Spending Review - Public Savings 17 October 2010
The UK public sector could save £12 billion a year in running costs without calling a halt to the capital projects programme, according to the leading asset management consultancy firm Currie & Brown.
Top Advisory Team for ‘Free Schools’ Providers
Currie & Brown assembles team of advisers to provide a “one stop shop” for groups considering new Government schools scheme
Public sector urged to review all contracts
Budget response Public sector bodies across the UK should re-negotiate contracts to achieve best value in the marketplace in light of budget restraints and the desire of the coalition government to reduce debt more quickly, according to Currie & Brown.
New share scheme welcomes fee earners
International asset management consultancy Currie & Brown has welcomed more than 100 employee-shareholders during the first year of a new incentive scheme which is intended to help build the business.
Work starts on £24m hospital contract
Work started this week on NHS Dumfries & Galloway’s unique £24.2 million project to develop a regional mental health facility as the Board’s chairman, Michael Keggans performed a sod cutting ceremony.
£840m Glasgow hospital project breaks ground
Scotland’s largest publicly funded construction project, the £840 million South Glasgow Hospitals Campus, reached a key milestone this week as Scotland’s Deputy First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, performed a ground breaking ceremony on the site.
Currie & Brown UK enters new era with key office moves
Currie & Brown UK has made two significant office investments in London and Scotland as part of an overall growth strategy in the UK and international markets.
Currie & Brown sells Australian interest to AMEC
Currie & Brown confirmed today that it has agreed to sell its consultancy interest in Australia to AMEC, as part of a continued strategic re-structuring of its global activities
Currie & Brown manages major Sheraton Grand refurbishment in Scotland's capital
Work has begun on the multi-million pound refurbishment of the five-star Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa in Edinburgh, in a project which will increase the number of bedrooms as well as creating a luxurious Grand Suite and exclusive “Club” floor.