Levelling-up, UK, Bill

On May 11th 2022 the UK government published further information about the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill, a bill that looks to reduce inequality in productivity, health, incomes and opportunity across the country. The key objectives of the bill have been defined as:  Boost productivity, pay, jobs and living standards by growing the private sector, especially…

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The Department for Education published its Sustainability and Climate Change Strategy on the 21st of April 2022. The strategy aims to help educational organisations reduce their environmental footprint, with the objective of achieving net-zero. It identified 5 key elements in what is known as Action Area 3 – Education Estate and Digital Infrastructure, which we set…

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Bristol, North Somerset & South Gloucestershire NHS Trust have just released their latest vaccination programme results, with the Trust providing over 2 million vaccines to their communities.  These results demonstrate the positive benefits of strong collaboration between the Trust and its supply chain, enabling them to provide local people with easy access to vaccinations during…

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With this week marking National Careers Week 2022 Provelio caught up with Operations Director, Jeremy Sneddon, to better understand the importance of investing in employees and in the next working generation. If someone leaving school, college or university were looking to work at Provelio what type of roles and experience do you offer? We provide…

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Background At a time when the NHS has done so much during the Covid 19 crisis, it might seem unfair to point out the flaws in the system, but we think this is essential if we are to get improvements.  The NHS must resolve to re-organise to deal with the pandemic and treat the backlog…

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Cop 26 included almost all the countries in the world gathered in November 2021, for a conference in Glasgow, which focussed on climate change.  In particular, it centred around measures that must be taken to prevent temperatures rising by 1.5oC by 2030, which scientists had produced a plethora of reports explaining why this was happening. …

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Background  Historically, the construction industry has suffered enormously during turbulent economic conditions. But from the outset of the pandemic the Government made it very clear that construction was one of the key industries to keep the economy moving.   The current economic climate  The industry is now flat out trying to meet demand, with consultants, contractors, trades…

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Projects do not always go according to plan. Sometimes they are delayed.  Sometimes they go well over budget.  On other occasions they simply do not achieve their objectives. Any one of these things can be a disaster for a project, but these things rarely happen overnight, so there is no excuse for “letting a project…

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