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EDITOR’S VOICE EDITOR’S VOICE


Editorial Editor Ryan Lloyd ryan@opusbm.co.uk


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mark@opusbm.co.uk Hello and welcome to the November issue of Tomorrow’s FM.


The clocks have finally changed, the frost has begun to settle and the trials and tribulations of another year will soon draw to a close. You’d be forgiven


for thinking 2019 has thrown enough at us, that’s it’s time to nest away and get ready for the impending festivities. Not so, dear readers.


An imminent election now looms on the horizon with 12th December set as the date the country will go to the polls. The next six weeks will no doubt come to reflect how we intend to go into the next decade: with a steadfast


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belief that we can tackle the coming challenges head on or with a renewed sense of disillusionment at an uncertain world. One thing that is assured in and amongst the noise, is the sedulous nature of the FM industry and those striving to keep the workplaces up and down the country working smoothly, and here at TFM we’re ready to steer a steady ship through the murky waters.


In this issue, our core focus is on ‘Fire Safety & Disaster Recovery’ and ‘Front of House’. In the former, we spoke to Aidan Bell, Co-founder of Envirobuild, who shares his insights into the poor management that led to the Grenfell tragedy, and offers his opinion on why the current legislation does not do enough to ensure the safety of those still living in buildings with similar cladding. Meanwhile, The Argyll Club suggests that the future of front of


house management – and indeed the flexible workspace as a whole – rests on adopting a comprehensive service-focused model.


There’s plenty more to get you teeth stuck into before you lose them eating too many Cadbury’s Heroes, including features on HVAC and Total FM.


All the very best.


Ryan Lloyd, Editor FOLLOW US ON TWITTER OR TWEET US https://twitter.com/TomorrowsFM @TOMORROWSFM


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