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London Office Construction Reaches 20-year High
According to the latest Deloitte Real Estate’s London Office Crane Survey, the number of offices under construction in central London has rocketed to a 20-year high with 51 new buildings started in
A Boost for Construction Skills in Kent
East Kent College in Folkestone has secured funding from the South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) to extend its training facilities and help boost construction skills in the county. The fun
Is the Experience of Older Construction Workers Being Wasted?
The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) recently released a report titled: Exploring the impact of the ageing population on the workforce and built environment. Their research suggests that many co
London office development up 18% in six months
According to an article by Mark Wilding of Property Week, office space under development in central London increased by 18% in the last six months of 2015. The figures from Deloitte Real Estate's Lond
LEADER Funding for Rural Businesses
The long-promised government grant funding has recently been approved, specifically for the benefit of rural businesses. We wrote about this programme in May and now that applications have opened, we
Renewable Heat Incentive
"Going green should not cost the earth" said George Osborne in his Autumn Statement. The Chancellor confirmed plans to reform the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) which provides financial incentives to
Maidstone Council Plans for Town Centre Gyratory
Maidstone town council has unveiled plans to show members of the public what the new town centre gyratory will look. The multi-million pound revamp will see two new lanes added which should enable dri
Could new technology kick-start smarter, more flexible working in your workplace?
Technological change has never been more rapid and it is certainly true that choosing the right technology can genuinely transform the productivity of an office by enabling home working and zoning wor
The £450 Office Plant that Unlocked Productivity
It was the moment when a client discovered that they were spending hundreds of pounds per year to rent floor space for a solitary office plant, which sparked a conversation. Whilst they knew instincti
2bn School Building Programme Postponed to 2016
The second phase of the Priority School Building Programme (PSBP) may be delayed for up to nine months. The £2 billion flagship school building programme was due to start in autumn 2015 but procureme