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website archive for 2008

On an Environmental Mission

Chartered Surveyor Nicholas Woolley manages assets for companies, institutions and landowners from his historic home near Bury St Edmunds. He also holds passionate views about fighting climate change as Sarah Chambers discovered. Nicholas Woolley doesn’t mince his words when describing today’s...
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August 5th, 2008

Owners’ guides: making listed properties eco-friendly

Now more than ever it's time to tackle the carbon footprint of our built heritage. Carla Passino suggests ways to lighten your eco-conscience as well as your utilities bill The future of housing is unquestionably Green, but although new builds can...
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July 2nd, 2008

Can you afford to go green? The real question is ‘can you afford NOT to?’

Going green isn’t a luxury.  It’s a business imperative.  Nick Woolley explains why and gives some pointers to get you started: So, what’s in it for you to run your business in a more eco-friendly way? A well known global firm of...
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March 5th, 2008

Farmland to non-farmers

Nick Woolley, FRICS, is one of the UK’s leading project and asset managers.  Having started out as a joint tenant on a 400 acre mixed farm, he went on to manage portfolios of farms and estates before becoming Chief...
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March 1st, 2008

Better asset management means better returns from your land

Nick Woolley, FRICS, is one of the UK’s leading project and asset managers.  Having started out as a joint tenant on a 400 acre mixed farm, he went on to manage portfolios of farms and estates before becoming Chief Land...
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February 5th, 2008

Eco Architects – The Real Deal?

Gordon Brown has promised to double the number of ‘eco-towns’ to be built across the UK from five to ten, boosting house building to the tune of 240,000 homes a year.  He says he’s been encouraged to expand his eco...
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January 5th, 2008
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