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Survey flags lifecycle management as key in BIM4FM integration

Results from a recent survey reveal that facilities managers expect and wish to use Building Information Modelling (BIM) in the future to improve a building’s lifecycle management. When asked how they would like to see BIM supporting facilities management (FM), 75% of ...

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What tenants want

A new global office tenant survey has revealed the top factors influencing overall tenant satisfaction and what this means for future trends in commercial real estate customer service. The publication, “What Office Tenants Want” details the findings of the Building Owners and Managers ...

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Green Deal slowly but surely taking root

While media reports are filled with doom and gloom about the uptake of the coalition government’s flagship energy efficiency initiative the Green Deal, which helps households pay for some of the cost of making energy-saving improvements, with the repayments spread out ...

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Study reveals widespread European support for CCTV

The value of electronic and physical surveillance – and its implications for civil liberties – are controversial topics. The debate about CCTV surveillance in UK towns and cities shows no sign of abating, and this concern was reflected by the Government ...

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Accountability drives action when it comes to building energy efficiency

Global interest in energy efficiency has risen 116 per cent since 2010 new research has found and those who set goals, have been found to be making the greatest strides in reducing energy use. Momentum is also growing for green-building ...

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The shift towards a more mobile workplace continues…

The move to a more mobile workplace, or ‘workshifting’, is now being encouraged at all levels of the business. More than a third of small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) have implemented policies and IT systems to ensure staff work securely in ...

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Service sector output rises at sharpest pace since March 2012

UK service sector activity rose at an accelerated rate during May as new business increased at the sharpest pace for over three years. Furthermore, amid evidence of marginal capacity pressures and with positive expectations for the coming year, companies added ...

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Global banks set to streamline real estate portfolios still count on London

London still remains a likely growth area for the banks looking to consolidate their global estate new research has found. Seventy two per cent of banks with a presence in Central London plan to streamline their real estate portfolios over the next two years ...

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Developers and occupiers upbeat as office construction hits four-year high

With 9.7 million sq ft of office space now under construction – reaching a four-year high and letting activity up on buildings under construction, the findings from a new industry survey find developers and occupiers more upbeat. According to the ...

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Retail continues to struggle as office and industrial occupancy shows signs of recovery

The number of empty shops on Britain’s high streets climbed again during the early part of the year with fewer and fewer businesses looking to open new premises, says the latest RICS UK Commercial Market Survey. During the first three ...

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