Telereal Trillium, in conjunction with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), has launched a campaign to find the next big thing in renewable energy technologies.
On 5 February, Telereal Trillium hosted an event to celebrate the first anniversary of its customer service pillars scheme.
Our 2013 Corporate Responsibility report, ‘Doing Things Differently’ provides a summary of the progress we have made in our commitment to be both a socially and environmentally responsible business, and an invaluable partner to our customers.
Homelessness charity Broadway is appealing for business people to become mentors to its clients who are trying to get back into work.
Property company Telereal Trillium has secured a hat trick of planning consents within close succession of one another.
Telereal Trillium have been awarded a platinum award for our commitment to payroll giving at the National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards, an event which celebrates the efforts of employers, charities and professional partnerships in promoting payroll giving in the workplace.
Queensberry and Telereal Trillium have joined forces to develop 81 contemporary new homes in one of Edinburgh’s most prestigious residential suburbs.
Telereal Trillium today celebrated the first anniversary of its ‘Five Pillars of Customer Service’ programme.
Telereal Trillium has submitted an outline planning application to Swansea Council to redevelop the former BT telephone engineering centre in Cockett, Swansea.
Telereal Trillium has secured planning consent for a residential led, mixed-use scheme to redevelop the former Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) offices on Bromley High Street.
Telereal Trillium last night showed its commitment to customer service as sponsor of the Excellence in Customer Service category at the 2013 British Institute of Facilities Management Awards.
Telereal Trillium has sold the former Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) site in Penwortham to Tesco.