The first of two commissioned officers in the British Army has started work with Telereal Trillium as part of a work placement scheme to help military personnel into new careers in the private sector.
Telereal Trillium has let 16,000 sq ft of Halifax office space to Calderdale Council. The former Jobcentre at 19 Horton Street will become the new Halifax Customer First and Corporate Contact Centre, a key public facing office as part of the council’s office rationalisation programme.
Running in last weekend’s Brighton marathon, Telereal Trillium’s Gavin Brown finished the race in a very respectable 3 hours 43 minutes, placing him well inside the top 20 per cent of runners.
Telereal Trillium has completed the lettings of two Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) sites to local authorities in Halifax, West Yorkshire, and Totton, Hampshire, totalling 38,000 sq ft of office space.
Telereal Trillium’s commercial director, Chris Rodger, says that since 1 April, NHS Property Services has had new priorities.
BT unveiled proposals for the redevelopment of Keybridge House, Vauxhall, at two public exhibitions last week.
Telereal Trillium has submitted an outline planning application to Wyre Council for the regeneration of the 18-hectare Norcross site in Thornton Cleveleys.
This week is National Apprenticeship Week, a week designed to celebrate apprenticeships and the positive impact they have on individuals, businesses and the economy.
Brian Ward, director of workplace strategy at Telereal Trillium, comments on the recent discussion around Yahoo’s decision to stop its staff from working remotely.
Telereal Trillium’s executive chairman, Ian Ellis, says it has never been more important for the public and private sectors to work together.
Paul Disley-Tindell, director corporate real estate at Telereal Trillium, comments on a recent Guardian Professional article ‘Stick, sell or twist? Why feelings matter when it comes to council assets’.
Telereal Trillium has sold a former Department for Work and Pensions office site on Limehouse Cut to Canary Wharf Group.