief strategy officer

Real estate and facility management software provider, Planon Group has appointed Peter Ankerstjerne as Chief Strategy Officer, widening the company’s experience and network within the international workplace and FM market. In his role, Ankerstjerne will be responsible for leading the ...

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Cautious businesses holding back on transforming their work spaces

Whilst businesses across the UK are rethinking the role of the workplace thanks to increased remote working, employees demanding more flexibility and the evolution of smart building features, research from building transformation experts, LMG, has revealed that many are cautious ...

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Unused office space post-Covid could cost London businesses almost £13bn

Unused office space after coronavirus could cost London-based businesses almost £13 billion according to a new report by Space Three Two, a new office timeshare marketplace born out of lockdown. According to a survey of London office workers, employees want ...

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JLL to transform bp’s workplaces across the globe

JLL and bp have signed a multi-year Vested® agreement designed to transform bp’s workplaces across the globe. A Vested® partnership is a highly collaborative, win-win relationship in which both parties are equally committed to each other’s success leading to improved ...

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Should corporate real estate be worried about remote working?

By Ade Labinjo, Co-founder of Breezeful Even before the coronavirus pandemic made it impossible for so many businesses to continue operating from their offices, forcing them to move to remote working or stop operating entirely, there was a clear trend ...

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