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Europa wins £15 million TFM contract in Brent

Europa has won a new Total Facilities Management contract with a London borough council worth in excess of £15million. Working in partnership with Brent Council for an initial five years, Europa has commenced provision of facilities management services including security, ...

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New London river crossings under debate

Experts will discuss whether there is a need for new river crossings in east London at a seminar held today (9 January) by the London Assembly at City Hall. Members of the public will be able to share their opinions ...

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Business case assures £115m facilities investment at three London hospitals

Around £115 million is to be invested upgrading three hospitals’ facilities serving local people across Barnet, Enfield and Haringey. The funds will improve the facilities at Barnet Hospital, Chase Farm Hospital and the North Middlesex University Hospital. The North Middlesex ...

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Principle conquers London peaks with Shard contract win

Principle Cleaning Services has scooped the prestigious cleaning contract for The Shard at London Bridge Quarter, the new commercial district emerging on London’s South Bank. Principle will work in partnership with London Bridge Quarter Estate Management, the dedicated on-site service ...

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End of an era for London’s historic blue plaques?

English Heritage has announced radical cut-backs to its historic Blue Plaque programme following cuts to its funding revenues. A 34% funding cut in its 2010 spending settlement, promoted the non departmental public body’s commissioners to look at alternative ways to ...

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Two thousand more street trees to take root across London this spring

2,000 new street trees are to be planted across 19 London boroughs this spring. The successful boroughs have been offered funding in the first round of a planting scheme to help deliver the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson’s promise to ...

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Mayor details prospective new property rental standard

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has set out a number of proposals to empower tenants and landlords in London’s growing private rented sector. With almost one in four Londoners living in private rented accommodation and the proportion of households ...

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Norland to RE:FIT London’s public sector buildings

Norland Managed Services has been appointed as one of 13 suppliers in the Mayor of London’s RE:FIT energy efficiency retrofitting framework and will subsequently be applying its successful energy efficiency solutions to public sector buildings across London. Created by the ...

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Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park transformation off to a flying start

The London Legacy Development Corporation and the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) marked the handover of the Olympic Park to the Legacy Corporation by removing the final piece of outer shell from the temporary ...

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National Trust awards its London HQ cleaning contract to Principle

Following its recent move to a new London headquarters, The National Trust has appointed Principle Cleaning Services Ltd as its head office cleaning contractor. The National Trust is a national charity that works to protect historic houses, gardens, ancient monuments ...

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