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Relocation & Churn

Business Moves to relocate Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service

Office and commercial relocation company, Business Moves Group (BMG), has won the contract to manage relocation of the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS), a division of NHS National Services Scotland (NSS) – to its new headquarters in Edinburgh. The ...

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BMG takes on Glasgow’s biggest relocation project

Office and commercial relocation company, Business Moves Group (BMG) has won the contract to relocate the City of Glasgow College to two new sites College’s Riverside Campus and its City Campus. The new £228 million Cathedral Street and Riverside Campus development ...

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Fit for a king

Early last year, retail  specialist Hammerson moved into a new home at Kings Place in King’s Cross. FMJ travelled up to find out about the move as well as the role Lexington’s front of house service had played in ensuring ...

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BSS stakes future in Leicester with flagship HQ opening

BSS Industrial has staked its future in Leicester this autumn with the formal opening of its new flagship HQ in Enderby. The new HQ – BOSS Court – was opened in a ribbon-cutting ceremony in front of staff by managing ...

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Alpine Works opens new offices in Ewell

Growing business made a new base essential, says founder Leading Surrey-based electrical and mechanical contractor has announced the opening of its new offices in Ewell, Surrey, having outgrown its previous base in Sutton. Company founder and managing director John Coleman ...

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Harrow Green makes its move on Wakefield Council deal

Harrow Green has won a two year office relocation contract with Wakefield Council.  The move and storage specialist won the contract following a competitive tender process through the Pro 5 framework agreement. The Pro5 Group represents the five largest buying organisations in the UK: Yorkshire ...

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Moving experience

In recent years many organisations have experienced significant disruption, which has an impact on churn and moves. The FM Index KPI survey, compiled by FMJ and Causeway, looks at the latest figures The FM Index KPI survey has been asking ...

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Making the right move

A business relocation project can be one of the most stressful and unproductive times for any organisation. If executed badly, it can cause the most disruption a company will ever face. Martin Atkinson from PiMS Workspace explains how to make ...

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Something old, something new

With its 1970s European Service Centre in Brighton becoming obsolete, American Express decided to build its successor on the car park next door. Cathy Hayward talks to the team behind the project.  Hen and stag weekends might contribute several million ...

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Too soon to tell whether BBC’s £224m relocation to Salford will deliver value

  The BBC relocated to Salford on time and maintained broadcast continuity, according to a report by the National Audit Office for the BBC Trust. Moreover, the latest estimates show that the final cost of the move phase should be ...

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