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A recent report has urged the government to help save Britain’s once thriving coastal communities. Here, we discuss what can be done to equip Britain’s seaside towns with the tools they need to survive in a modern, globalised world. Coastal communities that once thrived as pleasure resorts in the 19th century have been neglected for...
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A number of garden communities are either planned or under construction across England, helping to close the housing supply gap. Yet, with thousands of homes within the UK still to be built – despite having planning permission – masterplanner Patrick Clarke looks at how to speed up the delivery of these large-scale projects while ensuring...
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The Air Traffic Control Tower at Kirkwall Airport, Orkney, will continue to direct more than 14,600 planes landing and taking off from the island thanks to the completion of vital improvements to the structure. The four-storey tower to the south east of Kirkwall Airport has received almost £500,000 of investment over the last three years...
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Image shows artist impression of Crocus Place in Nottingham
Crocus Place, a seven storey, 125,000 sq ft Grade-A office block in the Southside area of Nottingham has been granted planning consent. The proposed scheme by Nottingham City Council will transform a vacant site on the south east junction of Arkwright Street and Crocus Street into Crocus Place, a brick and glass fronted office next...
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Image shows Perfect Circle MD Victoria Brambini at the #WorkingTogether event
Earlier this month, we hosted an evening of networking that brought together SMEs and public sector bodies to discuss the value of working together. Here, we share our top takeaways from our expert panel with you.  1. Demonstrating social value is crucial Local authorities need to see you genuinely engaging with the public and measuring...
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Image shows social value lead Guy Schmidt at the 2nd Global Conference on Creating Value
Social value lead Guy Schmidt recently presented at the 2nd Global Conference on Creating Value, which focused on the problems, potential and real life uses of value creation. Here, he discusses his time at the event, which took place in New York in May. After being mentioned and discussed across several presentations in varying contexts,...
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With the government’s ambitions to have 33% of its procurement spend going to SMEs by 2022, it is essential that strategic suppliers to the public sector take action now to improve the indirect spend and allow communities to prosper with increased opportunities for local employers. Perfect Circle is hosting an evening of networking that brings...
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Construction work to breathe new life into Skegness’ much-loved Tower Gardens park is set to begin today (28 May). Perfect Circle is delivering project management, cost management and health and safety services for the £1.5 million scheme in Skegness, Lincolnshire. The provision of these services has been procured via the Scape National Built Environment Consultancy...
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Perfect Circle has announced a national partnership with Built Environment Networking. In order to increase accessibility for both public sector customers and its growing number of supply chain partners, Perfect Circle has committed to a year-long sponsorship of the UK’s leading provider of construction and networking events, Built Environment Networking. The partnership will see Perfect...
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In this blog, Ant Wilson MBE – CIBSE Silver Medal recipient, Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and Director of Sustainability, Building Engineering at Perfect Circle partner AECOM – shares his thoughts and top tips on how Scotland can meet its ambitious, new low carbon targets: As part of Scotland’s transition to a low...
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