Issue : March 2010
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Marks & Spencer executive chairman Sir Stuart Rose today defended plans to extend its ethical and environmental commitments as a “win-win” situation for suppliers, shoppers and the store.
The ‘fridge guy’ who actor Colin Firth credited with stopping him turning down the Bafta-winning role in A Single Man has been revealed as Zak Mahri of Wembley-based domestic and commercial refrigeration specialist ADK Kooling.
Sainsbury’s has said that it is interested in finishing a stalled £77 million development in Cumbria.
Regeneration plans for Dover have hit a hurdle after supermarket chain Asda withdrew from the project.
The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers is backing a Government consultation to make it mandatory to log all air conditioning inspections.
City Building (Glasgow) LLP, a construction firm set up by Steven Purcell when he ran Glasgow City Council, is to have its accounts independently audited because it gave £10 million of work to a company run by Willie Haughey, the Labour party’s biggest donor in Scotland.
Brent Council planners have given detailed consent for the borough’s new civic centre.