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  • JVs can thrive in 'culture of trust', says reportLocal authorities increasingly look to joint ventures, but their success relies on shared objectives and good governance, according to a report. 25 April 2016
  • BIFM Awards entries close in five weeksEntries to this year's BIFM Awards close on 27 May. 22 April 2016
  • Employers are 'spooked' by labour costsThe latest UK employment figures suggest that employers are spooked by increasing labour costs, according to a spokesperson from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). 22 April 2016
  • Do social enterprises work for you?Do you think initiatives such as 'Buy Social' have potential within your organisation? 21 April 2016
  • CBRE says Brexit fears fail to dent office take-upDemand for office space in London has remained robust through the traditionally quiet first quarter, says global real estate adviser CBRE. 21 April 2016
  • Survey lifts lid on UK workers' views about NLWLondoners are most likely to be more loyal to an employer paying the new living wage, with 58 per cent saying they would be more committed, whereas respondents in the North-West and Yorkshire are least likely to agree, according to a survey. 21 April 2016
  • Devolution could improve public services, says CCSRegional devolution could help public sector FM services become more efficient, according to a spokesman from the Crown Commercial Service. 20 April 2016
  • FM stays buoyant despite uncertain environmentSixty-four per cent of professionals from the UK's facilities management sector describe the FM business environment as positive or very positive, according to findings from BIFM's business confidence monitor. 20 April 2016
  • Impact of wage rise is hard to predict, says reportThe economic impact of paying for the increases in wages resulting from the introduction of the national living wage (NLW) is difficult to predict, according to research by Bilfinger GVA. 20 April 2016
  • Stakeholders 'must exchange ideas' on buildingConstruction currently does not allow for the necessary exchange of ideas between stakeholders in the building process, delegates at the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers' symposium heard this week. 20 April 2016
  • FM procurement process ''hinders public sector outsourcing''The procurement process in FM has become a hindrance to public sector outsourcing, according to Bellrock's Martin Holt. 19 April 2016
  • UK office take-up sees biggest boom since 2008The first quarter of 2016 has witnessed the highest level of office take-up across the 'Big Nine' cities since 2008, amounting to 2.3 million square feet 13 per cent above the five-year quarterly average, says Bilfinger GVA's regional review of office occupier markets. 18 April 2016
  • Cabinet Office sets business a £1bn social taskA £1 billion 'Buy Social' Corporate Challenge to encourage big businesses to procure the services of social enterprises has been launched by the Social Enterprise UK and the Cabinet Office. 18 April 2016
  • All 17 Edinburgh PPP schools 'show faults'Edinburgh City Council has announced that early findings of building surveys shows "evidence of faults across all 17 affected schools" to varying degrees after safety issues forced their closure last week. 15 April 2016
  • Storey is new IoH presidentAlistair Storey, chairman and chief executive of Westbury Street Holdings (WSH), is to become the new president of the Institute of Hospitality (IoH). 15 April 2016
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