Telereal Trillium are delighted to be selected as a finalist in the ’Buy Social’ – Market Builder category for the 2014 Social Enterprise UK Awards.
Telereal Trillium has sold Newgate House, Rochdale to car care manufacturing group Tetrosyl Group Ltd.
Telereal Trillium has been awarded the 2014 Platinum Payroll Giving Quality Mark Award - a Government-funded scheme which recognises the efforts of organisations in promoting payroll giving in the workplace.
Telereal Trillium, advised by planning consultants Iceni Projects, have secured a resolution to grant planning for 84 residential units in Hertford town centre.
Telereal Trillium has appointed Cofely to deliver a range of hard and soft facilities management (FM) and project services under a new integrated facilities management (IFM) agreement.
At a Cambridge University Land Society/ NHS Property Services (NHSPS) conference in November 2013, leading figures from the property world came together to present on the topic of ‘Developing a roadmap to cultural change: the stewardship of the NHS’s property portfolio’.
Legal & General Property (“LGP”) announces that it has completed the purchase of a portfolio of 55 assets backed by Royal Bank of Scotland (“RBS”) from Telereal Trillium for a total consideration of £550 million.
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.