MOD land is held solely for the purpose of training the Armed Forces. Managing this land to enable the military to prepare for real-life situations is a crucial part of DIO’s role.
The Estates team is the home of our in-house real estate experts within DIO. We advise, acquire, manage, safeguard and dispose of the Defence land and buildings for our military customers.
Last week, we hosted the first ever virtual Sanctuary Awards, celebrating the achievements of teams and individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to sustainability and conservation across the MOD estate.
This week we hosted the first ever virtual Sanctuary Awards ceremony! The Sanctuary Awards have been showcasing outstanding sustainability and conservation efforts across the Ministry of Defence (MOD) estate since 1991, celebrating the achievements of teams and individuals in the …
Last July, the Chancellor and the Secretary of State for Defence, Ben Wallace MP, announced a significant investment in military accommodation. As the part of the MOD responsible for managing housing for military personnel and their families, it has …
It has been a busy and challenging year for DIO. In addition to supporting the government’s wider COVID-19 relief efforts, we continued to deliver on a range of key projects and programmes for our customers and staff throughout the UK and abroad. Let’s look back at some of the year’s main achievements.
Nominations for the MOD Sanctuary Awards close on 31 July and we’re still looking for entries for some of our new award categories.
Greetings from Europe! Many of you won’t have heard of the DIO European Support Group (ESG), headquartered in Mons, Belgium.
Many of us have faced challenges as part of the coronavirus pandemic, including our Service personnel and their families who have been stationed abroad while on deployment overseas. We've been working to provide them with accommodation in the UK.
The coronavirus outbreak has posed many challenges for facilities management staff, partners and our customers but we have strong relationships with one another and this has made it much easier to respond to the current crisis.