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Princess Road Apartment Scheme Gets Green Light

Our teams are pleased to be providing consultancy services on this 105-bedroom, six-storey apartment scheme on Princess Road in Manchester. Construction to due to commence on site, with completion set for summer 2019.

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Further Funding Announced for Academies

The Education and Skills Funding Agency has confirmed there will be a further round of the Condition Improvement Fund (CIF) for 2018/19 to finance building improvements together with some expansion. For this year alone the fund includes an additional £100 million, referred to as the Healthy Pupils Capital Fund (HPCF).

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University of Birmingham Framework Appointment

Pleased to announce our appointment to the University of Birmingham framework for building surveying. This further strengthens our work within Higher Education in the Midlands and follows on from appointments on frameworks for the University of Nottingham, University of Worcester and Birmingham City University.

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Apprenticeships at AA Projects

A warm welcome to Kirsty Harrison and Mattone Awang who have both recently started their QS and BS apprenticeships with AA Projects. We see graduate recruitment as a vital part of the development of our organisation and are proud to have a 10 year 100% first time pass rate for APC candidates.

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Supporting Macmillan Cancer

Pleased to be handing over a cheque today for £720 to Macmillan Cancer Support, following our recent coffee mornings that were supported by all offices. Thanks to all staff for their generous contributions to a very worthy cause.

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Environmental Industry Commission Working Group

AA Projects, as members Carbon Management & Sustainable Buildings working group of the Environmental Industry Commission (EIC), recently met with Michael Rutter BEIS, Deputy Director of Business Energy Use. He advised on the government’s intention to publish the Clean Growth Plan and that the new Climate Change Secretary Claire Perry will have responsibility for this with an emphasis on simplification and coherence.

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