Controlling the level of air pollution is vital and it’s arguable more important now than it ever has been before. In this blog post, we take a look at why.
Whether you’re a new company looking to set up as your first base, or are a growing business that needs new premises to expand into, finding industrial units to let will probably be your first port of call.
Professional squatters are now targeting vacant retail units as the new law making occupation of residential property illegal, displaces the problem onto the high street, warns Simon Broadbent, CEO of Secure Empty Property.
Making the choice to go ahead and buy a commercial property isn’t something you can decide on a whim, there’s a great deal to think about. As such you really shouldn’t rush into anything, as you’ll want to be completely sure the commercial property you purchase really is the right one for your business’ needs.
Investing in commercial property is one of the most important decisions you will make for your business, so it’s crucial that your decision is an informed one.
The hardest part of starting your own business is taking the first step and getting your idea off the ground. Running a B&B is a dream for many of us – a proper British business model that stands the test of time.
A fire, whether big or small, can cause significant damage to a business, so it’s important to identify workplace hazards through a risk assessment before investing in fire safety equipment from the likes of Security Direct.
Politicians in New Zealand are about to pass the biggest changes to safety legislation seen in the country for about 20 years.
A property portfolio can be a pretty sound investment – with returns that outstrip savings accounts and other alternative ways to make your money pay.
Whether you run a small or large business, it’s crucial you protect your organisation from fire damage. Naked flames can travel through buildings in minutes causing extensive destruction along the way, so here are five fire safety tips to help prevent a disaster.
With so much to pack into the working day, it can be easy to let health and safety standards slide – after all, that business meeting or brainstorming session just can’t wait, right?
Developers are building a record number of offices and industrial premises in enterprise zones across the country because of the improving economy and increased level of stability, Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has announced.
Work begins next week on a major refurbishment by a leading Midlands business, creating new jobs and providing an investment boost to the local economy.
Hundreds of homes in the South West are being given a winter check over as temperatures dip as part of a major preventative move by the region’s fastest-growing property management company.
Just eight months after opening in London’s East end, the success of Qbic Hotel London City has led to an acceleration of its expansion plans, to include four new sites over the next two years, with a focus on the capital.
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