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  • Ogilvie Construction has passed a major milestone in the building programme for the new AC by Marriott hotel in Glasgow, completing the structural steel framework. The 245-bed hotel, being built by Ogilvie for the Chris Stewart Group, will form part of a £100 million mixed use development to transform the north east corner of George Square.  It will incorporate the refurbished grade A listed Parish Halls alongside the new build section. Concrete floors were laid as the steel frame was erected and the next phase of the build will see the application of precast panels for the façade, along ...
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  • Agrovista UK’s #ForOurGrowers campaign has been launched with the help of a fleet of new delivery vehicles. Ogilvie Fleet delivered a batch of 28 Ford Transits to sites up and down the UK, with a unique livery for each of its 6 divisions. Agrovista are leading agronomy and crop protection experts providing services to farmers and growers and have been an Ogilvie customer for over 10 years. Ogilvie provide a full range of fleet services to Agrovista covering both leased and owned vehicles, alongside daily rental and driver services. The vehicles were wrapped by Nottingham-based AR Signs, with each ...
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  • Ogilvie Fleet has added another award to it's trophy cabinet - this time the Best Business Lease Award at the 2021 Business Motoring Awards! This is Ogilvie's second award win in as many months - having already scooped the Innovation in Customer Service Award at Fleet World’s Great British Fleet Awards.  2021 saw a record number of entries for the awards that judge the year's best in both vehicle manufacturers and suppliers.   Here is what Business Motoring had to say about Ogilvie Fleet: Innovative with technology and focused on solutions based on customers needs and the changing environment. Continual development to ...
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  • As of the 18th March 2021, the UK government has updated the grants available for plug in cars and vans. The maximum grant for cars is now £2,500 and only available on cars with a maximum RRP of £35,000. Full details about the grant and eligibility can be found here. ...
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