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Adoption of building management systems set to be bolstered by global initiatives for energy efficiency

The adoption of global initiatives for energy efficiency and technological advancements the building management systems’ vertical are the key factors influencing the growth of building energy management solutions market globally, a recent market research report has been able to suggest. Building management systems are integrated computerized solutions that enable cost-effective energy efficiency in buildings. These […]

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Local council to build energy-saving ‘Passivhaus’ rental flats

A local council has revealed plans to build a block of 10 one, two and three bedroom flats that will utilise a state-of-the-art ‘Passivhaus’ design to maximise energy efficiency, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest. Bournemouth council has earmarked a piece of land between 22 Crescent Road and […]

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Companies should have up-to-date building management systems in today’s world.

A Cornish seaside resort town is overhauling the building management systems of its local swimming pool, Better, Splash Leisure Pool.  The pool says the ‘significant investment’ will modernise its behind the scenes plant equipment, ‘with huge environmental, financial and operational benefits for the leisure centre and our customers’. There will be some service disruption, with the pool and […]

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Government urged to introduce a maximum working temperature

Following this summer’s heatwave, which saw unseasonably high temperatures affecting the UK and Europe for long periods of time, the UK government is being urged to consider introducing a statutory maximum working temperature, a news source can reveal. The Health and Safety Regulations state that the temperature in all indoor workplaces should be “reasonable”, there […]

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Global Building Management System (BMS) Market set to soar

The global Building Management System (BMS) Market is set to record a very strong level of growth over the next few years due partially to the growing demand for automation of security systems in building & large construction sites, a recent market research report has been able to suggest. The research paper from Radiant Insights […]

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Legionnaire’s disease closes a historic Shropshire hotel

The Feathers Hotel in Ludlow, Shropshire is Grade I listed and dates back to 1619. After an outbreak of Legionnaire’s disease and the following Public Health investigation in 2017 led to trading difficulties, the hotel has entered administration. It will remain open for now while it is assessed by an administrator, and there have been […]

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Chart of water temperatures, showing a temporayr boost to over 60 degrees Celsius