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  • Stephens Scown advises ReneSola Ltd on the acquisition of two 5MW solar projects
    Working closely with our client and a number of third parties we were able to give expert commercial advice every step of the way from preparing certificates of title and completing a full due diligence exercise on both projects to advising on the issues surrounding planning grid connection and accreditation of the projects We were delighted to be able to advise ReneSola in the successful conclusion of the deal Antonio Ponce Business Development Director of ReneSola Ltd said The best thing about this transaction is that we completed it in a short timeframe with Stephens Scown s great and unconditional support This latest deal builds on Stephens Scown s extensive expertise within the solar market To date the team has been involved in assisting over 1GW of solar projects either in the pipeline contracted or built nationally within the UK Stephens Scown s renewable energy team has 11 specialist lawyers focussing on renewable energy work making it the largest in the region The team has been recognised by independent legal guide Legal 500 which highlights the expertise of the team s head Sonya Bedford The firm is passionate in its support for sustainable energy from solar to wind farms hydro electric power and anaerobic digestion plants The firm advised on the country s very first wind farm at Delabole in Cornwall as well as the first solar farm at Wheal Jane in Cornwall The team now works for clients with projects throughout the UK and Europe Stephens Scown has over 290 staff including more than 50 partners across its offices in Truro St Austell and Exeter For more information visit www stephens scown co uk Post navigation Previous Post BCC Consumer led growth demonstrates unbalanced nature of our economic recovery Next Post April 2018 is approaching fast and the Minimum

    Original URL path: http://www.cornwallchamber.co.uk/updates/stephens-scown-advises-renesola-ltd-on-the-acquisition-of-two-5mw-solar-projects/ (2016-04-26)
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  • BCC: Consumer-led growth demonstrates unbalanced nature of our economic recovery
    in retail sales This consumer led growth demonstrates the unbalanced nature of our economic recovery While a vibrant consumer sector is important in order to secure our economic future the UK needs to seek more balanced growth More must be done to boost other areas of our economy such as exports and investment Post navigation Previous Post BCC Planning system still not fit for business Next Post Stephens Scown advises ReneSola Ltd on the acquisition of two 5MW solar projects Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still lies ahead A financial controller from a Truro based organisation has gained chartered status after completing three years of studying BCC Disappointing retail sales reinforce concerns of slowing economy New Tax Year Offers Tax Savings BCC comments on labour market statistics Recent Comments Mark George on The Isles of Scilly become some of the best connected islands in the world Archives April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April

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  • Page 3 – Cornwall Chamber of Commerce
    tin mine Leading South West law firm Stephens Scown LLP has advised Canadian company Strongbow Exploration Inc on the acquisition of the South Crofty tin mine in Cornwall The deal gives Strongbow Exploration Inc the right to acquire from administration a 100 interest in the South Crofty Tin Project and associated mineral rights The South Crofty Tin Read More Turn on the Tap Inspired by the original and popular Bude Beach Care Refill scheme Clean Cornwall in association with St Austell Brewery and Surfers Against Sewage is taking the battle against littering to the next level with Turn on the Tap a countywide free water refill campaign Turn on the Tap aims to turn off the Read More The proof is in the pudding for local employers Professional cookery students from a local College had the perfect opportunity to show off their new found skills when they hosted a recent Cornwall business event The students all part of the Rick Stein Academy at Truro and Penwith College worked in the kitchen and on front of house duties at the College s Truro restaurant in order to Read More Dozen new clients move into Cornish Innovation centre An award winning business acceleration centre has welcomed 12 newclients in the last quarter as it marks its 3rd anniversary of supporting Cornish businesses to innovate and grow The Health and Wellbeing Innovation Centre HWIC basedat Treliske in Truro is one of three Cornwall Innovation Centres operated by Plymouth University on behalf of Cornwall Council to Read More Budget 2016 OBR growth forecast downgraded but recovery set to continue OBR forecast GDP growth of 2 0 in 2016 2 2 in 2017 and 2 1 in 2018 Higher debt and budget deficit figures forecast in the next few years but budget still predicted to

