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Kingfisher Guarding Services Ltd is as of today trading as Kingfisher Sec. They are very proud of their new re-branded image and very much looking forward to providing a high quality service to all their clients. It’s also worth mentioning that they are now ranked in the top 10% of SIA approved contractors in the UK.

They are now offering security SIA Door Supervision course at West Thames College, Feltham.

29th of March 2019 For immediate release

Airivo are pleased to announce the launch of their new website. Having renewed their logo and strapline, the launch of the website brings together Airivo’s growing serviced office portfolio and allow users to gain a broader understanding of the services they provide.
“I am very excited about the launch of our new website; The Team and I strongly believe the site represents our key attributes” Says Naveen Bhandari, Managing Director of Airivo.

“We love the new look and have spent a great deal of time to ensure users gain a full understanding of our offering”.

The website will allow users to understand the company’s new strapline; ‘Your space your way’, which the Airivo team are passionate to communicate to its prospective clients as it allows businesses of all sizes to move into an Airivo building and enjoy the flexibility the space offers.

“It’s been great to be part of the team to create Airivo’s new website. As we provide customer centric flexible office solutions, we wanted a modern design to reflect our position in the market place. A website easy to navigate and add new centres as our portfolio grows. Our partners at Alchemy, have provided a first-class service to deliver a simple yet effective website”. Says Spencer Tagg, Head of Operations at Airivo.
The company’s website will be updated with fresh new content on a regular basis, including up to date information about services and new centres. To see the new website please visit

For more information please contact Kate Akul on 020 8434 3600.

Notes for Editors
Airivo provides office space on flexible terms, conference rooms and virtual office services. The business started in 2003 and since then Airivo has become one of West London’s most reputable serviced office operators providing turnkey office space solutions for small, medium and large companies.
Airivo operates four business centres in West London; namely Richmond, Hanwell, Brentford and Chiswick. In addition, a fifth centre was opened in 2017 in Birmingham City centre and Airivo Shoreditch opened in the summer of 2018.

Heathrow Airport has named the 18 locations that have been shortlisted to host factories and yards to build components for its third runway project.

Heathrow is looking to pioneer the large-scale use of logistics hubs to build as much of the £16bn expansion project offsite as possible.

The plan is for four regional hubs to assemble components offsite and transport them in consolidated loads to Heathrow just as they are needed.

In November 2017 Heathrow long-listed 65 locations that were among 121 that had pitched to host one of the four hubs. All 65 were visited and analysed and have now been whittled down to 18.

Laing O’Rourke has missed the cut, but Balfour Beatty and Severfield are still in the race, as are Tarmac and John Graham.

In the autumn, the 18 shortlisted sites will pitch to the airport’s bosses for their chance to become one of the final four construction centres, to be announced early next year, ahead of work starting in 2021, according to the plans.

After a long day of training, most footballers probably wouldn’t turn down a free cheeseburger – even if it isn’t officially part of their healthy diet.

But when this particular McDonald’s Big Mac was found at Colchester United’s training ground, the team were understandably a bit confused.

That’s because the meaty treat wasn’t a fan’s leftovers, but was instead attached to a polystyrene box with a GoPro camera inside.

As it turned out it had, in fact, aimed for space, before falling back to earth with a bump!

So what on earth – or in space – has been going on?!

London has been named the best-rated destination in the world in TripAdvisor’s annual Travellers’ Choice awards for destinations.

The winners were determined using an algorithm that analyses the millions of reviews and ratings for hotels, restaurants and attractions collected in a single year from TripAdvisor travellers worldwide.

Paris takes second spot this year, with Rome rolling in at third place and Crete in fourth. However, New York, a long-time favourite with travellers worldwide, slips out of the top 10 completely.

London came second in 2018 and TripAdvisor says that its move into the top spot might be connected to the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Hayley Coleman, TripAdvisor spokesperson, said: ‘The global fascination with Harry and Meghan clearly has a powerful effect as this is the first time since 2016 that London has topped the world rankings.

