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Underground Supply Pipe Leakage project in residential homes goes live

Scottish Water, in conjunction with Etive Technologies, have installed c.80 monitors at a number of properties to measure underground supply pipe leakage. The properties have a monitor installed within their kitchen and also a monitor on the pavement outside. These monitors will allow Scottish Water to improve understanding of how much water is being lost …

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We are looking to recruit a Web Developer in our Birmingham office

We are looking for a person with good front-end web design skills and some experience of building mobile friendly web sites and applications to be based in our Birmingham office. We have 4 core on-line products/ services which we would like to redesign the front end user interface.We want to improve the user’s experience of …

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Complex Challenges Innovative Cities focus on European public sector innovation

Complex Challenges Innovative Cities (CCIC) focuses on European public sector innovation and is about new ideas that contribute to creating public value. The main objective of the CICC project, which concludes at the end of December 2014, is to improve regional innovation policies by enhancing innovation in the public sector and increasing partnership collaboration between …

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Wateraid golf day raises £14,400 for clean water and safe sanitation

We are delighted to say that Wateraid raised £14,400 at their Scotland Golf Tournament 2014, which took place at Dundonald Links. Etive sponsored the ‘longest drive’ on the 18th. Wateraid works to help the 500,000 children who die every year from diarrhoea caused by unsafe water and poor sanitation? That’s over 1,400 children a day. …

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Birmingham City Council online Log Book puts tenants in control of digital future

A “Digital Log Book” trial for Birmingham City Council housing tenants is gaining increasing attention among digital public service developers for impressive results in boosting digital inclusion, improving services and generating savings, all at the same time. The council is the city’s biggest social landlord, managing 64,000 properties with a turnover of about 5,500 new …

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Home Group’s energy efficient homes in East Balornock, Glasgow.

Home Group’s East Balornock development is getting closer to completion. This is a mixed development of over 120 new homes made up houses, flats, bungalows and cottage flats. This development has been built over 3 phases so far, the most recent by Cruden Building & Renewals and before that CCG. Home Scotland have been working …

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Birmingham City Council and Digital Log Book are MJ Awards Finalists

We are delighted to see that Birmingham City Council (BCC) are nominated for a MJ Award for Behaviour Change.  BCC has transformed the way that it delivers services to new housing tenants as part of its approach to get people ready for welfare reform and the digital-by-default agenda.  The aim of the work was to …

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Measuring water consumption of cattle with Scottish Water and SRUC

Just started working on a really exciting new project into the water consumption patterns of cattle – dairy and beef cattle and sheep. This is across 3 farms in Dumfries, the lowlands and the highlands. The project is quite complex, because, not only do we have to operate across a beautiful rural landscape, which causes …

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21C Homes for Edinburgh City Council nearly complete

21C Homes for Edinburgh City Council, part of the Craigmillar regeneration area, also joins the water and energy efficiency project. This is a large development of 60 new homes of 1 bed flats to 3 bed houses where community co-operative arrangements are at the heart of the council’s 21st Century Homes house building programme, which …

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