News Releases


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13 September 2021
  • Mitie has launched its new Plan Zero BoltON packages, offering simple solutions such as remote building management, lighting optimisation, solar power, and electric vehicle (EV) charge point infrastructure to help organisations reach their net zero targets
  • The packages can be easily scaled and rolled out as single, multiple or combined modules to suit different types of buildings
  • Mitie will cover the initial costs of equipment, such as solar panels or EV charge points, with customers only charged a monthly subscription fee once the installation has been completed
8 September 2021
  • Most Brits are still nervous about heading to the high street, with 73% worried about visiting shops and cafés without visible Covid-19 measures in place
  • More than half (53%) of adults say they will only go into shops with visible Covid measures in place, such as air ventilation, UV technology and increased cleaning regimes
  • Consumers will spend around half an hour longer in stores and cafes with measures in place
26 August 2021
  • Mitie has won a new life systems contract with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) worth £29 million
  • Under the new contract, Mitie will be responsible for the maintenance of all water, fire, lift and electrical systems across 900 UK sites
  • This is in addition to Mitie’s existing contract to deliver cleaning, maintenance, and engineering services for DWP
12 August 2021
  • Mitie has announced its roadmap to decarbonise all its sites across the UK, committing to achieve its first four net zero sites this year
  • An additional 14 sites are planned to be decarbonised every year until 2025, when Mitie will have an entirely net zero estate
  • Mitie has also committed to energy optimisations equivalent to saving 26 tonnes of CO2 a year and investing in energy efficiency measures such as LED lighting, insulation and upgrading old equipment
10 August 2021
  • Mitie has become a Corporate Patron of Plantlife, committing to work alongside the conservation charity to improve the UK’s biodiversity
  • Plantlife will share the latest best practice and techniques to support biodiversity and pollinators for Mitie to deliver and share with its customers
5 August 2021
  • Mitie to acquire DAEL Ventures UK, including DAEL Telecom, JB Towers and JISTICS, for £15 million
  • Creating a new Mitie Telecoms division within the Technical Services business, DAEL UK and Mitie will offer an end-to-end service giving Mitie market leading capabilities, from mast design through to the decommissioning of sites
2 August 2021
  • Mitie has installed over 850 electric vehicle (EV) charge points for customers across the UK and Ireland, with 10 installed at Royal London’s office in Alderley Park
  • Using its sustainability and fleet management expertise, Mitie is also helping Royal London maintain and manage its EV charge point infrastructure to support its decarbonisation goals
  • These customer charge points are in addition to over 1,000 EV chargers already installed at Mitie’s own sites and at its employees’ homes, to support the switch of its entire fleet of vehicles to electric
14 July 2021
  • More than half (52%) of British employees currently working from home (WFH) are ready to return to the office, with 43% admitting to WFH fatigue
  • Over a third (35%) are still concerned that their offices are not COVID secure
  • Better ventilation systems, increased cleaning regimes, and technology like ultraviolet disinfection systems and desk booking apps are all on the list of measures employees want to see in their workplaces
8 July 2021
  • Mitie has met or exceeded all 13 of its ESG targets for FY20/21
  • Hitting these targets keeps Mitie on track to reach zero operational emissions by 2025, 25 years ahead of the UK Government’s target
  • New Social Value report outlines excellent progress across all areas of Mitie’s ESG strategy
5 July 2021
  • Mitie has supported Essex County Council with the installation of roof mounted solar panels at 15 schools across the county
  • The panels will generate 700,000 kWh of energy, equivalent to powering 185 homes a year, saving 180 tonnes of CO2 and around £115,000 annually
  • A further 28 school sites and council buildings will also have solar panels installed over the next 3 months, saving an additional 220 tonnes of CO2 a year