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  • Business owners raise parking concerns - Shropshire Business Today
    ago and without any warning they just started booking people it is a real problem if you want to sustain a business here Whilst I agree any rules must be enforced our nearest long stay car park is often full before 8 45am so staff have to park in short stay spaces and keep moving their cars every three hours When we return in the middle of the day staff have to keep driving from car park to car park to find a space which is costing my business money Businesses in Wellington need parking permits and the town needs more spaces otherwise companies will be forced to leave and this revitalisation will simply replace what is already here instead of adding to it Ms Owen a fellow of the Chartered Management Institute moved from Hortonwood to the current location because her company was expanding and needed bigger premises The plans to revitalise the town were first announced in January but more details were revealed by the Inward Investment Housing Group this month The Mayor of Wellington Councillor Karen Tomlinson welcomed the plans but added she would like to see better disabled access to Wellington Train Station Ms Owen said while she and other business owners in the town did welcome the plans they needed to be carefully thought out She added Of course for vacant shops to come back into use will be great for Wellington and these revitalisation plans are good news But myself and other business owners I have spoken to think it needs to be carefully planned and any proposals need to deal with the problems we already have instead of compacting them even more Existing businesses are needed to remain in Wellington and parking issues could seriously jeopardise this They need to be added to

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/business-owners-raise-parking-concerns/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Industry award for Shropshire medical firm - Shropshire Business Today
    represent the West Midlands region at the national finals later in the year Judges were impressed by PML s development which has seen the number of CCGs the company works with grow from six to 34 nationwide over the last 18 months PML has seen as overall growth of 58 per cent in the past year and now processes nearly 3 000 patient appointments and results every month The company employs 24 members of staff at its Oswestry headquarters and many more at its clinics across the UK Jon Pither director of PML said We are absolutely delighted to have won this award which is testament to the hard work of our staff both here in Shropshire and at our clinics across the country We work in partnership with Clinical Commissioning Groups GP surgeries and NHS Trusts so patients have access to first class diagnostic services without having to wait for a hospital appointment That eases the pressure on the NHS and delivers a better service for patients in terms of the convenience of the appointment and being less distance to travel We are passionate about the work we do to support the NHS and it s great to be recognised alongside some excellent businesses from across the West Midlands We now work with CCGs from as far north as Newcastle right down to Dover and we also deliver an echocardiography service locally for Shropshire CCG with regular clinics being held in Oswestry and Shrewsbury The annual Medilink WM awards ceremony which took place in Birmingham on January 8 is the premier event in the region s healthcare technology calendar bringing together leading business representatives clinicians and researchers from across the sector SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Home care industry review is welcomed Next article New jobs at expanding

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  • Shropshire firm's festive video fun - Shropshire Business Today
    SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Food giant s new academy partnership creates jobs Next article Download our latest magazine today 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 business boost Recent tweets Follow us ShropsBizToday Latest The Shropshire

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  • Care expert raises concerns about the state of the industry - Shropshire Business Today
    them to provide good care There was also an interview with a hospital consultant who looked after a ward where there were elderly people who had been there for three weeks despite being well but unable to leave because there was no social care available in the community And Mr Harris who recently made a presentation to care providers at a conference in London said the only way to combat this is with cost saving technology but it s now or never He said Unless you start to embrace technology you will have no business If you stick with paper you will find it very difficult to make a profit You need to modify and change or go bankrupt and you can t change overnight you need to be forward thinking you need training and there are costs involved It is a process of at least a year if people don t do it now you won t have a business Mr Harris has recently introduced an app for his staff to document customer details and updates a way of paper free working to increase efficiency He is also in the process of developing the first UK tablet based technology which aims to revolutionise the way home care works giving customers the power to call a carer when they need it instead of only being seen at an allotted time His company is expanding by one or two per cent a month But a recent United Kingdom Homecare Association UKHCA survey has found that 93per cent of providers trading with councils had faced a real terms decrease in the price paid for their services in the last 12 months In addition 50per cent were aware of tender opportunities from their local councils but had declined to bid for one or