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  • Katie
    Partnership the non profit making official Destination Management Organisation and business lead for the Isles of Scilly is seeking an independent non Executive Chairman to help its Board and Executive Director drive forward the continued recovery and growth of the visitor economy on the Isles of Scilly The position is voluntary although travel expenses will be Read More Sydenhams achieve ESOS compliance Leading independent timber builders merchants Sydenhams have a long tradition of supplying timber and building materials throughout Hampshire Wiltshire Dorset Oxfordshire Avon and the Isle of Wight Established in Poole in 1874 Sydenhams now incorporates a timber engineering business and supplies building needs throughout its network of 28 branches across the UK RECOMMENDATION Sydenhams Read More Royal Duchy s new car The Directors of the Royal Duchy Hotel in Falmouth are delighted with the acquisition of their new Citroen DS3 from their sister company Taw Citroen The car s distinctive design features are enhanced by the addition of the Royal Duchy and Brend Hotels logos The car will be used primarily to raise awareness of the hotel Read More Cornwall s newest and biggest dedicated conference and training venue Truro and Penwith College officially open Haven House Cornwall s newest and biggest dedicated conference and training venue Christmas came early for Cornwall s leading business men and women on Friday as they came together in Truro to celebrate the opening of Cornwall s largest dedicated conference and training venue The Leadership conference organised by the Cornwall Business Read More TRAC wins Horizon Award for up and coming talent TRAC Services had reason to celebrate this week after wonderful success at the TOPRA Awards for Regulatory Excellence Kirsty Cotton Senior Regulatory Affairs Executive at TRAC was awarded the Horizon Award at this year s TOPRA Awards for Regulatory Affairs

    Original URL path: http://www.cornwallchamber.co.uk/updates/author/katie/ (2016-04-26)
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  • The Isles of Scilly become ‘some of the best connected islands in the world’
    to each other New fibre optic cables have been laid from the main island St Mary s to Tresco and between Tresco and Bryher whilst new microwave radio links have been used to provide the same fibre broadband services for St Agnes and St Martins The pioneering project is part of the 132 million Superfast Cornwall initiative between the European Regional Development Fund BT and Cornwall Council which plans to make fibre broadband available to 95 percent of homes and businesses in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly by the end of 2014 Kim Conchie Chief Executive of Cornwall Chamber of Commerce commented The dramatic pictures of the Superfast cable being laid along the ocean floor to Scilly earlier in the year clearly demonstrated how technology can overcome previously tricky physical and geographical barriers This was a moment when Scillonians felt that new careers in knowledge based industries became available to them We must now work to make sure that the people of Scilly are given the training the confidence and the ongoing support to enable them to take full advantage of this giant technological step Post navigation Previous Post Real life Rembrandt gets the crime scene touch Next Post Go ahead given for new development in Saltash One Comment Add yours Mark George says December 2 2014 at 3 36 pm It s interesting to note that Cornwall and more specifically Porthcurno was until recently the centre of world telecommunications The Telegraph Station at Porthcurno was the largest in the world during the World Wars and the Training College which operated until the early 1990 s had students from all over the globe If you re interested then take a look at the Telegraph Museum Porthcurno Reply Leave a Reply to Mark George Cancel reply Your email address will

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  • April 2016 – Page 2
    0 3 rise in the year to February Rises in air fares and clothing prices were the main contributors to the March increase partially offset by a fall in food prices Commenting on the inflation figures for March 2016 published today Read More BCC Consumer led growth demonstrates unbalanced nature of our economic recovery Retail sales volumes in February 2016 were 0 4 on the month but up 3 8 on the year Average store prices fell by 2 5 in February 2016 compared with February 2015 Commenting on the retail sales figures for February 2016 published by the ONS David Kern BCC Chief Economist said Despite the small monthly decline Read More Has your business completed its register of Persons with Significant Control Leading Cornish law firm Stephens Scown LLP is warning companies and limited liability partnerships LLPs that they must complete their register of Persons with Significant Control PSC by 6 April with failure to undertake this being a criminal offence committed by the Company and its controlling officers Introduced under the Small Business Enterprise and Read More April 2018 is approaching fast and the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards MEES could stop you from leasing your property Act now From the 1st April 2018 it will be unlawful to let or renew the lease of any commercial or residential property that has an Energy Performance Certificate EPC rating lower than an E Furthermore from April 2020 and 2023 all tenanted residential and commercial properties respectively will also be subject to the new requirements unless Read More Stephens Scown advises ReneSola Ltd on the acquisition of two 5MW solar projects The renewable energy and corporate teams of leading Cornish law firm Stephens Scown LLP have acted for ReneSola Ltd one of the world s largest renewable energy companies and

