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Global accountancy and business advisory firm BDO LLP continues to expand its tax capability in the Thames Valley with the arrival of Carole Le Page as a corporate tax director in the firm’s Reading office.
A new £1.7 million visual arts gallery, makers’ studios and café facility will open in spring 2018, and replace the ageing, prefabricated New Greenham Arts building on Greenham Business Park, Newbury. Located by the entrance of the business park, the new arts facility will become a central hub, providing a home to some of the […]
Thames Valley estate and letting agent Davis Tate has announced the appointment of Matthew Bates as managing director following the decision by founder members, Matthew Davis and David Tate, to step down from the position following 25 successful years at the helm. Both, however, will play an active role in the business moving forward.
The Thames Valley Property Awards – the biggest property night in the region outside London – is set to be a record-breaking event, with more than 500 guests flocking to Ascot Racecourse on May 11.
Segro has posted a strong set of results for 2016 thanks to strong demand for its warehouses, especially from retailers adapting to the boom in online sales.
Patrizia, which owns Chineham Park, Basingstoke, and Winnersh Triangle, near Reading, exceeded its profit forecast for the 2016 financial year significantly following a strong performance in the fourth quarter.
Salaries for UK property professionals remained robust in 2017, according to the latest survey by RICS & Macdonald & Company, but the gender pay gap has increased from last year.
Profitability and turnover growth in the Thames Valley slowed in the second half of 2016, according to the latest Thames Valley Business Barometer published by accountancy and business advisory firm BDO and PR and marketing agency C8 Consulting.
The deadline for nominations for the Thames Valley Deals Awards has been extended until February 24 – to give all in the corporate finance community the opportunity to complete their entries.
Audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has appointed Rowan Williams as the new managing partner in its Gatwick office. She will take over the reins from Kirsty Sandwell who steps down as office managing partner in April but will continue as head of corporate finance for the south.
The Southampton office of national law firm Bond Dickinson LLP, alongside Kemp Little LLP, has advised Swiss technology group RUAG on its acquisition of Reading-based cyber security specialist Clearswift.
A significant rise in people re-mortgaging to improve their existing homes could hit the new-build property market during 2017, leading mortgage broker Chris Schutrups has warned.
Goadsby Commercial has disposed of Trinity Industrial Estate, Southampton. The estate comprises nine industrial units, and provides a current rental income of £109,900 per annum plus includes two vacant units.
The South Coast industrial market has weathered the Brexit uncertainty storm robustly but remains hampered by the long term issue of a lack of good quality supply. Strong demand from occupiers is removing almost all prime stock from the market and pushing up rents, according to Lambert Smith Hampton.
The University of Surrey has developed an innovative ‘all-in-one’ password system that will allow users to use their face, eyes or fingerprints – alongside or instead of word-based systems – on their work or home computers.
NatWest is set to launch a new digital platform to allow small and medium sized businesses to quickly obtain unsecured loans of up to £150,000.
Kier Property is looking to forward sell the bulk of its 20-acre Reading Gateway site, Hewlett-Packard’s former home and one of Reading’s largest developments coming forward.
Women’s rights will take centre stage for an evening of talks hosted by leading Oxford law firm Blake Morgan, sponsors of Women in Business, the campaign run by The Business Magazine.
Global cloud HR and people software provider Fairsail, identified as a ‘One to Watch’ company in the Southern Tech 100 run by The Business Magazine, has announced 2016 annual revenues hit £10 million – up from £1m in 2013, while it doubled its workforce to 135 employees.
Terence O’Rourke has been nominated for a prestigious industry award. The multi-award winning consultant is finalist in the category for the Employer Award for Excellence at the Royal Town Planning Institute’s (RTPI) Awards for Planning Excellence 2017.