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Heat pumps are key to London’s net-zero ambition
27th August 2020
Heat pumps will play a critical role in tackling emissions from London’s buildings and delivering the Mayor’s 2030 net zero ambitions, according to a new report by the Carbon Trust.
Concern for city centres as spending slows
20th August 2020
The absence of office workers has kept London and other city centres muted and this has to be addressed, according to the managing director of a security provider.
BP considers halving its worldwide offices portfolio
12th August 2020
BP is understood to be contemplating a radical reduction of its estate portfolio as it moves towards more remote working in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
More companies will ‘seek office space in suburbs’
6th August 2020
More companies are looking for office space in the suburbs, according to workplace provider International Workplace Group (IWG).
Covid-19 has ‘exacerbated’ skills gap
29th July 2020
The Covid-19 crisis exacerbated the existing skills gap in the building services sector, but also created new opportunities and accelerated potential solutions, according to the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA).
Report says social value progress is being ‘hamstrung’
28th July 2020
New CBI research shows that there is widespread agreement between business, charities and the public sector on the importance of embedding social value in central and local government contracts.
G4S reports ‘steady’ half-year results
28th July 2020
Support services company G4S has said that its outlook remains steady for the rest of the year.
Strong evidence for the trend towards ‘the end of the office’
27th July 2020
Conference and events company Etc Venues has said there is “strong evidence” that many businesses are planning to give up having offices.
Post-Covid environment will drive demand for flexible office space
15th July 2020
Employees are proving keen to return to the office, reporting that they miss the human and social interaction that the office facilitates.
Q2 reports weakest UK commercial property market performance of the year
15th July 2020
Capital values fell by -0.7 per cent across all UK commercial property in June 2020, according to the latest CBRE Monthly Index.
Think Tank: How is FM becoming a more diverse industry?
9th July 2020
In a IWFM webinar this week, there was discussion about how the profile of a ‘typical FM’ has remained largely unchanged since 1999: a 45-year-old white man who fell into the profession.
Security guards more prone to Covid-19 for ‘complex’ reasons
26th June 2020
Gender, ethnicity, and the nature of the job of a security officer increase the risks that the profession has in exposure to the coronavirus, suggests new analysis.