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Workplace design firm Space Solutions

Scotland’s leading workplace design firm has celebrated completing three back-to-back refurbishments.

Space Solutions has undertaken the impressive £200,000 project, which saw the firm refurbishing and relocating office space for one of Edinburgh’s leading providers of housing and social care services, a top IT consultancy business and a community counselling charity.

The project began with IT consultancy firm Analysys Mason being relocated from their premises in the city’s Canal Court area to a new bespoke office in Haymarket.

You can read the full story at the Holyrood Partnership PR in Scotland website.


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Space Solutions completes makeover for CMS Cameron McKenna

Legal staff in Edinburgh are benefitting from an innovative new office environment designed for one of the city’s top law and tax firms.

CMS Cameron McKenna is pleased with its bespoke office space, which has been created in its Castle Street premises by Edinburgh-based workspace designers Space Solutions.

The revamped office has been designed to take advantage of the building’s location in the heart of the Capital. Design experts from Space Solutions have created new reception, conference and meeting suites that will allow staff and visitors to enjoy stunning views of Edinburgh Castle.

The full story can be read on the Holyrood Partnership PR in Scotland website.

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Space Solutions announces new rugby deal

Scotland’s leading workplace design firm as agreed a deal to become an official sponsor of one of Edinburgh’s top amateur rugby clubs.

Space Solutions, which has enjoyed impressive growth despite the recession, has agreed a four-figure deal to become the new First XV shirt sponsor of Boroughmuir Rugby Club for the 2010/11 Premier Division season.

Derek Binnie, director at Space Solutions, said: “We are delighted to give our support to Boroughmuir Rugby Club and look forward to seeing the team in action over the coming season.

The full story can be viewed on the Holyrood Partnership website.

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The Physiotherapy Centre Logo

Youngsters being swept along by the surge in interest in dance and acrobatic troupes from shows such as Britain’s Got Talent are being warned they risk serious injury by not taking expert advice to protect their bodies.

You don’t have to channel surf for too long to find a TV talent show featuring the best of Britain’s amateur performers while movie goers have put Streetdance 3D to the top of the cinema charts.

The trend has made household names of groups like Diversity while this Saturday’s final of Britain’s Got Talent will see spectacular acrobatic group Spellbound aim for glory.

Whilst this may encourage youngsters to live out their dreams of stardom, concern is being raised that they need to also think about the immense pressures that these talented performers put their bodies under on a daily basis and how this translates to young and not yet fully developed bodies.

Led by physiotherapist Kirsten Lord, The Physiotherapy Centres, with bases in Edinburgh and Glasgow city centres, work with numerous young performers to help them to keep their bodies healthy and prevent long term problems developing.

The full story can be read on the Holyrood Partnership PR in Scotland website.

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Kenny King FFDR

Scotland’s leading disaster recovery firm is marking the launch a new Scottish office with a high-profile appointment.

 FFDR, an all trades contractor specialising in salvaging flood and fire-ravaged properties has attracted respected insurance expert Kenny King to head its north east operation.

 Father of two Kenny, 46, from Bridge of Don, has spent the past eight years working with a nationwide facilities services group, assessing insurance cases.

He will now be based in FFDR’s newly-opened Stonehaven office, and will recruit a team of 12 tradesmen within months, and up to 25 within a year.

The full article can be read on  the  Holyrood Partnership PR in Scotland website.

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Scottish design expert Space Solutions

Space Solutions, Scotland’s leading workplace solutions company, has appointed two senior managers to drive forward its specialist relocations and operations division.

The appointments of Derek Bateman and Ben Slater at The Hub in Livingston, West Lothian – which employs 36 people across all areas and manages minor moves to entire headquarter relocations – are central to Space Solutions’ plans for rapid growth for the division.

Derek Bateman, who has more than 30 years experience in the workplace industry, has been recruited as General Manager.

Derek, a qualified interior designer, previously ran his own company and worked for one of the UK’s leading furniture companies.

You can read the full story on the Holyrood Partnership PR in Scotland website.

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ELPG unphased by Google housing plans

Solicitors with a legal group which handles almost a quarter of all house sales in Edinburgh say they are unfazed by news that internet giant Google may move into the property market.

The ELPG is made up of five leading property solicitors which account for around 25% of house sales through the respected ESPC.

John Lints, senior partner at ELPG member firm, the Lints Partnership, said property experts in Scotland would be less worried about the arrival of the internet search giant than those south of the Border.

He added: “The market here in Scotland has always been significantly different from England. South of the border there is a far greater network of estate agency only businesses and they may be worried about a free Google portal.”

You can read the full article at the Holyrood Partnership website.

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Holyrood Partnership provides PR in Scotland for FFDR

One of the UK’s most successful disaster recovery firms is on course for a record year, driven by growth in the Midlands.

FFDR, an all trades contractor specialising in salvaging flood and fire-ravaged properties, acquired a 50% stake in Leicester-based Maxim Property Services last year and it has rebranded as part of the FFDR group.

That has fuelled further growth with the firm – now in the top three insurance contractors in the UK – forecasting an £8 million turnover in the next year, up from the current £6m.

The 30 staff in Leicester have swelled the FFDR workforce to 130, with around 100 skilled trades people, backed up by 30 support and surveying staff. The firm also boasts a 70-strong fleet, with no vehicles more than three years old.

You can view the full article at the Holyrood Partnership PR in Scotland website.

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Scotland's care watchdog the Care Commission

The majority of Scottish nurseries are providing good opportunities for children to stay healthy and active, according to Scotland’s care watchdog.

The Care Commission’s Active Play in Children’s Day Care Services Bulletin showed that 84% of nurseries in Scotland – according to a review of nursery inspections – were meeting the minimum requirements for physical activity set out in the National Care Standards.

Most nurseries were providing appropriate safe and stimulating active play opportunities for children on a regular basis, and that staff worked well with the children, meeting their needs with skill and confidence.

The review also found that the majority of children who required additional support to become involved in active play were receiving the necessary support from nursery staff.

You can see the full article at the Holyrood Partnership PR in Scotland website.

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Scottish Hairdressing institution Cheynes Training is ensuring it is a cut above, thanks to a new interactive education website.

The training centre, which is part of the internationally renowned Cheynes group, works with 200 top salons across the UK to help them equip their staff with NVQ qualifications in hairdressing.

The Edinburgh-based Group’s owner and founder, Jennifer Cheyne, won the hearts of people in Aberfan, Wales this year when she helped out charities while part in Channel 4 hit TV show Secret Millionaire

And to ensure her hairdressers provide a service second to none in their salons, Cheynes Training have teamed up with leading UK multimedia development company Channel 6 to revamp its website.

Part of the restructure includes the introduction of interactive learning modules, which will save the salons using the Cheynes Training service both time and money.

Cheynes Training programme director William Howarth said: “Our training website in crucial in terms of providing up-to-the minute information to the salons we work with across the UK.”

The full release is available at the website of Holyrood Partnership PR in Edinburgh.

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