Sue Robb of 4Children talks to Julie Laughton and Alison Britton from the Department for Education about the role of childminders in delivering the 30 hours free entitlement.
Utilities Connections Management Ltd (UCML) is a trusted partner with 15 years’ experience of arranging utilities connections on behalf of clients including local authorities, housing developers and construction companies, saving time and money with less disruption on site.
UCML provides clients with specialist, alternative solutions for utilities connections, unravelling the complexities of the water, gas, electricity and telecoms industries. UCML specialises in consultancy and project management services to secure and procure all four utilities, offering bespoke and complete solutions.
Each of the utility sectors employs different practices whilst operating within broadly similar regulatory and legislative frameworks and recent changes to open up these sectors to competition have complicated the processes further. All too often, this presents confusion and results in complications that delay projects and increase costs.
Utilising insight, expertise and the latest regulatory knowledge, UCML identifies any issues that may have an impact on a project commercially, technically or financially. Engaging with design teams at project inception is the ideal scenario; however, UCML is often instructed by clients needing additional support at all stages of a project.
UCML’s range of independent consultancy services include; electric vehicle charging, feasibility studies, regulatory expertise, project management, meter removals, disconnections, diversionary works, connections and generation connections.
It is no mystery that there is a huge task at hand to solve the growing problems of waste, inefficient resources, and the disposal of hazardous materials as our communities develop.
You are invited to this unique annual exhibition that brings together all the disciplines from the emergency services sector who are involved in prevention, response and recovery.
Iain Gulland explains why Scotland’s Deposit Return Scheme will aid the fight against climate change by encouraging better recycling