Kier Property, the development arm of Kier Group, has gained consent for the Walworth Business Park development in Andover in Hampshire and is set to start on site in September following the elapse of a six-week judicial review period.
Innovation, client service and professional excellence were to the fore as two finalists ‘did the double’ with two awards apiece when the region’s property professionals gathered to honour their sector’s top performers within 16 categories assessed at this year’s South Coast Property Awards (SCPA).
Nicola Bennett has joined law firm Moorcrofts as a senior associate in the corporate team to meet the needs of the firm’s expanding workload and increasing client base. The team, headed up by renowned corporate partner Teri Hunter is now 11 strong, including four partners.
Lovell has awarded HBS Group Southern the contract to design, install and maintain all plumbing and heating and electrical services for 225 new homes being built at its fast-paced Bulford site, a development of Service Family Accommodation on Salisbury Plain.
The number of digital tech businesses started in Reading climbed by 260% between 2006 and 2016, according to research from Tech Nation, the new organisation that seeks to accelerate the digital tech sector and help ambitious entrepreneurs to grow their businesses. Tech Nation research has also found that Reading has […]
With one of the fastest growing business centres in the country Reading has been chosen for the UK launch of Project Heartbeat – a business/community partnership scheme designed to better protect lives.
Over 170 people from across the games industry in Guildford and the surrounding areas attended the fourth annual G3 Futures event, reflecting the support for continually strengthening the Guildford games cluster.
Southampton enjoyed both strong economic and employment growth across the first three months of 2018, according to a new report which also revealed good news for the city’s South Coast neighbours Portsmouth and Bournemouth.
The UK economy will experience tepid growth in 2018 due to a combination of higher inflation, reduced consumer spending and a loss of momentum in the eurozone economy, says the latest forecast from the EY ITEM Club.