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Servest Catering cooks up over half a million pounds of new contracts

Servest Catering has secured over half a million pounds worth of new contract wins across four contracts. Having operated a full catering service for the past five years at Southern Water’s HQ Division in Worthing, Servest Catering has won the ...

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Caterplus wins contract extension with national retirement home firm

Caterplus has won a new wave of contracts with Peverel Retirement, a national retirement property management firm. Peverel manages 1,500 private developments across the UK, where it offers independent living allowing customers to benefit from communal resident lounges, dining, leisure ...

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Mitie capitalises on new business but not new brand!

Mitie has woken up this morning feeling totally reenergised and inspired as it announces a new makeover of the MITIE brand including a welcome (from a journalistic point of view) drop of the capitalisation of its name. Along with the ...

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Government sees red over costly and inflexible IT contracts

The UK government is introducing new spending rules intended to ‘draw the line on bloated and wasteful IT contracts’. The government has published “red lines” for its (information technology) IT contracts to ensure maximum taxpayer value by encouraging competition in the sector, ...

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Vacherin starts year with over £3m of new City business

Specialist caterer, Vacherin, has won two major contracts in the competitive Central London market. The contracts with international law firm, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, and specialist home and business insurer Hiscox, will add a combined turnover in excess of £3m ...

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FM costs under the spotlight in £1.5bn PFI savings initiative

Reviewing facilities management costs is part of a new plan to deliver £1.5 billion savings across the 495 operational Private Finance Initiative (PFI) projects in England. The scheme announced by the commercial secretary to the Treasury, Lord Sassoon yesterday follows pilot ...

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Turner checks in with Servest

After winning several facilities management (FM) contracts with some major hotel chains, FM provider Servest Group has brought in Nick Turner to spearhead the development of Servest’s proposition to the hotel and leisure industry. With back-of-house functions such as cleaning, maintenance ...

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ISS retains while OCS and Cofely gain service contracts at ACC Liverpool

ACC Liverpool has announced a series of new service partner contracts, which extend across BT Convention Centre, Echo Arena and the forthcoming Exhibition Centre Liverpool, opening next year. The venue has confirmed five separate deals, each up to seven years, ...

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Future perfect

Mitie recently released a report
 demonstrating that the FM sector will change dramatically over the next ten years as clients increasingly look to FM for advice on business operations. Martyn Freeman, MD of Mitie FM, discusses the sea of change ...

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Have your say on zero hours contracts

The UK government has launched it’s promised consultation* on controversial zero hours contracts (ZHC); it’s aim, not to stop the practice, but to cut out any abuses of the system. Although the government is not banning the practice, following widespread ...

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