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Posted: 30th January
By: rlf

RLF raise £5k for charity

Last year, all staff were given the opportunity to purchase their old iPhones with all proceedings going to charity.

A staggering £5k was raised and staff nominated the charities that they had a personal affiliation with. The chosen charities to benefit for this included:-

 

Alzheimer Society
Aplastic Anaemia Trust
Garden House Hospice Care
Glasgow SE Foodbank Govanhill
Revive MS Support
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Posted: 29th January
By: rlf

Well done

Congratulations to Paul Miller, Health & Safety Consultant, RLF Birmingham, who has successfully passed his NEBOSH Fire Safety Qualification.

He now holds:

NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety
NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety
NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management

 

Paul decided to complete the Fire Safe...

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Posted: 26th January
By: Claire Hoy

Project Update: National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS)

RLF is delighted to be providing Cost Management services for the development of National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS), who’s planning application has now been submitted to be considered by Renfrewshire Council.

Hosted by the University of Strathclyde, NMIS aims to make Scotland a global leader in advanced manufacturing. NMIS will bring industry, research and the wider public sector together in order ...

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Posted: 23rd January
By: rlf

Project Win: Accent Schemes

RLF Stevenage is delighted to be appointed as Employer's Agent, Health & Safety Consultant and Site Inspector for two residential schemes for Accent in Peterborough that are now in Contract.

The projects, located in Ely Road, Little Downham (Cambridgeshire) and Spalding Road, Pinchbeck (Lincolnshire), will deliver over 100 local homes in 2021.

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Posted: 16th January
By: rlf

The Greater Brighton City Region

With improved connectivity to London, higher house prices, geographic constraints caused by the sea and the South Downs National Park, Brighton and Hove is being challenged by the pressure for new development. This is spreading east and west outwards from Brighton, where land and property prices are more affordable. This is creating new hotspots for local Adur & Worthing District Council and Lewes & Eastbourn...

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Posted: 16th January
By: rlf

The South Downs Wine Boom

The south facing slopes of the South Downs have become the perfect location for vineyards. There is a boom in the growth of local wineries delivering world class sparkling wine in the region, and RLF is proud to be working with a number of clients in realising their ambitions.

The changes in our climate mean that we now benefit from warmer, later summers which are important for the ripening of the grapes and the ...

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