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Hellier Langston, acting on behalf of Travis Perkins, has let Unit 190, Ricardo Way, Ampress Park, Lymington to Halfords Autocentre. Ridgemoor acted on behalf of Halfords Autocentre.
Coach travel firm Lucketts Group is making a record-breaking £7.5m investment in its fleet this year. The cash injection comes as the company embarks on a new phase of expansion.
Global workspace provider Regus has opened the door to its first centre in Salisbury. The new workspace is located in Cross Keys House, an elegant, period building on Queens Street.
Europe’s leading cloud communications provider, Bracknell-based Content Guru, marks its official launch into the North American contact centre market with the announcement of a triple-header of exhibitions at leading US industry events.
South East manufacturers are urging the chancellor to maintain his focus on driving up productivity and pressing ahead with infrastructure investment in the forthcoming Budget to ensure that businesses are teed up for post-Brexit success.
Reading technology recruitment consultancy Austin Fraser has come third in the Sunday Times 2017 list of Best Small Companies to Work For. This is the fifth year in a row that the rapidly growing business has appeared on the list and is its highest placing on the list.
Clare Pelham, chief executive of the Epilepsy Society, will discuss Influencing – The Proper Role of Charities at Thames Valley law firm Blandy & Blandy LLP’s charities seminar, taking place in Reading on March 30.
James Cowper Kreston has advised in the £16.5m disposal of Oceanair Marine to Swedish-quoted business Dometic Group. The Corporate Finance team provided advisory services to the shareholders of Chichester-based Oceanair.
Culham and Oxford are at the centre of a landmark study revealing broad public support for driverless vehicles on Britain’s roads. Following a highly competitive bid process, the People in Autonomous Vehicles in Urban Environments [PAVE] consortium has secured joint funding by government and industry.
Communities secretary Sajid Javid has announced a government cash boost of £19.5 million for Dorset to help create jobs, support businesses and encourage growth. The latest award of Local Growth Funding is on top of £79m of already awarded to Dorset Local Enterprise Partnership.
Southampton law firm Moore Blatch, which also has offices in Lymington, the City of London and Richmond, has appointed Chris Marsden as a partner specialising in dispute resolution and real-estate disputes.
Ecrebo, the retail point-of-sale marketing specialist, has announced a £12 million investment from Air Miles and Nectar founder Sir Keith Mills and former Warburg Pincus head of Europe, Joseph Schull.
BAE Systems, which employs 4,000 people in maritime services in Portsmouth, Cowes, Chelmsford and Bristol, as well as its naval ships businesses co-located in Portsmouth, has reported sales up to £19 billion from £17.9b the previous year.
Help from Government to invest in new technologies and a better educated workforce top the wish list for manufacturing executives in London and the South East, according to a report from KPMG.
Voip Unlimited connected the world’s media at the launch of Sahara Force India Formula One team’s 2017 car. The official supplier, headquartered in Dorset, was commissioned to provide superfast internet connectivity to enable global publicity of the VJM10 car.
After a topsy-turvy 2016, the Reading office market has opened brightly in 2017, with a number of much heralded new developments finally coming on stream and fuelling new demand, according to the latest market commentary by agents Hicks Baker.
A new development on pirated films and music online comes as a step forward on the road to reducing mass copyright infringement. However, for the Reading-based Federation Against Software Theft (FAST), as intellectual property (IP) plays an important role in supporting the UK’s economy, the Government must take a keener interest in enforcement measures to protect […]
Managing agent SDL Bigwood is continuing to expand its team in the South East, with the appointment of a new regional operations manager. Gareth Brown has more than 30 years’ experience in residential property management and will oversee an eight-strong team from SDL Bigwood’s Southampton office.
The Reading office of national architects The Harris Partnership (THP) has delivered a major a new store development for Sainsbury’s in the London Borough of Sutton.
More than 200 professional marketers, creatives, business managers and marketing students are expected to attend this year’s Mike Warne event, hosted by Bournemouth University on Wednesday, March 1.