Why isn’t everyone creating Productive, High Performing and Healthier Workplaces?
60 second video – how to cover 100% of your real estate operating costs
Our new one minute video shows how to make your people more productive and cover 100% of your real estate operating costs. It’s the best way to get the biggest bang for your buck in estates management.
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The future of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) regulations: what do I need to know?
On the 16th October, John shared a stage with the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to advise on the latest government initiative to reduce carbon emissions.
The UK is taking a leading stance on climate change in a business friendly way. The pipeline of legislation pushes further than existing EU-wide legalisation, and provides fantastic opportunities for businesses to achieve great cost and energy savings.
If we all get behind these initiatives, the UK will validate its world leadership in clean and zero carbon technology and deliver a very significant and tangible upside for post-Brexit UK.
Read on to learn about the MEES regulations, and how we can help you cut your energy costs and your carbon emissions.
Guest Blog – Health and wellbeing are at the root of our productivity and creativity
Professor Derek Clements-Croome’s truly fascinating article explores how buildings influence our wellbeing and productivity.
He considers how a building affects our senses and psychology, and asserts that architects should account for not only materials and form but also people, their emotions, the environment, space and relationships between them. Finally Derek gives us some pointers to learn more. Please click below for the full article.
Mike was a Distinguished Gentleman
Mike has almost hit his fundraising target to tackle prostate cancer and men’s mental health through the Movember Foundation.
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men while suicide is the biggest killer of men aged 20-39. ¾ of all suicides are male and 510,000 men die from suicide each year, that’s one every minute.
If you are affected by these issues and would like to help, click below.
Paul broke a world record
Paul ran the Windsor Half Marathon in September and helped break a world record to raise money for The Peek Foundation.
Paul guided his friend Jules Hopkinson, who is fully sighted, to run “The Fastest Ever Half-Marathon Wearing a Blindfold”. Vassos Alexander was pacemaker and Neil Lecky-Thompson kept fellow runners safe.
“80% of the world’s blindness and visual impairment can be completely cured or prevented for very little money, but low and middle-income countries lack the facilities to diagnose visual impairments.
The amazing Peek Vision Foundation has developed cutting edge technology that replaces some of the functionality of an eye clinic with a smartphone app that can be used anywhere.”
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