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Everton’s new stadium could boost local economy by £1bn
Everton Football Club’s proposed new stadium at Bramley Moore Dock would provide a £1bn boost to the local economy, according to planners.
Sport England injects £10m into projects to get older adults active
"People are living longer but not necessarily in the best of health" – Mike Diaper, executive director, Sport England
IOG offers duty of care advice to Independent Schools
At a recent ISBA (Independent Schools Bursars Association) Conference in London, IOG learning programme architect, Chris Gray, advised bursars and estates managers on a range of practical issues th
IOG supports skills development through Training Needs Analysis
The IOG has launched a new service designed to help managers and grounds staff map out a training and education journey.
Goodwood Sports Turf Innovation & Education Day – 19 October
IOG members are invited to attend an educational day at the picturesque Goodwood to network with industry experts and top turf managers who will highlight the latest technical innovations and share
2018 Party for Perennial tickets now on sale
Tickets are on sale for the annual Party for Perennial, which will take place on Thursday 18 January 2018.
‘Why Amenity Matters Week’ highlights green spaces and champions the ‘heroes’...
This week (25 September – 1 October) marks Why Amenity Matters Week.
Fields In Trust launch search for Best Park 2017
Fields in Trust (FIT) has launched this year's campaign to find the UK's Best Park, as voted by the general public.
Dundee FC formalises stadium plans
Scottish Premiership football club Dundee FC has tabled plans to leave its current Dens Park home and build a new stadium in the north of the city.
Steve Brown appointed new chief executive of RFU
The Rugby Football Union (RFU) has appointed Steve Brown as its new CEO, with the move concluding an “extensive selection process”, led by a board nominations panel which concluded on 31 August.