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Understanding current business and built environment themes is essential for today's organisations and professionals.
Knowing where to start can be confusing, but this blog can provide a no nonsense awareness to what matters today.
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Monthly Archives: February 2009
Post UPDATE: A twitterleague group has been created at http://www1.twitterleague.com/view_league/181 – this may not be the ideal method in the long run but a good starting point to identify those in FM who use twitter. I can see the definition of facilities … Continue reading
Reading many items and articles on the carbon issues that the built environment faces in the coming years, I have jotted a number of random thoughts in google notebook, which may one day be useful ‘spin’ for example: …almost every … Continue reading
Picked up from Prestonblog, CABE (Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment), a letter of concern to the developers of the Tithebarn scheme for Preston city centre on the PrestonLancs forum, . In the letter they raise concerns that the … Continue reading
Let our Business start up training enable you to confidently progress into self employment in the Construction Industry Constructing the Future (Elevate East Lancs) in conjunction with Elan are holding business start up training for females interested in starting … Continue reading
Indication that carbon management is becoming a key element of the facilities management role is evident through the Guardian article Cut and Run which focuses on UCLAN’s excellence performance in obtaining the Carbon Trust Standard. The Carbon Trust says that universities … Continue reading