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  • Layng joins PRUPIM's sustainability teamMitch Layng has joined real estate fund manager PRUPIM as portfolio energy manager in the company's sustainability and environment team. 11/08/2011
  • Security resourcesFM World's digest of security news, features and reference material. 09/08/2011
  • Cambridgeshire saves by sharing FMCambridgeshire County Council is targeting £3.6m of savings through a move of its facilities and IT functions to a shared service with Northamptonshire. 04/08/2011
  • Defence sets up £950m training estate dealThe Ministry of Defence is setting up a national prime contract worth between £440m and £950m to manage the armed forces' 240,000-hectare training estate. 03/08/2011
  • JLL takes up HSBC's Africa slotHSBC has appointed Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) as the bank's property manager for the Middle East and north Africa. 02/08/2011
  • Kier cuts jobs at SheffieldKier Asset Partnership Services (KAPS) is cutting up to 40 jobs at Sheffield City Council, where it operates a major property and facilities contract. 28/07/2011
  • Circle offers £1.2bn in contractsCircle Housing Group is looking to fill repairs and maintenance contracts worth £1.2bn across the UK. 28/07/2011
  • Live-in security guardians on the riseLive-in guardians have become a popular alternative to traditional 24-hour security, according to Camelot Property Protection. 21/07/2011
  • M&S convicted over asbestos failingMarks and Spencer and two of its contractors have been convicted for putting people at risk of exposure to asbestos-containing materials during refurbishment work. 20/07/2011
  • Local authorities need help to share assetsThe Local Government Association (LGA) has called on ministers to give councils more financial autonomy, after releasing the initial results of a pilot scheme that examined the shared use of buildings. 19/07/2011
  • MoD to brief FM sector on navy opportunityBetween 30 and 40 facilities suppliers will attend a Ministry of Defence briefing this afternoon to hear details of a proposed major soft FM contract for all south-west England. 14/07/2011
  • Whitehall beats 10% emissions reduction targetCarbon emissions from government headquarter buildings and offices have been slashed by nearly 14 per cent in one year. Prime Minister David Cameron has said. 07/07/2011
  • Carillion eyes half-year profit increaseOperating profit within Carillion's support services division is expected to increase in the first half year, according to group a trading update. 07/07/2011
  • Sodexo wins 10-year deal with GosportSodexo has won a 10-year contract to provide all horticultural services for Gosport Borough Council in Hampshire. 07/07/2011
  • Sodexo eyes local government contractsThe coming year will likely to see some pretty aggressive competition as major facilities suppliers vie for government contracts that have been on hold more than two years. 06/07/2011
  • G4S finalises Birmingham prison staff levelsSecurity provider G4S has pledged to keep redundancies to a minimum at HMP Birmingham once the prison transfers to the company on 1 October. 06/07/2011
  • Reprieve for beleaguered care home groupSouthern Cross, which runs 750 care homes in the UK, has negotiated an agreement designed to ensure that the company remains solvent. 16/06/2011
  • Interserve lands in the driver's seatInterserve has signed a four-year total facilities management contract with the Department for Transport (DfT) worth around £15m over its lifetime. 15/06/2011
  • Chicago and county eye merged facilities managementChicago and the surrounding county are looking to merge their operations - from purchasing and facilities management to revenue collection in order to save £100m annually. 15/06/2011
  • A little horseplay never hurt no oneJust how far should a publican go towards improving an establishment's environment? What are the limits, if any, blogs David Arminas, news editor at FM World. 10/06/2011
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