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  • Has your business made plans for the result of the EU vote? - Shropshire Business Today
    EU referendum at the most senior levels whether or not they decide to say anything in public Allie Renison Head of Europe and Trade Policy at the IoD said The Prime Minister is absolutely right to say businesses must play an important role in the run up to the EU referendum First and foremost they have a duty to their shareholders employees and customers to be discussing the implications of the vote at the most senior levels We are concerned that not all businesses are preparing themselves sufficiently for the UK s most significant political and economic decision for a generation The vote is going to happen and businesses need to work out how the result will affect their operations and begin planning accordingly Discussions should cover everything from dealing with any uncertainty in the run up to the vote assessing how any reforms David Cameron secures will affect them and preparing for the possibility of Brexit These are complex issues with a host of factors known and unknown But that is no excuse for not talking about the issue While both campaigns will be hard at work trying to get businesses to make public statements supporting their side ultimately the decision must be up to the firms themselves Businesses want to see the Prime Minister pushing reforms to make the EU more economically competitive including taking the shears to unnecessary regulation With half of IoD members saying their vote in the referendum depends on what reforms David Cameron is able to achieve his full focus now must be on the negotiations with other EU states SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article 2016 Shropshire Business Awards are launched Next article New home for long established Shrewsbury architects Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule

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  • Redundant barns to become homes in £1.5m development scheme - Shropshire Business Today
    near Ellesmere The 12 month restoration project is being carried out on behalf of client the Tudor Griffiths Group which is supplying all the building materials from its own network of builders merchants and concrete plants across Shropshire This includes everything from concrete floors through to the quality kitchens and bathrooms being used to finish the barns to the highest of standards The traditional agricultural barns are no longer viable for modern farming techniques and will be sympathetically restored to create three and four bedroom homes James West Head of Morris Property said We are pleased to be working on such an interesting restoration project and intend to retain as much of the existing structure as possible to preserve the building s authenticity We will be re using bricks and slates to keep the exterior of the building in sympathy with its surroundings whilst creating a thoroughly modern fit out to today s exacting standards inside the barns Stuart Lawrence Group Estates Manager at Tudor Griffiths said The homes will be built to a high standard and we expect them to generate a lot of interest As well as having character to appeal to buyers the site is in a lovely rural setting with superb views We chose Morris Property for the project because of its expertise and reputation for quality We know Morris will do a superb job for us Work has started on site and will be carried out in phases with completion expected in September 2016 SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Busy winter ahead after energy firm earns official certification Next article Why technology holds the key to business growth in 2016 Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff emails Three is the magic

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  • Three-year hospice contract for Shropshire law firm - Shropshire Business Today
    at Lanyon Bowdler and client care partner for Severn Hospice said As we have worked with the Hospice for a number of years we already have a sound working knowledge of their legal matters and that combined with our extensive knowledge of local planning and property markets enables us to provide them with high quality legal services that represent real value for money They currently have 21 shops throughout the county and we will be assisting with lease renewals and all the aspects which go with these such as dilapidations as well as new leases as they extend their portfolio New leases may require planning consents and our newly appointed planning specialist David Brammer will advise the Hospice in this area Mr Evans said long standing relationships with clients were very important to the firm He added We highly value our strong relationship with Severn Hospice and have seen first hand the amazing work that it does to care for people across the county The Hospice has helped our staff and their families with care and support at times of great need and we are proud to support them as they look to develop innovative new projects in coming years to enable them to continue to provide their invaluable free specialist care Norma Ross Severn Hospice director of income generation said The Hospice is looking to the future as it takes its retail department to the next level The contribution from our donors and shoppers is vital to fund patient care and giving the communities we serve a local focus for their engagement with our hospice We wanted to appoint a firm who could give us a dedicated and experienced team to work closely with us and deliver value for money We are delighted to be able to continue to

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  • Transport boost for Community First Responders - Shropshire Business Today
    on the way The new car with from left Michelle Bunyan Emily Edwards Steve Hughes and Danielle Rowark Community First Responder Danielle Rowark said the Shrewsbury group had never had its own vehicle before and everyone was delighted She said My other half works for Go Carz as a driver manager and I asked him to have a word He spoke to the owner who was more than happy to help When Steve explained what the CFRs were all about he thought it was a great idea I m really happy it s so impressive what they have done in getting the car ready It looks fantastic It ll certainly make people look when we go past and maybe it ll raise more awareness of Community First Responders Cindy Wilday director at Go Carz said the firm was very happy to help community causes She said We found out that the Community First Responders were using their own cars for emergencies It was proposed to us that maybe we could donate a car We were really happy and excited to be involved with the project and really pleased at the outcome We do about 15 000 to 20 000 journeys a week taking people to hospital appointments x ray appointments and job interviews We are very grateful that they use us and we appreciate their custom It s nice to put something back into the community which is really important to us as a company SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Tasty export contacts for Shropshire confectioner Next article Cyber security where exactly do we draw the line Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff emails Three is the magic number to help bridge the local skills gap