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  • Law firm shows the way with shared ownership model
    all about giving everyone a real stake in the business No matter what role someone has we are all part of the same team and I wanted part of everyone s remuneration to come from an equal sharing of profits Everyone in the firm is totally behind this the partners included When I started consulting on the model three years ago the really strong feedback was that the bonus should be shared equally with no differentiations according to grade or seniority etc We are all in it together I m delighted that the new scheme has now been given the green light after several years of discussion and work I believe it will have a tremendously positive impact on the firm Back office support staff in particular will feel much more involved as we will all be working towards the same goal Stephens Scown s scheme has been officially approved by the Solicitors Regulation Authority SRA and will begin from its new financial year starting 1 May 2016 though will apply to the bonus pot for the current financial year May 2015 April 2016 While John Lewis has become well known for its shared ownership scheme few other partnerships have followed suit though there have been signs that it could begin to spread Accountancy firm Grant Thornton and most recently law firm Mishcon de Reya have announced their intention to introduce or consult on introducing similar schemes Limited companies and PLCs are actively encouraged by the Government to operate employee ownership models which see staff purchasing or being given shares and receiving dividends and there are tax incentives for corporates to do so But for the non corporate partnership sector who don t issue shares the situation has been different I hope our scheme shows other partnerships a way forward Robert Camp said This model could become a blueprint for thousands of partnerships across the country in law accountancy and many other professional services sectors The two most important things in running a business are client service and staff engagement The more you can increase staff engagement and motivation to excel the better your client service will be and the more profitable the business will become It s about creating a virtuous circle that benefits everyone That is what our new shared ownership model is designed to help us achieve It s an exciting moment for the firm and gives everyone a huge positivity about the future The firm has also been boosted recently by the news that it ranked at number 12 in the mid sized companies list of the prestigious Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For and was awarded Best Improved having previously ranked number 39 in 2015 on its first attempt With the survey being entirely dependent on the views of staff it is a good barometer of the level of staff engagement Stephens Scown has over 300 staff including more than 50 partners across its offices in Exeter Truro and St Austell For more information

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  • Stephens Scown advises on acquisition of Cornish tin mine
    that South Crofty represents one of the best tin opportunities currently available Cornwall is a world class tin district and South Crofty is one of the best known mines in that district with a mining history spanning over 400 years Support for new mine development in the UK is demonstrated by the recent start up of Wolf Minerals Drakelands tungsten and tin mine located in the neighbouring county of Devon the development of Dalradian Resources Curraghinalt gold project in Northern Ireland and Sirius Minerals York Potash project in North Yorkshire We view these developments as extremely positive for the development of South Crofty and this acquisition fits into our objective of acquiring high quality assets in the strategic metals space Stephens Scown is delighted to continue to act for Strongbow in relation to South Crofty building on its long established track record of advising the mining and minerals sector Sally Norcross Webb mining lawyer at Stephens Scown who acts for Strongbow said It has been a complex negotiation process but I am delighted that a deal has now been signed between Strongbow Galena Special Situations Master Fund Limited and Tin Shield Production Inc Stephens Scown has over 290 staff including more than 50 partners across its offices in Exeter Truro and St Austell For more information visit www stephens scown co uk Post navigation Previous Post Turn on the Tap Next Post Law firm shows the way with shared ownership model Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still lies ahead A financial controller from a Truro based organisation has gained chartered status after completing three years of studying BCC Disappointing retail sales reinforce

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