Zube Creative transform ACS logo in company rebranding excercise.
ACS is a specialist building company providing building and repair solutions to the insurance industry in the Midlands, Milton Keynes and surrounding areas.
They provide the vital role of organising and fulfilling the work between the insured claim and the full restoration work - from the replacement of broken sanitary ware, kitchens, leakage resolution and restoration to the reinstatement of fire or flood damaged homes.
ACS have an expert in house team covering ALL major disciplines including: qualified electricians, corgi registered heating, plumbing and gas engineers, roofing, carpentry, groundwork, bricklaying, plastering, painting and decorating. This in house workforce enables ACS to provide fast response times, tight cost control and consistent quality workmanship.
What do you think of ACS's rebranded logo? Would your business benefit from a brand makeover? Check out the Zube branding portfolio for more examples of our branding and logo design work.
Zube Creative are pleased to announce a new web design for CCS.
Midlands based CCS Group Services provide professional cleaning services to the construction, industrial and commercial industries.
CCS is a very well established company with key clients nationwide. They are committed to achieving the highest standards and pride themselves on their quality of service and customer satisfaction.
CCS: Committed to Reliability | Competent in Service | Safety as a Standard
What do you think of our new website design for CCS? If you'd like to see more check out our website design portfolio. Don't hesitate to get in touch if you'd like to discuss your design project.
The Design Council will lose its status as a Government-funded body and become an independent charity under plans to reform quangos.
The Cabinet Office says the Design Council will no longer be a non-departmental Government body, saying it will seek to establish the organisation as an independent charity, subject to Privy Council agreement.
The Design Council says it is to implement a new structure and operational plan in light of this decision.
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, which previously managed the funding of the Design Council, says, 'The innovative work of the Design Council will continue and be enhanced by seeking a change in the status of [the] organisation from a public body into a private-sector charity.
'The Design Council would operate as an independent not-for-profit organisation incorporated by Royal Charter and continue to champion design as a driver of innovation and economic growth, working in close partnership with Government.'
The decision to change the Design Council's status follows a review of the organisation conducted by Martin Temple, chairman of manufacturer the 600 Group and council member of the Design Council.
A statement from the Design Council says, 'The Design Council welcomes the findings of Martin Temple's review and is working hard with its sponsor department, BIS, to implement its recommendations. It will continue to work as an independent organisation in close partnership with BIS to place design at the heart of society and the economy. This work will focus on three areas outlined in the review: design demonstration, knowledge networks and design policy advice to Government.'
The statement adds, 'The Design Council will continue to be financed through a combination of sources, as has been the case for the past few years. This includes reduced funding from Government, subject to the outcome of the spending review, and contracts with others, for example, with Government departments to act as an intermediary when commissioning complex public projects. These will be in strict accordance with the Design Council's charitable objectives.'
The announcement comes as part of a Cabinet Office review process which has covered 679 NDPBs and 222 other statutory bodies across all Government departments. A total of 192 of these bodies will cease to be public bodies, 118 will be merged down into 57 bodies, and 171 are proposed for substantial reform while retaining their NDPB status.
Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office, says, 'The landscape for public bodies needs radical reform to increase transparency and accountability, to cut out duplication of activity and to discontinue activities which are simply no longer needed.'
The changes to the quangos will come into force following the introduction of the Public Bodies Bill.
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