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  • Have you got what it takes to be named Shropshire Employer of the Year? - Shropshire Business Today
    are currently taking part working or volunteering in sport or physical activity in Shropshire Telford Wrekin The awards also run a category to recognise local firms who encourage their workforce to be more active or who support community sport Potential nominees may have encouraged their employees to cycle to work by allowing them to buy bikes through a salary sacrifice scheme created space for them to do yoga during lunch breaks or organised a team to take part in a local sports event Or they may be the sponsor of a local sports club or donate the time of your employees as volunteers to help support community sports organisations If any of this sounds familiar then you could be the next Energize Employer of the Year joining previous winners who include Grocontinental Harper Adams University and Shropshire Council Short listed companies will be invited to attend the Energize Awards on Thursday 5th November at the Greenhous Meadow home of Shrewsbury Town Football Club Courtesy of Rybrook BMW Shrewsbury this year s special guest speaker will be World Cup winning former international rugby union footballer for England and the British and Irish Lions Neil Back MBE Nominations are being accepted until 4pm on Friday 11 th September 2015 To nominate go to www energizeawards co uk where you will find an online nomination form as well as forms that can be downloaded Alternatively you can call 01743 453495 or email info energizestw org uk and the details will be sent to you SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Shropshire firms urged to prevent graduate skills being wasted Next article Power to the people that s the theme of SBT 25 Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Stadco Schneider and Caterpillar receive national manufacturing recognition Surge in

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  • Less than a month to apply for share of £7.5m investment fund - Shropshire Business Today
    Fund Manager Caroline Cattle said We have already received some interesting applications from developers looking to take advantage of this funding but want to remind others that there is still time to apply The fund will make it possible to quickly commence projects that have previously stalled and in doing so create economic growth through the creation of much needed homes and jobs This really is an opportunity not to be missed Funding can be provided in the form of a loan equity or joint venture and will be subject to interest charges and an arrangement fee both of which are highly competitive vis à vis the open market rate The minimum capital loan request will be set at 250 000 and should not exceed 60 of the value of the completed project whilst applications to support final stage feasibility projects will need to be completed within eight months and should not exceed 50 of the cost of the study For feasibility applications the minimum loan is set at 20 000 and the upper limit is capped at 100 000 Funds agreed for final stage feasibility studies will not guarantee future loan funding for subsequent capital projects although the developers are welcome to apply Chairman of the Marches LEP Graham Wynn concludes Our Strategic Economic Plan clearly outlines our vision for the creation of new jobs in key sectors and the development of further quality housing This fund makes it possible for developers to take a step closer to realising this and I would therefore urge anyone who has considered finding out more about the funding on offer to get in touch before it s too late More information on the eligibility criteria for the Marches Investment Fund can be found by visiting www marcheslep org uk Expression of Interest

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  • County surveyors play key role in Irish healthcare project - Shropshire Business Today
    and visited Northern Ireland to produce an extensive report on the viability of the scheme Mr Hodgkins said My long standing clients include one of the biggest charities in Northern Ireland the Belfast Central Mission When I came to TSR Nicky Conway who s the development director at Belfast Central Mission asked if I could produce advice to help with funding in relation to the scheme that I had already provided early stage advice It s going to be a continuing care retirement community which will incorporate a care home and extra care also referred to as assisted living It involved visiting sites meeting the clients and undertaking a demographic needs analysis to review the older population in the area at the present time projecting forward 15 years to see what the future growth need is I spent time over there investigating it all It should be the first continuing care and retirement community in Northern Ireland which currently has only 64 extra care units It will provide a much needed supply to the local area Mr Hodgkins added Belfast Central Mission already have a very good care home in Belfast specialising in dementia and will be building on that reputation They now want to provide very high specialist dementia care in a modern purpose designed facility based on the standards set by Stirling University s Dementia Centre which is a world leader on how to design accommodation for people with dementia Toby Shaw a partner at TSR said being invited to work on a major project in Northern Ireland underlined the impressive reputation the company has established around the UK He said Jon s experience is in this specialist area and his work in Belfast is an illustration of that SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Real ale campaigner

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  • Expanding to meet the needs of farmers and landowners - Shropshire Business Today
    qualified member Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors moved to Shropshire in September 2009 and started working for a regional rural surveying company assisting with the general estate management on a number of rural estates located in Shropshire and North Lincolnshire In December 2012 Alasdair joined a Shropshire based renewable energy company specialising in the development of micro hydroelectric schemes He provides advice in a broad range of rural professional work Paul Madeley founder and director of Madeleys said Rural surveyors enable the rural economy and environment to thrive and flourish by virtue of their expertise and it has always been important to use that our team meet the needs of our clients in every possible way As rural surveyors in Shropshire we understand how the countryside works and the interrelationships that exist in terms of the people who live and work here We are involved not only in professional and technical aspects but also in business and consultancy I am extremely pleased to welcome Charis and Alasdair to the team Charis and Alasdair join Tom Bayliss who moved back to Shropshire after working in Lincolnshire on estate management for the Tollemache family He started at Madeleys as a trainee rural surveyor in February this year Tom has experienced managing a 30 000 acre estate with a 10 000 acre in hand farm 300 residential properties commercial properties tenant farmers large areas of woodland and a commercial partridge and pheasant shoot His experience will give him a great start in the world of rural surveyors and we are sure he is going to be an extremely welcome addition to the team added Mr Madeley Thomas grew up in Ludlow attending Ludlow Church of England School where his father runs a beef and arable farm as well as recently diversifying into commercial

