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ASG to provide cleaning and security at North London shopping centre

Facilities services provider Aston Services Group (ASG) has been appointed cleaning and security services provider to Edmonton Green Shopping Centre. The flagship centre owned by Crosstree Real Estate sits inside the M25 in North London and is undergoing a programme ...

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Leading organisations plan to prioritise mental health as employees return to work

The CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) is one of 33 leading organisations including Unilever, Barclays and Santander, that have signed an open letter to The Times newspaper committing to prioritising the mental health of their employees as they ...

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New head of HR at phs Group to lead its people agenda

Hygiene services provider phs Group has appointed a new head of human resources. Mike Winstone joins phs as Group HR director and will champion the firm’s people agenda. His permanent role with phs follows an eight-month stint as contract director, ...

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Kleen-Tex

Kleen-Tex Survey T&Cs The prize draw (the “Prize Draw”) is open to people aged 18 and over who provide their email address after completing the survey. Employees or agencies of KPM Media Limited (“KPM”, “We”) its group companies or their ...

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Arcus FM strengthens its leadership team with new appointments

Tech-led facilities management company Arcus FM, has made two new senior appointments, with the aim of strengthening its top team. Patrick Macdonald has been appointed as the new non-executive Chair and Mark Woods will take up the role of managing ...

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Hybrid home-office working model is changing CEOs long term plans for offices

Over two thirds (68 per cent) of UK CEOs believe there will be an enduring shift towards low density office usage, with the the move towards remote collaboration resulting in long-term changes to office accommodation strategies. This is according to ...

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Workers are showing little sign of getting back to the office

The number of workers heading back to the office has increased in fewer than half of the UK’s biggest city and town centres, new data from the Centre for Cities High Street Recovery Tracker suggests. In central London and Manchester, ...

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Balfour Beatty awarded critical road contract worth £108m on behalf of Highways England

Balfour Beatty has been awarded a £108 million contract on behalf of Highways England to design and build a critical dual carriageway linking the M67 with the A57 in Mottram Moor, Greater Manchester. Forming a key part of Highways England’s ...

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Futuristic ‘Village’ concept launched for military and civil service personnel

The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO), supported by its partner Sodexo, has launched ‘Village’ – a new concept that incorporates one stop catering, retail and leisure facilities at Worthy Down Station in Hampshire. Designed to build community, create connections and foster ...

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Willmott Dixon scores a school’s hat-trick in Midlands

Contracting and interior fit-out group Willmott Dixon has secured a £23.8m contract to deliver enhancements at three schools in Sandwell – Q3 Academy Langley, West Bromwich Collegiate Academy and Bristnall Hall Academy – that will accommodate an additional 990 students ...

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