‘With the couple’s new baby due imminently, London may continue to reap the rewards of the Harry and Meghan effect into 2020.’

Also proving popular is Bali, in fifth place, and the Thai resort of Phuket in sixth.

The rest of the top 10 comprises Barcelona (seventh), Istanbul (eighth), Marrakech (ninth) and Dubai (10th).

New York ended up ranking 13th in the list, behind Prague (11th) and Siem Reap (12th).

In the UK table, the north continues to beat the south with six winning destinations.

Edinburgh, Liverpool, Glasgow, Belfast, York and Manchester take second, third, fourth, fifth, eighth and ninth place respectively.

While in the south of the UK, London, Bath, the Isle of Wight and Jersey come in first, sixth, seventh and 10th respectively.

Laura Citron, CEO of Visit London, said: ‘We are delighted to see London top the list of TripAdvisor’s Global Traveller’s Choice awards.

A cyber-attack on a Norwegian aluminium company has cost it at least 300 million Norwegian kroner (£25.6m).

Hydro, which employs 35,000 people in 40 countries, was hit by malware last week.

The company said it was slowly bringing affected systems back online but the “preliminary” cost of the incident had been about 300-350 million kroner.

Most of those losses had been in its Extruded Solutions division, which makes aluminium facades, Hydro said.

Business impact

Overall production in this division was down 20-30% and one of its business units, which makes doors and windows, was “at a standstill”.

And machines normally automatically controlled by computers were being operated manually at some factories.

However, the company has won praise from cyber-security experts for its transparency.

Kevin Beaumont said in a detailed blog about the cyber-attack that Hydro had shown off “the best incident representation response plan I’ve ever seen”.

And Dale Paterson, who advises commercial companies on cyber-security issues, praised Hydro’s latest update as “tremendous” for detailing the business impact of the attack.

Speed limiting technology looks set to become mandatory for all vehicles sold in Europe from 2022, after new rules were provisionally agreed by the EU.

The Department for Transport said the system would also apply in the UK, despite Brexit.

Campaigners welcomed the move, saying it would save thousands of lives.

Road safety charity Brake called it a “landmark day”, but the AA said “a little speed” helped with overtaking or joining motorways.

Safety measures approved by the European Commission included intelligent speed assistance (ISA), advanced emergency braking and lane-keeping technology.

The EU says the plan could help avoid 140,000 serious injuries by 2038 and aims ultimately to cut road deaths to zero by 2050.

EU Commissioner Elzbieta Bienkowska said: “Every year, 25,000 people lose their lives on our roads. The vast majority of these accidents are caused by human error.

“With the new advanced safety features that will become mandatory, we can have the same kind of impact as when safety belts were first introduced.”

What is speed limiting technology and how does it work?

Under the ISA system, cars receive information via GPS and a digital map, telling the vehicle what the speed limit is.

This can be combined with a video camera capable of recognising road signs.


Speed limiter explainer

The system can be overridden temporarily. If a car is overtaking a lorry on a motorway and enters a lower speed-limit area, the driver can push down hard on the accelerator to complete the manoeuvre.

A full on/off switch for the system is also envisaged, but this would lapse every time the vehicle is restarted.

How soon will it become available?

It’s already coming into use. Ford, Mercedes-Benz, Peugeot-Citroen, Renault and Volvo already have models available with some of the ISA technology fitted.

However, there is concern over whether current technology is sufficiently advanced for the system to work effectively.

In particular, many cars already have a forward-facing camera, but there is a question mark over whether the sign-recognition technology is up to scratch.

Other approved safety features for European cars, vans, trucks and buses include technology which provides a warning of driver drowsiness and distraction, such as when using a smartphone while driving, and a data recorder in case of an accident.

DCMS (Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport) have launched a new campaign: Cyber Aware. This provides information for small businesses to help protect them from cyber attacks. For more information visit