News & Events

Construction Workloads at 20 Year High According to RICS
05/11/2014
A recent press release issued by the RICS suggests that the sharp rise in private housing and private commercial activity has increased construction workloads at the fastest rate in 20 years.
Mote Park Cricket Club
30/10/2014
Logic PM were engaged by Maidstone Borough Council to review the pavilion at the Mote Park Cricket and Rugby Club. The brief was to help the local council understand the potential to refurbish the exi
Apprentice Chris Dembrey Steps into New Role
29/10/2014
Logic PM are delighted to have appointed Chris Dembrey to the role of Project Support Assistant, following his successful apprenticeship.
Scottish Market
29/09/2014
Building.co.uk is reporting that the Scottish property market is primed for an upswing in investment following the rejection of independence in the Scottish referendum.
RICS BIM Seminar
18/09/2014
On 9th September 2014, RICS hosted a seminar on BIM for over 80 construction professionals. The seminar was designed so delegates could learn more about Building Information Modelling and the role of
Logic PM Welcomes Keith Grimley
14/09/2014
Logic PM is Pleased to Welcome Keith Grimley as Business Development Manager - Keith Grimley is the latest addition to the team at Logic PM and we are delighted to welcome him aboard. Keith joins from
KCC Extends Growth Loans Scheme in East Kent
02/09/2014
A growing number of small businesses in the Ashford area are now set to benefit from Expansion East Kent loans. The Expansion East Kent loans scheme, which offers 0% loans to growing businesses, has b
Foreign Investment to Boost UK Economy
27/08/2014
A recent article on the Association for Project Management (APM) website looks at the government claims that the UK economy will be easier than ever to invest in. Published by Dayner Proudfoot on 18th
24 Hours With...
20/08/2014
The latest issue of Thinking Business magazine features an interview with Logic PM Director, Nick Baster.
Escalate Loans
07/08/2014
Kent County Council is looking to boost business growth in Kent by offering financial support to businesses that can demonstrate the ability to boost the local economy. If you are a sole trader, partn