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  • New home for long-established Shrewsbury architects - Shropshire Business Today
    centre adjacent to the River Severn and the Welsh Bridge 700m from the train station The studio retains the historic character of the building and presents a contemporary feel with modern accommodation and exposed services There is a welcoming reception and seating area 2 conference rooms within a glass fronted capsule and open plan working area beneath the exposed roof trusses review spaces print room and associated toilet kitchen and storage facilities Bryan Hamilton Director of AHR who heads the Shrewsbury office also helped design the space to add their own personal feel The team had their official launch party recently to celebrate the move to Victoria House Bryan Hamilton Director of AHR said We were very pleased that so many of our clients and our construction industry colleagues came to the opening of our new studio at Victoria Quay marking 60 years of continuous service here in Shrewsbury Everyone enjoyed the occasion and our BIM workshop attracted great interest among the guests SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Has your business made plans for the result of the EU vote Next article Still time to enter Excellence In Business Awards as deadline is extended Carl Jones http 4 KA

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  • Home - Shropshire Business Today
    Carl Jones Jan 18 2016 0 Dave and Jason bring decades of experience Carl Jones Jan 17 2016 0 Reasons to be cheerful in 2016 for county auction firm Carl Jones Jan 16 2016 0 500 000 new contracts boost for Shropshire steel fabricator Carl Jones Jan 15 2016 0 Careers fair will bring employers and job hunters together in Telford Carl Jones Jan 14 2016 0 1 3 4

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  • Quality not quantity for Savills - Shropshire Business Today
    staff in more than 200 countries Due to rapid expansion and diversification 50 per cent of Savills business is now outside the UK with only 40 per cent being transactional agency business the balance being other property services such as management consultancy and portfolio management Proactive In these uncertain times it is most important to manage in a proactive but prudent manner focusing on employing the best staff good quality client care and generating a clear net profit Many businesses rely on turnover rather than the actual profit margin says Mr Morris Eyton In the West Midlands north west Savills have five principal offices two commercial offices in Birmingham and Manchester and three residential multi practice offices in Telford Chester and Wilmslow My vision is to ensure that these offices work closer together to promote a complete property service Residentially in Shropshire our aim is to focus on the best in class of the residential market As such we are looking for attractive well located properties between 500 000 and 2m plus We endeavour to provide a bespoke service looking after about 60 houses not 200 or more as some of our competitors do In Chester Savills have recently recruited Charlie Kannreuther who was formerly head of office for Strutt Parker in Chester to run and grow our business in Chester and Cheshire In the Midlands we will inevitably have difficult times ahead of us until the economy begins to turn Savills Residential Department does not foresee any material uplift for at least four or five years Furthermore it is likely that residential values will fall back further before ultimately picking up Property has always been a very sound long term investment even if cyclical Tony Morris Eyton Savills Telford 01952 239500 TAGS Estate Agents Savills SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet

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  • SBT, Author at Shropshire Business Today
    SBT Apr 3 2014 0 High pressure low expectations What a shower SBT Feb 12 2014 0 IS knowledge power SBT Jan 21 2014 0 The enlightened revolution SBT Jan 20 2014 0 High pressure low expectations What a shower SBT Jan 20 2014 0 1 2 3 32 Page 1 of 32 Recent tweets Follow us ShropsBizToday Latest The Shropshire shopping centre in line for a facelift https t

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  • Maximise your potential - Shropshire Business Today
    your career family life and social activities as well as your sport health and fitness performance Are you set for the future with its increased cost of living As time goes by you might find it hard to justify the monthly cost of gymnasium memberships The good news is that with the right guidance and increased knowledge in most cases you can have yourself a great workout using outdoor park facilities Although gymnasiums have their benefits by using less artificial exercise techniques you will gain a greater power to bodyweight ratio for daily activities and enjoy the great outdoors as well as reducing your outgoings Are you set for the future with a strong healthy back Your back provides the nerve supplies to your body for muscular actions A well conditioned back together with the core muscles around the shoulders midsection and hips will facilitate better posture in terms of maintaining and restoring your body alignment to conserve energy This will help you get the most out of what you do at work at home and during any physical exercise These are just some health and fitness considerations which over the coming months will help you get the most out

