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Legal action follows discovery of disturbed asbestos

Refurbishment work carried out on a flat owned by Newham College in Cambridge resulted in an investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) after a...
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Major focus on sustainability expected during next five years,

More than 90% of real asset investors will increase their focus on sustainability over the next five years, according a recent report released by Macquarie...
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Study shows more effort required to replace exterior cladding

Figures released by the Building Safety Programme show the need for more residential facilities to replace flammable cladding on high-rise buildings....
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Progress for BSF fund as it reaches £100m investment level

Designed to support projects ranging from building and regeneration of commercial, industrial and house building, the Building Scotland Fund (BSF) has anno...
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PFM Partnership Awards 2020 categories launched

This year's PFM Partnership Awards categories are now live on our dedicated website and open for applications, with the deadline set for four months' time....
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Discussions on minimum EPCs in non-domestic buildings continues

Following the government's previous changes to legislation for the leasing of non-domestic buildings, discussions are continuing over recommendations for f...
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Mental and physical wellbeing seen as essential by employers

Employers in the manufacturing sector have shown a high percentage of concentration on the mental and physical health of employees, according to a recent s...
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FM drive to raise money to support Australian fire relief

Five UK FM industry bodies have joined together with the aim of raising funds for the Australian Red Cross following the widespread fires around the countr...
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Acquisition of recycling operation extends Enva capability

Recycling and specialist resource recovery solutions provider Enva has announced the acquisition of SAR Recycling for an undisclosed sum....
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Food waste focus set to increase in 2020

There has been a notable increase in attention placed on the issue of food waste, both nationally and globally, with numerous implications for the FM secto...
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Latest BIM survey opens as discussions continue over FM use

Responses to the NBS BIM Survey are being called for, as the initiative celebrates its 10th year of tracking the adoption of building information modelling...
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Living wage to increase by four times inflation rate

Increases for the National Living Wage have been announced by the government, which comes into effect in April....

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Legal action follows discovery of disturbed asbestos

Refurbishment work carried out on a flat owned by Newham College in Cambridge resulted in an investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) after asbestos insulation debris was subsequently found.

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Major focus on sustainability expected during next five years,

More than 90% of real asset investors will increase their focus on sustainability over the next five years, according a recent report released by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA).

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Study shows more effort required to replace exterior cladding

Figures released by the Building Safety Programme show the need for more residential facilities to replace flammable cladding on high-rise buildings.

Read More...

Progress for BSF fund as it reaches £100m investment level

Designed to support projects ranging from building and regeneration of commercial, industrial and house building, the Building Scotland Fund (BSF) has announced it has provided more than £100m to qualifying projects.

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PFM Partnership Awards 2020 categories launched

This year's PFM Partnership Awards categories are now live on our dedicated website and open for applications, with the deadline set for four months' time.

Read More...

Discussions on minimum EPCs in non-domestic buildings continues

Following the government's previous changes to legislation for the leasing of non-domestic buildings, discussions are continuing over recommendations for further changes within the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES).

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Mental and physical wellbeing seen as essential by employers

Employers in the manufacturing sector have shown a high percentage of concentration on the mental and physical health of employees, according to a recent survey.

Read More...

FM drive to raise money to support Australian fire relief

Five UK FM industry bodies have joined together with the aim of raising funds for the Australian Red Cross following the widespread fires around the country.

Read More...

Acquisition of recycling operation extends Enva capability

Recycling and specialist resource recovery solutions provider Enva has announced the acquisition of SAR Recycling for an undisclosed sum.

Read More...

Food waste focus set to increase in 2020

There has been a notable increase in attention placed on the issue of food waste, both nationally and globally, with numerous implications for the FM sector.

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Latest BIM survey opens as discussions continue over FM use

Responses to the NBS BIM Survey are being called for, as the initiative celebrates its 10th year of tracking the adoption of building information modelling.

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Living wage to increase by four times inflation rate

Increases for the National Living Wage have been announced by the government, which comes into effect in April.

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Edinburgh legionella investigation details revealed

Despite spending thousands of hours investigating the outbreak of Legionnaire's Disease in Edinburgh in 2012, no conclusive results were discovered.

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University hydrogen trial shows potential for gas grid carbon savings

Keele University has reported a successful trial in the use of hydrogen mixed with natural gas, with the aim of reducing CO2 emissions from heating and catering operations.

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Progress on replacing London's electrical infrastructure reported

Next March will see work begin on the second phase of the London Power Tunnels (LPT2) project to create the infrastructure for electricity transmission cables and replace those currently in use.

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