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EAUC conference review

Learning and Legacy: The Role of Education in Creating Healthier, Happier Cities. A report of the EAUC Annual Conference 2016

Green light for £45M Birmingham Gun Quarter student housing

Private equity real estate business Prosperity Capital Partners and London & UK Property have acquired the Globeworks site in Birmingham city centre, triggering the green light for a £45 million student accommodation development.

Trade body puts gas cylinder testing on universities’ radar

National trade body The British Compressed Gases Association is urging the university sector to take advantage of a free service to comply with gascylinder safety legislation.

Expert Gutter clearing, with less hassle, less mess and less risk!

Drainage specialists Metro Rod are urging university facilities managers to prepare for autumn, by using Metro Vac to take the hassle out of the arduous task of gutter clearing.

Leeds City College launches a University Centre

Leeds City College is transforming its College House building on Park Lane into a University Centre, dedicated to undergraduate study, professional courses and degree level apprenticeships from September this year.

New CLA licensing solution to transform digitisation process for HEIs

The Copyright Licensing Agency has launched the licensing solution of the future with a system that will significantly speed up and streamline digitisation for higher education institutions.

James Dyson opens invention powerhouse at the University of Cambridge

Sir James Dyson will open some of the world’s most advanced engineering facilities at the University of Cambridge.

Study reveals UK universities could save 10% on essential repairs and maintenance costs

Materials supply and management efficiency are key factors in reducing costs without compromising on student experience.

ANS living wall brings nature to the newly launched building at University of Cambridge

The original Arup Building at the University of Cambridge has recently seen a major refurbishment including the installation of an ANS Global living wall.

Can universities really risk leaving the European Union?

Professor Julia Buckingham, Vice Chancellor and President of Brunel University London, asks what Brexit could mean for the future of Higher Education in Britain

Veolia is a winner in the RoSPA Awards 2016

Veolia Water Technologies has once again had its approach to health and safety recognised in an awards scheme run by the safety charity, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).

Improving purchasing processes for student accommadation providers

Convenient solution provides higher education accommodation providers with a streamlined purchasing method and burden free administration.

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