• Jenny Howard
  • Associate
  • Synergy London

Synergy go ‘Masterchef’ for Charity

Jenny Howard (Marketing Manager) from our Hemel Hempstead Office has decided to put on her apron and open a pop up restaurant on 25th November at the Olde Leather Bottle pub in Hemel Hempstead in aid of the Hospice of St Francis.

Posted in: Synergy London on 25/11/2013

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  • Jenny Howard
  • Associate
  • Synergy London

Academies Capital Maintenance Fund Announcement

The Department for Education has just released new information regarding Round 1 of the Academies Capital Maintenance Fund financial year 2014-15. The Academies Capital Maintenance Fund (ACMF) is available to academies for building condition and expansion projects.

Posted in: Synergy London on 18/11/2013

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  • Peter Baker
  • Architect - Partner
  • Synergy London

An update on recent and proposed reforms to planning legislation

The government is consulting over relaxations to permitted development to allow shops and existing agricultural buildings up to 150sq.m to change to residential, which could equate to a five bedroom house or three small flats. This window of opportunity could start as soon as next year. There is some easing of red tape e.g. demolition… Read More

Posted in: Synergy London on 12/11/2013

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  • Jenny Howard
  • Associate
  • Synergy London

Another Successful Project for our Building Surveying team

Following the completion of complicated structural repairs, we are pleased to announce that the dining hall has now been handed back to Christ Church School in Ware, Hertfordshire.

Posted in: Synergy London on 12/11/2013

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  • Jenny Howard
  • Associate
  • Synergy London

Investors in People Commitment

As part of our continuing internal development programme we are pleased to announce that we have started working towards Investors in People.

Posted in: Synergy London on 6/11/2013

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