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/transport-boost-for-community-first-responders/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Food for thought: Restaurant on the market for £625,000 - Shropshire Business Today
    a mixed residential and commercial area Formerly a car showroom the building has been converted to provide an atrium style reception and restaurant area on the ground floor with a staircase rising to a mezzanine dining area and private function room on the first floor The ground and first floors have male and female toilets and there is a large kitchen and stores to the rear of the property The ground floor accommodation covers 3 512 square feet while the first floor extends to 1 512 sq ft The property has planning consent for restaurant use but the vendor has sought pre application planning guidance from Telford and Wrekin Council s planning department which indicates that a development scheme involving 11 apartments would be acceptable said James Evans manager of Halls Commercial s Shrewsbury office SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Time running out to claim 5 000 farm investment grants Next article How to improve staff motivation and boost productivity Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff emails Three is the magic number to help bridge the local skills gap Redrawing the map to give Shrewsbury a

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/food-for-thought-restaurant-on-the-market-for-625000/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Anxiety growing over construction industry skills shortages - Shropshire Business Today
    Martyn Makinson managing director of Ionic said The New Year will highlight some old anxieties for many regional contractors The construction industry has introduced a range of initiatives this year to try to combat the chronic skills shortages however the scarcity of key personnel continues to hold back the sector The health of the construction industry should be a concern for everyone as its problems resonant They impact the cost and delivery of projects from the smallest housing development to large scale projects The cost pressures are about supply and demand and the erosion of profit margins for companies which have only just recovered from the recession Ionic also found increased volatility in the workforce Some 69 of North West building contractors experienced an increase in staff turnover in the last 12 months In terms of vacancies 57 reported that the roles were newly created with the balance replacement role Just over half 51 said they d had to make a counter offer to retain staff in the last 12 months The pick up in activity across the property sector is reflected in the results with 62 of Midland businesses bidding up to 25 more projects than in 2014 The residential market led the recovery cited by 38 of respondents with 27 also highlighting warehousing sheds as showing healthy growth Martyn Makinson added People are the raw materials that will help a business grow but competition has returned to the jobs market in a way that impacts the bottom line In a candidate driven marketplace Construction companies need to present themselves as attractively as possible It s also imperative that they sell themselves well at interview stage to prospective candidates by focusing on career and skills advancement opportunities which from experience are more important factors than a salary increase SHARE

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/anxiety-growing-over-construction-industry-skills-shortages/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Nominations open for annual care industry awards - Shropshire Business Today
    member of SPIC Nominations opened on December 1 and the closing date for entries is February 1 The judging will take place on March 9 with the shortlist announced on March 14 The winners will be announced at a ceremony at the Park Inn Hotel in Telford on April 15 Nicky Jacques Interim Chief Officer from SPIC said The Care Awards is an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the many achievements that individual staff and care organisations in Shropshire and Telford Wrekin deliver on a daily basis They offer providers who strive every day to deliver a service that they are proud of a chance to be recognised and show their commitment in ensuring their workforce is trained competent and compassionate The awards held every two years celebrate the contribution of individuals and organisations in 12 categories including employee of the year team award and learner of the year Nicky added The care profession touches the lives of many people in the county and we would love to receive as many nominations as possible The work of carers often goes unrecognised and this is a chance to reward the dedication and hard work of those in the profession The categories are split into two sections this year individual and organisation Individual awards will include employee of the year promoting care as a positive career learner of the year and Registered Manager award Organisational categories will be the team award health wellbeing healthy eating supporting people to reduce falls supporting end of life care supporting and engaging with the local community improving the IT skills of the workforce and supporting out of hours discharge For more information or to nominate a person or organisation for a 2016 Care Award go to www spic co uk or contact Sophie Price at sprice

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/nominations-open-for-annual-care-industry-awards/ (2016-02-16)
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  • 1,000 window frames - contractors check in for mammoth hotel paint job - Shropshire Business Today
    Watkins who also owns painting firm Mixed Emulsions Albrighton Hall Hotel is a magnificent building and it has been an absolute pleasure to be a part of such a huge project to breathe new life into it Some of the paint work has been quite intricate especially along some of the facias where there are a lot of decorative features so it has taken several weeks to complete the job We have got through plenty of tins of paint lots and lots of coffee and we ve seen enough spiders to last us a lifetime Some of them have been huge and for someone like me who doesn t like spiders they have given me the odd fright or two along the way The painting duo have worked together for more than 25 years and are well known in the Shrewsbury area having worked on numerous commercial and residential properties in the town However Mr Jones said Albrighton Hall Hotel is certainly one of the most ornate buildings we have ever worked on and one of our biggest contracts in Shropshire We are very pleased to have been awarded a second contract at the hotel to repaint the inside of the newly refurbished leisure club and spa The work is part of an ongoing 2 million project to breathe new life into the hotel which was acquired by owner Peter Cashman chief executive of Focus Hotels last year Hotel general manager Jennifer Sibbald Wall said they had been keen from the outset to use local contractors where possible She said We are delighted with the work Andy and Graham have done They make a fabulous team and have worked around all sorts of obstacles to complete the job They have shown great respect for our guests and I think Andy

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/1000-window-frames-hotel-paint-job-is-a-certainly-mammoth-task/ (2016-02-16)
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