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SitexOrbis responds to Deloitte research on high street vacancies

Research out today from business advisory firm Deloitte reveals that just 20 per cent of high street shops affected by 27 high profile administrations since 2009 are still vacant


AFTER THE FLOODS: Advice on cleaning up

The floods may have subsided in some areas but now comes the really hard - and expensive - work. A property expert offers its views on what property owners can do to make the experience slightly less unpleasant.


SitexOrbis holds series of events with Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

Vacant property management experts SitexOrbis has held a series of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) events in conjunction with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) to advise chartered surveyors about the importance of managing vacant property correctly in order to comply with insurance requirements.


Budget 2013: What those in the FM industry are saying

Good or bad, it seems everybody has an opinion on the budget. Here's a selection of some of those from the FM industry.


Budget 2013: Response from SitexOrbis

Mark Cosh, director of SitexOrbis has responded to the 2013 budget, including the housing, pubs and fuel duty


Survey shows squatting rise

Facilities managers are predicting a sharp increase in squatting in empty commercial buildings, following the law change in September last year which saw squatting in residential properties become a criminal offence.


OFT doesn’t approve of SiteOrbix with VPS

The Competition Commission (CC) announced that it has not approved the completed acquisition of SitexOrbis Holdings by VPS Holdings.


Squatting to become less civil

A new consultation document (that is still open to contributions until October 6th 2011) could lead to squatting being a criminal offence. Mark Cosh looks at the proposals and the consequences


Not a riot for FMs

The riots that started in London last weekend (6th August 2011) and have since spread to many other English cities, have consequences beyond replacing windows!


Rising price of scrap metal contributing to increase in property crime

The Metropolitan Police has revealed that burglaries and robberies are on the rise in London after years of falling crime. In May 2011, compared to the same month last year house burglaries jumped by 18.5% and non-residential burglaries by nearly 9%, with a total of 8,250 burglary offences being reported. The rising price of scrap metal is contributing to the increase, with thieves breaking in to steal copper piping and lead from roofs.


Code5® mobile phone technology from SitexOrbis saves car parking attendant threatened by man carrying seven knives

A female civil enforcement officer was subjected to a tirade of abuse in April this year while issuing a parking notice to a driver who had parked illegally in a disabled bay near Bristol city centre. The man was later arrested and found to be in possession of several knives.


Shift on squatters

The Prime Minister David Cameron on 23rd June 2011 set out the Coalition government’s plans for sentencing reforms which includes a proposal and brief consultation on a criminal offence of squatting which will be introduced in a forthcoming criminal justice bill.


SitexOrbis celebrates launch of intelligent keyless security solution iSecurity with iTRAP MAN, a 21st century tribute to Pac Man

On stand C170 at this year’s Housing 2011 conference and exhibition taking place in Harrogate from 21st to 23rd June, vacant property specialist SitexOrbis is launching iSecurity, an innovative keyless security solution which combines iTRAP, a portable, intelligent alarm with iDOOR, an innovative keyless, remotely programmeable access management system.


SitexOrbis wins two Housing Excellence Awards 2011

Last week SitexOrbis triumphed in two categories at the Housing Excellence Awards held at the Lancashire County Cricket Club. The vacant property specialists took home the Product of the Year and the Customer Service trophies beating more than 30 entries in each category.


Rise in metal theft linked to gas explosions

The dramatic increase in theft of copper and lead from properties over the past year, thanks to a sharp rise in its scrap value, has resulted not only in costly property damage but life-threatening situations.


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