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  • Wrekin on the Right lines - Shropshire Business Today
    the number of Pendolinos has been reduced in favour of Voyager trains which are noisier and cramped I have written to Virgin Trains saying that in their hunger to win the East Coast franchise they should not take their eye off the ball in delivering quality services on the West Coast line Mr Pritchard said he also wanted to see universal free wi fi on train services and better telephone connectivity The number of dropped calls is a barrier to business growth Time spent on the train should not be wasted and for many it is working time With people nowadays able to make calls from aeroplanes there is no excuse for dropped calls on trains For those who wish to or have to risk the vagaries of our motorways there is still a chance he believes of an improved link between the M54 and the M6 M6 Toll Spooks When the Shropshire MP does reach Westminster much of his time is now occupied by his membership of the Joint Committee on National Security Strategy which is chaired by former Labour deputy leader and foreign secretary Margaret Beckett and is made up largely of former ministers and spooks Prime Minister Cameron warned last month that the crises in Syria and Iraq posed the greatest threat to security in the UK Did Mr Pritchard agree Britain is certainly a less safe place today than it was even two years ago he replied guardedly Many of the roots of this come out of the Iraq invasion but not entirely They come out of a sectarian war between some parts of the Muslim community which has been running for hundreds of years And what happens over there in this global world matters over here whether that is in disruption to oil supplies which will impact on every household in Shropshire or whether it is preventing genocide and major humanitarian crises Unlike some of his Conservative colleagues Mr Pritchard supports the Coalition Government s decision to increase the budget of the Department for International Development It is less expensive for the British taxpayer for the government to support fragile states than it is to deal with a failed state through military intervention for instance We need to ensure that the money is spent more effectively and efficiently This is a constant challenge but we have made progress But it is the right thing to do for humanitarian reasons it is right to stick to our international commitments and it is right that we play a leading role in the international community We are saving thousands of lives every day through disease control disease prevention feeding the hungry housing the homeless said The Wrekin MP The argument about whether in or out of the European Union is best for British business will rage right up to any referendum Credit Mark Pritchard at Westminster where Speaker John Bercow welcomed the Dalai Lama As a Euro sceptic through and through Mr Pritchard gives credit to the Prime

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/2374/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Adam Haynes, Author at Shropshire Business Today
    2014 0 Building for a brave new world Adam Haynes Jul 7 2014 0 Barometer predicts sunnier conditions Adam Haynes Jul 7 2014 0 Telfordian to the core Adam Haynes Jul 7 2014 0 Home thoughts from abroad Adam Haynes Jun 17 2014 0 Recent tweets Follow us ShropsBizToday Latest The Shropshire shopping centre in line for a facelift https t co gRQ9DMX23A Latest Skoda UK boss in the driving

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  • Paying the price of tax avoidance - Shropshire Business Today
    Caine Anne Robinson Katie Melua and Gary Barlow are accused alongside many other individuals of trying to shelter a combined fortune of 1 2 billion under the Liberty investment programme The Liberty scheme is under investigation by HM Revenue and Customs for apparently creating artificial tax losses on investments which can be off set against the high earners tax bills Robin who was named the UK s Chartered Financial Planner of the Year last year and also chairs Telford Business Partnership said There are plenty of ways in which high earners and high net worth clients are able to manage their tax without resorting to sophisticated and aggressive offshore tax avoidance schemes Pension planning particularly with the changes in the spring budget is a good starting point There are also a number of tax advantageous investments that have been introduced through Government legislation which may be very attractive to people looking to take a more speculative approach Tax avoidance is legal and tax evasion is illegal we are only talking about working within the law No sensible person should ever contemplate getting involved in tax evasion Taxation is actually a good thing because it s what pays for things such as public services and the NHS There are a number of straightforward things that high income business owners executives and professionals are able to do to ensure they only pay the amount of tax that the law requires them to pay My advice is to stay away from aggressive offshore tax schemes and focus on the well trodden path of carefully organising your finances SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Shropshire Business Awards picture gallery Next article Shropshire Business Awards video of the night Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour of

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  • Oswestry and Church Stretton industrial units are on the market - Shropshire Business Today
    Langtree and hoped it would be the start of a successful relationship between the companies One of the units in Oswestry The first link up sees the companies market units on Radford s Field Industrial Estate Maesbury Road Oswestry and the Mynd Industrial Estate Church Stretton Four units are available to rent on Radford s Field Industrial Estate which forms part of the principal established industrial estate in Oswestry linking the A483 The estate comprises units arranged in three terraces The available units range from 1 001 to 2 462 sq ft and are on offers with rents ranging from 5 805 to 13 541 a year Three units available on The Mynd Industrial Estate range from 2 436 to 2 474 square feet and have good access to the A49 Rent ranges from 11 206 to 11 504 a year Church Stretton sits at the foot of the Shropshire Hills within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty The units are suitable for light industrial or fabrication They each contain an office production area and w c accommodation and can be accessed via a goods loading door to the production area or separate personnel doors There are designated parking spaces landscaped areas and a site security barrier Viewing is by appointment with the joint agents James Evans or Rebecca Welch at Halls on Tel 01743 450 700 or Kathryn Smart at Langtree on Tel 0845 054 0466 SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Power to the people that s the theme of SBT 25 Next article Cancer care guidelines should have been introduced sooner 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/oswestry-and-church-stretton-industrial-units-are-on-the-market/ (2016-02-16)
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