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Countdown to Ten years of LCMB

We will celebrate LCMB’s 10th birthday in January and we thought it would be interesting to look back how the world has changed over this time. Next month we’ll start looking at how productivity, carbon reduction and other building related issues have progressed over the last ten years, but right now we’re taking a slightly …Read more

An unexpected upside for post Brexit UK!

On the 16th October I was given an opportunity to share a stage in Oxford with Cllr Tom Hayes, Cabinet Member for Zero Carbon Oxford at Oxford City and Dominic Humphreys, Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) lead on Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES). The event, organised by Oxfordshire Greentech and Oxford City …Read more

Health and wellbeing are at the root of our productivity and creativity

We live through our senses stimulated by the environment around us whether outdoors or indoors. Our existence is enlivened every waking moment by a symphony of stimuli from people, objects, building spaces, task interest and nature. This rich array of inputs to the mind and body generates the multi-sensory experience which can colour and enrich …Read more

Why isn’t everyone creating Productive, High Performing and Healthier Workplaces?

Over the last thirty years, designing, constructing and operating buildings I’ve seen first-hand the benefits on people’s lives, their wellbeing and performance of improving their surroundings. And to me the business case is obvious for organisations to improve the workplace. However, it’s the more forward-thinking organisations in the UK that are doing this, and I …Read more

Britain’s productivity crisis – Help your business beat the downward trend

Every month we’re presented with a new explanation for Britain’s low productivity – now dubbed as the ‘productivity puzzle’. The Bank of England blames Brexit for a 5% decrease in productivity British firms three years after the referendum. But Britain has lagged behind most G7 countries since 2008 so this issue goes deeper than Brexit. …Read more

Mike is taking part in The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride to raise funds and awareness for men’s health and prostate cancer

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This year I am taking part in The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride to raise funds and awareness for men’s health and prostate cancer on behalf of the Movember Foundation. Prostate cancer affects more men than any other cancer, taking the lives of close to 307,000 men each year. A number surpassed by 500,000 men dying from …Read more

My 21k Swim. I will not be doing that again!

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In my previous blog, I explained the motivation for taking on my Lake Windermere swim, the personal challenge it presented and how my training was proving to be a rich metaphor for life. A smooth start and a bumpy middle On Sunday the 1st September, at 7:15am, I entered the cold water of the lake at …Read more

Swimming 21km for Macmillan Cancer Support is proving to be a rich metaphor for life

Over the last few years, like many, I have seen and experienced first-hand the random and devastating impact cancer can have on the lives of family and friends. Over the last year alone, my sister and a dear friend have suffered from the emotional and physical impact of mouth and prostate cancer. My sister’s mouth …Read more

England at risk of Running Dry – Our five tips to reduce water wastage

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On the 25th of July the UK saw the hottest temperature on record. With the trend of increasing temperatures, Sir James Bevan, Chief Executive of the Environment Agency announced the UK risks running out of water within 25 years. He puts this down to wasteful consumer habits and a shortage of reservoirs.  “We won’t have …Read more

One month at LCMB – Gaining vital experience

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I’m now one month into my placement as a marketing graduate at LCMB as part of the EU funded Time2Grow programme which is designed to help businesses solve some of their most challenging problems by giving them access to a graduate workforce. Coming out of University I was always worried about what kind of role …Read more

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