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21 October 2016
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Articles on central, European, local

  • Disabled suffer obstacles in accessing public buildingsA lack of access to public buildings and open spaces is one of the concerns raised in the submitted evidence to the Women and Equalities Committee's inquiry into disability and the built environment. 20/10/2016
  • OCS carries on catering for the GLAThe Greater London Authority (GLA) has awarded a minimum six-year catering contract to OCS. 18/10/2016
  • The eternal challenge - sustainability as standardFresh emphasis on social and economic dimensions is making sustainability increasingly important to business - and FM is at its heart. 14/10/2016
  • Building: The case for FMFM in at the foundations: FM's critical role in the construction project cycle. These articles were first published in Facilitate - FM World October 2016. 14/10/2016
  • Half of English councils now part of public property efficiency schemeThe Cabinet Office says 159 councils are joining the next phase of the government's One Public Estate programme. 14/10/2016
  • Defining the degree of FM learningThe Department of Education has just concluded its consultation on proposals for the development of new standards for apprenticeships, including in the FM sector. 12/10/2016
  • Richard Irvin in service with Falkirk CouncilRichard Irvin Energy Solutions has secured a £2 million contract to provide gas and mechanical services to Falkirk Council. 07/10/2016
  • Government Estates framework in tender processThe government has begun a tender process for its Estates Professional Services agreement. 07/10/2016
  • Suez moves to remedy waste collection problems in CalderdaleSuez has said it is working to an action plan to rectify issues concerning its recycling and waste collection services in Calderdale, near Leeds, after the council imposed financial penalties on it. 03/10/2016
  • Government needs evidence-based approach to set NLW, says BCCOne in four businesses have reduced recruitment in response to the introduction of the national living wage (NLW), according to research by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and Middlesex University. 30/09/2016
  • Labour promises a real living wageLabour would introduce a "real living wage" of at least £10 an hour if in power, delegates at the Labour Party heard this week. 29/09/2016
  • Council imposes financial penalties on Suez for missed waste collectionsCalderdale Council is imposing financial penalties on Suez recycling and recovery UK due to ongoing issues with waste and recycling collections in Calderdale. 29/09/2016
  • Arcadis wins £30m contract as part of Wakefield strategic teamWakefield Council has appointed built asset consultancy firm Arcadis to deliver its property and facilities services. 27/09/2016
  • History todayOne of London's most historic building complexes is adopting a thoroughly modern approach to the procurement and organisation of its FM. 22/09/2016
  • Top of the classLucy Black finds that academy schools across the country have been given more responsibility to specify works and maintenance. 22/09/2016
  • The inside storyFM provision in prisons is changing. David Arminas finds that 'performance-based contracts' are the future, while service providers are finding that their measures of success have shifted. 22/09/2016
  • BIFM: twenty years onSeptember 2013 sees the BIFM celebrating quite a milestone its 20th anniversary. It's been a long and fruitful journey, as explained by some of those involved. 22/09/2016
  • Changing channelITV's head of facilities Ian Jones is providing a bespoke FM service to accommodate the needs of three differing working cultures. Martin Read reports. 22/09/2016
  • Zero or hero?The trend towards 'zero-hour' contracts has sparked controversy within the wider UK economy. Here, Nick Martindale assesses the impact of such contracts on the FM industry. 22/09/2016
  • Showing initiativeThe replacement for the Private Finance Initiative, PF2, heralds an entirely new approach to FM for such arrangements. Stephen Holton outlines the changes and their potential impact on the FM industry. 22/09/2016
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