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Spice Holdings

Spice has sold its Aylesbury-based Facilities Services Group business to a management team backed by NBGI Private Equity for £9m.

Spice, the Leeds-based utility services provider, is to be acquired by private equity firm Cinven for £251m.

Spice has sold its gas boiler maintenance division to Booth Securities for a nominal sum.

Spice has agreed to sell its telecoms business to Siatel Holdings, a vehicle backed by funds managed by Gresham, for £33m.

Spice has acquired Agrilek, the Cumbrian engineering services firm with 120 staff, in order to expand its Freedom Group division.

Spice has acquired ComGroup, the Australian supplier of mobile radio handsets with 100 staff, for £6.9m.

Spice has acquired National Industry Fuel Efficiency Service, the energy consultancy with 114 staff in Altrincham, Glasgow, Nottingham and Bishops Stortford, for up to £7.5m.

Spice has acquired Morrel Consulting, the water industry consultancy, for up to £5.2m.

Spice has acquired Mono Services, the Eccles-based housing maintenance firm with 123 staff, from Mavinwood for £0.5m.

Spice has acquired British Power International, the Colchester-based electrical engineering firm with 70 staff, for up to £10m.

Spice has acquired Melton Power Services of Melton Mowbray for £4.5m, Utility Technology of Cambridgeshire for £0.1m and Line Design Solutions of Flintshire for £0.1m.

Spice has acquired Energy 2000 Marketing, the Lytham-based commercial energy broker with 19 staff, for up to £5.5m.

Spice has acquired Gas Heating UK, the Glasgow-based gas appliance installation and maintenance company with 140 staff, for £2.2m.

Spice has acquired Saturn Energy, the Liverpool-based commercial energy broker with 11 staff, for an initial £3.5m.

Spice is to acquire Redbridge Management Services, the Chepstow-based infrastructure support company with 68 staff, for an initial £3.1m.

Spice is to acquire Mechanical & Electrical Training Company, the Rotherham-based company with 59 staff, for an initial £4m, as well as GMT Holdings, the heating systems supplier with 38 staff, for an initial £2.5m.

Spice is to acquire Revenue Assurance Services, the provider of energy imbalance billing services to utilities, for £103m.

Spice has acquired Homerton Heating, the Bedford-based public sector gas and heating services company with 22 staff, for £1.5m.

Spice has acquired Atlanta Facilities, the Aylesbury-based facilities management company with 26 staff, for £0.8m, as well as Optimal Utility Services of the North West for £0.3m.

Spice is to raise £20m in a share placing on Aim to fund the expansion of its gas maintenance business.

Spice is to acquire ParGas, the public sector gas and heating services company with about 150 staff in London and the South East, for an initial £9.5m.

Spice has acquired Apollo Heating, the Manchester-based supplier of domestic and commercial heating systems with 180 staff, for £10m.

Spice Holdings is to acquire Inenco Holdings, the Lancashire-based energy management company with 130 staff, for £12m.

Spice Holdings has acquired Breval Technical Services, the Glasgow-based heating, ventilation and air-conditioning company, for £8.4m.

Spice Holdings has acquired Maintenance & Technical Services, the Ipswich-based power networks company with offices in Downham Market and Birmingham, for an initial £2.1m.

Spice Holdings is to acquire Baineport Engineering Services, the Ely-based electrical services company with 170 staff, for up to £5m.

Spice Holdings has acquired Kemac Services, the Leicestershire-based water services company, for £6.2m.

Spice Holdings has acquired Hutchison Communication Systems, the provider of telephone maintenance and installation services, for up to £5m.

Spice Holdings has acquired Circle Britannia and ServiceLine for £15m, in order to expand its commercial facilities management business.

Spice Holdings is to acquire Lamva, the provider of civil and electrical services to the electricity utility sector with 215 staff, for £5.9m.

Spice Holdings has acquired the water meter installation business of Atlantic Utility Services out of receivership for £0.6m.

Spice, the Leeds-based utilities support services company, has raised £11m in a share issue, and is now looking to expand the business through organic growth and acquisitions.

Spice Holdings has acquired H2O Water Services, the Leeds-based installer of water meters and pipes with 350 staff, in a multi-million pound deal.