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Survey finds UK tax policies stifling business growth and innovation

UK tax policies are restricting business growth and innovation, according to new research by accountancy and advisory firm Azets, which has offices in Surrey and Kent.

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Kent housebuilder encourages more young people into construction

Ahead of National Careers Week (4-9 March), Kent housebuilder Redrow is encouraging more young people to consider a career in construction.

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Brighton’s Rubix VT welcomes four new additions to rapidly expanding team

Leading independent business telecoms provider Rubix VT has announced four new additions to its fast-growing team in Brighton.

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Construction firm opens Sussex office in Pacific House

Building company BMR Construction has moved into a second-floor office in Pacific House, based at Eastbourne’s Sovereign Harbour Innovation Park, to manage its portfolio of public and community projects in Sussex and expand into social housing.

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Pilbeam Construction sees bright future following management buy-out

West Sussex-based Pilbeam Construction has announced a management buy-out which sees Alan Corbett and Andrew Arrow take over the business from owner Simon Pilbeam, following his retirement.

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The Experts at MHA talk about the Autumn Statement  

Duncan Cochrane Dyet PartnerAuditduncan.cochrane-dyet@mha.co.uk In 2022 China built around 2,500 km of railway of which half were high speed tracks. HS2 was originally 330 miles, now reduced to 175 miles, and has taken 14 years to get to this stage. This is sobering stuff and illustrates the necessity of a long-term consistent strategy that cuts […]

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Sharing growth is a popular way to incentivise employees

Share Incentive schemes are a popular and well-recognised way for employers to attract, motivate, incentivise and retain staff. A key advantage is that they can be set up with varying rights to incentivise growth, which is becoming increasingly popular with employers. However, the receipt of shares and/or share options are potentially subject to income tax […]

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Could PAYE Settlement Agreements stop your employees from experiencing unexpected tax bills?

Businesses are suffering increased costs and employers are looking for various ways to reward their employees and keep them engaged beyond pay rises and bonuses. The issue however is that a lot of these alternative methods can be caught by the benefit in kind (BIK) rules. BIK’s need to be reported on a form P11D […]

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The Good Divorce

For too long, the options available to couples who needed legal support to navigate their way through a separation was limited to litigation and costly drawn-out court proceedings.    Over time though, the landscape for these couples has evolved and the legal support they require can now be tailored to match with their intentions to […]

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The telecoms industry is changing – what does it mean for your business?

The telecommunication industry is evolving at an unprecedented pace, and the ISDN and PSTN networks, which have served us well for decades, are no longer capable of meeting the demands of today’s digital world. The need for faster, more versatile and cost-effective communication solutions has led to the decision to switch off ISDN and PSTN […]

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Survey finds UK tax policies stifling business growth and innovation

UK tax policies are restricting business growth and innovation, according to new research by accountancy and advisory firm Azets, which has offices in Surrey and Kent.

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Kent housebuilder encourages more young people into construction

Ahead of National Careers Week (4-9 March), Kent housebuilder Redrow is encouraging more young people to consider a career in construction.

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Brighton’s Rubix VT welcomes four new additions to rapidly expanding team

Leading independent business telecoms provider Rubix VT has announced four new additions to its fast-growing team in Brighton.

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Construction firm opens Sussex office in Pacific House

Building company BMR Construction has moved into a second-floor office in Pacific House, based at Eastbourne’s Sovereign Harbour Innovation Park, to manage its portfolio of public and community projects in Sussex and expand into social housing.

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Pilbeam Construction sees bright future following management buy-out

West Sussex-based Pilbeam Construction has announced a management buy-out which sees Alan Corbett and Andrew Arrow take over the business from owner Simon Pilbeam, following his retirement.

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First CEO appointed at Folkestone’s Leas Lift

Folkestone’s Leas Lift has appointed Floortje Hoette as its first CEO, who will lead the restoration and reopening of the nationally significant heritage asset.

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Over a fifth of UK’s top 100 universities are not providing degree apprenticeships

The barriers to unlocking highly skilled workforces and economic growth across the South East have been uncovered by new research, which reveals that over a fifth (22%) of the UK’s top 100 universities still don’t deliver degree apprenticeships.

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Westerham pub reopens with a luxurious new look

The White Hart in Westerham, a town located in the Sevenoaks district of Kent, has undergone a stunning refurbishment and reopened to guests with a new look on Saturday 17 February.  

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Net Zero Technology Centre announces 2024 clean energy accelerator startup cohort

The Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) has announced its 2024 TechX Clean Energy Accelerator startup cohort.

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Carpenter Box joins Sumer Group

Sussex and South East accountants Carpenter Box has joined Sumer, a fast-growing UK accountancy and professional services group, which focuses on serving SMEs.

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10-year cultural strategy to boost Surrey as a county

The county of Surrey can be one of the UK’s cultural powerhouses within the next 10 years, say researchers from the University of Surrey.

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Floc. Brewery opens new bar at Folkestone Harbour

Folkestone Harbour has proudly announced that pioneering Kentish beer brand and brewery Floc. is now open at The Goods Yard.

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