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York Community Stadium Project voted “Property Deal of the Year” at Property Week’s 2018 annual awards
Devonshires are delighted to announce that the York Community Stadium Project was voted “Property Deal of the Year” at Property Week’s 2018 annual awards.
Holiday Dates for 2018/2019
The way bank holidays fall in 2018 means those employers with a holiday year running from 1st April to 31st March may need to give their employees an additional day of annual leave.
​Devonshires Volunteer at Old Palace School
A group of Devonshires staff recently volunteered their time to assist Old Palace School in the Borough of Tower Hamlets with getting their grounds ready for the commencement of the new school term.
Labour’s Social Housing Green Paper Praises Efforts Made by Housing Associations
Labour’s social housing green paper, released last week, praises the effort Housing Associations have put into delivering affordable housing under increasingly difficult circumstances.
Developers and RPs need to gear up for a rise in electrical vehicles
As the government seeks to boost the numbers of electrical vehicles, there will need to be a big gear change in the way properties and infrastructure are developed and managed.
Devonshires Hold Annual Charity Cheque Presentation
Last night Devonshires was delighted to hold its annual charity cheque presentation to recognise the great work of our three nominated charities and to present them with cheques totalling more than £53,000.
Devonshires advises on Aquila’s investment in IT consultancy
Devonshires’ corporate team has advised Aquila Services Group PLC (Aquila) on its investment in 3C Consultants, one of the largest providers of IT consultancy to the UK’s social housing sector.
Worrying delays in diagnosis of prostate cancer
A report by charity Orchid has revealed that four in 10 prostate cancer cases in the UK are diagnosed late.
Private hospitals warned over surgeons
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has expressed concerns the some of the failings that allowed rogue surgeon Ian Paterson to harm patients are widespread across private hospitals.
Tesla and Amazon are redefining what a home is
Our needs are changing at a phenomenal rate both in the workplace and at home, so planners and developers must keep up to avoid an influx of defunct buildings.
Social Housing: 10 Challenges Facing Registered Providers
Following one of the sector’s most eventful years, registered providers (RPs) continue to face many hurdles.
How to recover a debt from beginning to end: part four
If your business is suffering from late payments, there are vital steps you need to take to help you recover your debt as quickly as possible.