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AccessPoint magazine targets scaffolding sector

AccessPoint magazine targets scaffolding sector

Construction PR specialists Campbell Marsh have devised AccessPoint, a new magazine that provides news and views about the access and scaffolding industry. Working alongside the Scaffolding Association, AccessPoint is the first of its type and is aimed at improving awareness and understanding about the specialist sector….

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A1 Shopping Park celebrates milestone

A1 Shopping Park celebrates milestone

A construction milestone was celebrated last month at the £110 million A1 Shopping Park, Biggleswade’s new London Road retail complex owned by Aberdeen UK Property Fund, with a special ceremony led by Councillor Hazel Ramsay, the Mayor of Biggleswade Town Council; Lucy Duncan, from Aberdeen…

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MIPIM: Keeping an eye on real estate investment

MIPIM: Keeping an eye on real estate investment

During early spring, more than 20,000 property executives made their annual pilgrimage to Cannes on the French Riviera for the 27th MIPIM international property conference and exhibition. Throughout the show, real estate advisers and investors expressed a mixture of optimism and caution over the state…

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SpecFinish gets a new look

SpecFinish gets a new look

Construction PR specialists Campbell Marsh have completed an overhaul of SpecFinish magazine by adopting a new editorial policy and a fresh new graphic design look for both the magazine and the website www.specfinish.co.uk . Feedback from market research had shown that readers felt the existing magazine…

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Same old problems for construction

Same old problems for construction

While the recession of recent years has been wasteful in terms of manpower and other resources, by far the greatest loss to companies operating in the construction industry has been the loss of financial credibility. Trading losses coupled with reduced asset values have seen many…

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