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  • Keeping the show on the road - Shropshire Business Today
    future He said The show is such an integral part of Shropshire and all the county represents to be involved with the society and the show is a wonderful opportunity for me and I am particularly conscious of the excellent work that has been done in recent months to ensure that the agricultural show is a success Anticipation My challenge is to ensure that success is maintained well into the future a future I am looking forward to with eager anticipation The revamped show will see a real focus on family among the entertainment in the main ring for 2012 will be Europe s biggest monster truck Big Pete Titan the Robot will also return A new Kids Zone will take up two fields of the 52 acre showground and will offer Baby Sensory experiences toddler workshops a giant inflatable playground trampolines donkey rides and much more But as the society looks to the future and to the youngsters of the region the show also remains faithful to its past and its traditional role as the showcase and testing ground for stockbreeders One of the first major shows to be held in the UK agricultural calendar which has been running for more than 120 years sees the finest livestock cattle sheep pigs and poultry compete for prize money and prestigious trophies It also highlights and promotes the vital role that our agricultural industry plays in the economy of the nation even more important in the current climate and a farmers market will be among the new offerings with the aim of showing the thousands of visitors what is available from local producers Brigadier retd Andrew Meek is relishing the challenge of tempting Shropshire s public to the County Show The community support culminates with the traders who will be on

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  • Keep your bottle - Shropshire Business Today
    wines around which the current razzmatazz has grown is simply one of supply and demand with the extra factor of vogue being mixed into the brew A handful of the top estates or châteaux as they are known have been particularly fought over for years by collectors and suddenly there has been more money with Chinese billionaires and Russian oligarchs coming to the table Labels such as Lafite Rothschild Latour and Le Pin have been consistently marked in front of their rivals by the likes of guru Robert Parker in the US and Jancis Robinson mw in the UK thereby increasing each vintage exponentially in price One has to accept that quality has gone up as technological advances in viticulture and winemaking have taken much of the risk out of poorer vintages while rising temperatures have ensured Bordeaux s vines produce riper grapes more years than not It is largely speculation however that has driven the prices sky high The greatness of a château s wine depends on its location and in particular soils or terroir Properties abutting the first growths Bordeaux has a pecking order set down in 1855 have seen the worth of their wines climb as have wines judged on tasting to be just behind the likes of Lafite As finite quantities of these wines have filtered into the system prices have risen across the board in a self perpetuating spiral Where then does this leave the old two case theory and can we all still drink for free Unfortunately you now need a somewhat larger chunk of money to keep up with the market and some prices are staggeringly high compared to even eight years ago for the same wine You can still get on the ladder so don t despair Buying en primeur ie on first release usually while the wine is still in barrel from a lying abroad offer gets you a lower price than when it hits the shelves a year or so later Be careful if you are lured by cheap prices on the internet There is a sad history of people parting with money to at worst plain scams or to well intentioned but underfunded start up companies so check for a good track record and if in doubt consult www investdrinks org Also some firms make promises they don t always keep as they can t source the big names in the first place A good merchant will have good connections with the châteaux as well as the experience to winkle out some outstanding unknown names and their lesser known wines There is an established cycle among the well known players too Burgundies in January clarets in June and Rhônes in November or March You don t even need your own cellar any more as you can store your purchases either in third party storage or with merchants but again a word of caution stick again to established operators such as members of The Bunch the six leading independent merchants

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/features/keep-your-bottle/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Investing for the future - Shropshire Business Today
    the more remarkable given the collapse of dividends from the banking sector which in December 2006 accounted for 18 per cent of the FT All Share and the suspension of payments from BP following the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico He added This highlights the robust health of the remaining large UK corporations and the role they can play in long term income planning for private investors particularly those who are planning to receive income in retirement from a portfolio of investments Mr Hall said Brewin Dolphin s own research showed that an investment of 100 000 in March 1993 in a balanced portfolio as measured by the FT APCIMS Balanced Index which had reinvested the income as it arose would have seen its value rise to 379 606 by the end of March 2012 An investor who had chosen to spend the income as it arose would have seen their capital rise to 196 615 and perhaps as importantly the value of the income rise from 4 100 to 7 400 per annum This is over a period when inflation as measured by the Retail Price Index has risen by 72 86 per cent Mr Hall s advice comes as Brewin Dolphin marks its 250thanniversary having been founded in 1762 by stockbroker John Dawes The company s current executive chairman Jamie Matheson said the firm had gone from strength to strength since then and weathered many economic storms The key driver had always been the provision of service to clients and that had never really changed While I suspect every generation has looked at the business while they ve been in it as a time of great change I would argue strongly that there has been no period of greater change than that we are seeing at

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