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  • Brayborne retains and wins contractsBrayborne Cleaning Services has retained two educational contracts with Hampshire County Council. 15/04/2014
  • Constructing the future of FMEditor Martin Read talks of the changing landscape of FM in the construction world. 15/04/2014
  • 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. 10/04/2014
  • Cambian takes healthy interest in caring sectorGra 08/04/2014
  • Applying FMEditor Martin Read explores the possible routes along the technology path for FM in the coming years. 24/03/2014
  • Private sector still cashing in on outsourcingThe coalition government has handed vast swathes of public services over to private sector providers, with some still slated to be shifted out of public hands, writes Graeme Davies. 24/03/2014
  • Government clearly failing to manage contractsThe government is clearly failing to manage the performance of the contracts into which they have entered, according to a select committee's report into the contracting out of public services to the private sector. 21/03/2014
  • Budget 2014: the FM implicationsThis week's Budget has been described as one primarily for pensioners and savers, but there are implications for the FM sector too. 21/03/2014
  • FM growth rising againGrowth in the FM sector grew by almost £2.5 billion in 2013 and is set for more growth this year, according to a market research report published this week. 20/03/2014
  • High retail vacancy rates unlikelyThe retail landscape will need a huge readjustment if vacancy rates soar in the next decade, but it is unlikely to be the Armageddon that has been reported, according to attendees at a roundtable discussing the issue this week. 20/03/2014
  • FM industry needs 'massive change', says reportThe FM industry is under disruptive attack from the impacts of digital technology and needs massive transformative change to adapt, according to a report by a global insurer published last week. 18/03/2014
  • Minimum wage set to riseThe minimum wage will rise by 3 per cent to £6.50 an hour in October, business secretary Vince Cable confirmed this week. 14/03/2014
  • Students want better services, says surveyThe improvement of a university's social spaces and its catering outlets rank as the top two preferences of students, according to a survey by service provider Sodexo. 13/03/2014
  • Merger body gets forward-looking nameA body merging three industry organisations has finally been named The Building Futures Group. 12/03/2014
  • Increase in number of zero hour contractsThe use of 'zero hour' contracts (ZHC) has increased, according to figures published by the Office of National Statistics. 11/03/2014
  • The intelligent supplierFM World editor Martin Read's leader column for our 13 March issue. 11/03/2014
  • Scape to procure new FM frameworkA new national framework with an estimated value of £1billion to £1.5 billion is being procured to support clients in delivering their facilities management requirements. 10/03/2014
  • Embrace new technology to find a USPFMs must innovate to stay ahead of the pack, writes Graeme Davies. 10/03/2014
  • Tough times still ahead for Serco and G4SThe recovery from a 'watershed' 2013 will take time for the service providers, writes Graeme Davies. 10/03/2014
  • SIA delays licensing dateSIA delays licensing date 03/03/2014
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