Property investors have been hit by a hat-trick of measures in this year’s Autumn Statement, according to accountancy and business advisory firm, BDO LLP.
Miller Homes chief executive Chris Endsor commented on the Government’s Spending Review and Autumn Statement 2015.
James Simpson, a partner in the employment team at Blake Morgan, said: “The figures quoted by the chancellor bear out our own experience in this region – there is no doubt that the economy is growing, as it has been slowly and steadily since 2010. Inevitably at some point the recovery will stall but, with incomes rising […]
Mark Sismey-Durrant, chief executive officer at Hampshire Trust Bank, commented on the devolution of business rate setting to local councils.
Leading law firms Irwin Mitchell and Thomas Eggar today announce that they will merge to create a £250 million legal services business, a top-five private wealth legal team and a platform to significantly grow their combined business legal services operation.
The number of new businesses starting up in the South East grew by 7% in the year to March 2015 to reach a total of 243,000, according to the latest Barclays and BGF Entrepreneurs Index, a bi-annual series tracking the UK entrepreneurial lifecycle.
Regional law firm Knights, which is private-equity backed, is to acquire Darbys, the Oxford legal firm.
George Osborne’s Autumn Statement dishes out what some will call early Christmas presents and others policy U-turns, according to Thames Valley accountants James Cowper Kreston.
CMA Recruitment Group (CMA), the south’s leading independent accountancy and finance, HR and executive consultancy, recently marked its 35th anniversary at a celebratory luncheon at The Chewton Glen Hotel in the New Forest.
Gareth Anderson, tax partner at EY across the Thames Valley and South Coast, commented on the Autumn Statement: Mini Budget or merely a trailer?
MEPC has announced a new Jaguar and Land Rover dealership for Oxfordshire.
Michael Green, head of JLL’s Southampton office, commented on the chancellor’s Autumn Statement.
Simon Butler has joined the Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) Thames Valley property and asset management team from Carter Jonas. Based in the firm’s Oxford office, he will be responsible for the management of a number of assets in the region for clients such as Rockspring, TIAA Henderson Real Estate, Wesleyan Financial Services, Oxford University and Mayfair Capital Property […]
Local businesses recently heard the latest developments behind the attempt to break the world land speed record – 1,000mph.
The number of businesses just paying the interest on their debts in the South East – a key characteristic of ‘zombie businesses’ – has dropped from 23,000 in August 2014 to 15,000 now, according to research by the Southern Region Thames Valley Group of R3.
KPMG Reading and UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) are offering the opportunity for mobile startups from Reading to showcase at 4YFN (4 Years From Now) at Mobile World Congress 2016.
Leading Hampshire law firm Moore Blatch has strengthened its clinical negligence team with the appointment of two experienced solicitors.
Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has acquired a long-term lease on a 26,000 sq ft unit at Nursling Industrial Estate in Southampton on behalf of Total Produce. This is from Southampton agents Hellier Langston which acted on behalf of landlord Friends Life.
The UK’s fastest growing convenience store chain, Central Convenience Stores, has appointed Lee Peck Media as its PR and marketing agency. Ringwood-based Central was founded in 2012 and already has more than 60 stores in its target territory, the south and South West.
Country Estates Group this month celebrates its 50th anniversary. The business, based in Reading, has had a hugely successful 50 years, with two of the original staff, Bill Phelps and Gary Smith, still on the board today. The company, which includes Denton & Gibson and Darcliffe Homes, has grown from a business with five employees and a share […]