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  • Jobs could be at risk if sector support is slashed, says local expert - Shropshire Business Today
    Boroughs The Department for Energy and Climate Change announced last week it has stopped funding for the Green Deal due to a low take up and concerns about industry standards This followed the department s decision the day before to scrap subsidies for new and existing small scale solar farms and comes after DECC also stopped funding for new onshore wind farms Mr Boroughs is managing director of Organic Energy based at Welshpool and was instrumental in introducing low carbon wood pellet boiler technology to the UK more than a decade ago I m not surprised to see the Green Deal consigned to history along with the millions of pounds spent on developing it It was always a flawed scheme which would inevitably fail And while we ve always advocated that switching to renewable energy generation should be about more than what subsidiary is on offer we would urge Environment Secretary Amber Rudd to consider the impact on jobs if further support is withdrawn The renewable energy sector is no longer a fledging industry but one of the fastest growing in the UK We would back the Minister s view that support must help technologies eventually stand on their own two feet but ask her to remember that the sector must also benefit from the pro growth pro business policies of the new majority Government We do not want a repeat of the solar PV boom and bust which saw hundreds of jobs lost and businesses go under because not enough consideration was perhaps given to how the level of support should be reduced and over what timeframe SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Awards success for Shropshire care workers Next article Trade stands are a sellout for Shrewsbury Flower Show Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE

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  • Awards success for Shropshire care workers - Shropshire Business Today
    introduce one which had a direct link to our customers and give them a say in who would win it Everyone has been in suspense and we re very proud to be giving out awards Ruth Brown was handed the Achievement of Excellence Award The 35 year old from Wombourne was given the award for her dedication to customers who nominated her for being such a wonderful carer who is caring and such a professional and brilliant at what she does Wendy Leese 39 of The Rock Telford was named carer of the quarter and given the Rising Star award Amanda Cross 29 of Hadley was named Best Newcomer having joined the firm in April and Rona Mante was handed a long service award for five years of working there Each employee who has recently gained a diploma in care work was also given a certificate to mark their achievement along with Samantha Duggins 23 of Trench who works in the office as finance clerk who has gained her level 3 diploma in business administration Steve Harris managing director of the firm said It is great to be able to award our staff and make sure they get the recognition they deserve Care work is a rewarding job as you help those who need it They appreciate the fact your help means they can continue to live in their own home but too often companies forget to say well done so we make it a priority Since we branched out into Shrewsbury earlier this year we have ensured all our staff are one team and work together this is a big part of that Since expanding into Shrewsbury the award winning care company has safeguarded 10 jobs and created dozens more Mr Harris says he is still searching for extra

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  • Bubbling up very nicely - Shropshire Business Today
    at Barrett s Mill near Ludlow is the brainchild of Michael Chesshire and Will Llewellyn who have developed a range of small scale modular AD plants designed specifically for farms and rural communities Anaerobic digestion is a process in which biomass plant and animal material is converted by micro organisms in the absence of oxygen to create a methane rich gas called biogas and a biofertiliser called digestate The biogas is made up of roughly 60 per cent methane and 40 per cent carbon dioxide The biogas can be burned to generate clean renewable energy either in a combined heat and power unit or a boiler or even cleaned of impurities and turned into vehicle fuel Sources Biomass from a variety of sources including animal slurries and manures crops foodwaste and agricultural residues can be digested to produce biogas The unique feature of Evergreen Gas plants is the design of the digester itself which is a radical departure from conventional tank design reducing both capital and operating costs Michael Chesshire is renowned as one of the UK s leading AD engineers After graduating in engineering from Cambridge and working briefly in the nuclear industry he founded Farm Gas which designed and built digesters for farms abattoirs and the water industry The company grew to more than 100 employees before being acquired by Anglian Water in 1990 Two years later Michael founded Greenfinch Ltd which pioneered the anaerobic digestion of food waste which through a series of research projects culminated in the construction of the Ludlow food waste digester In 2008 the company was acquired by leading food waste operator Biogen to create Biogen Greenfinch of which Michael remains a non executive director Will Llewellyn talks to farmers at a trade show Will who originates from just over the Shropshire border in Herefordshire read Biology and French at university before working in shipping in London Investigate A father of two small boys he decided to embark on a career change after first hearing about anaerobic digestion from a friend then deciding to investigate the subject further The two met when Will requested an informal chat with Michael to learn more about his new subject Will said Michael said he would see me for an hour That became an afternoon and at the end of it he said he might be looking for an assistant Will joined Biogen Greenfinch in 2009 Will left Biogen Greenfinch in 2011 and in October that year the pair started to develop the Evergreen Gas approach to low cost small scale AD plants and designed their range of AD plants which look quite different from the traditional models Evergreen Gas was founded in response to both government policy and perceived market demand The government made a commitment to work towards a zero waste economy in the Coalition Programme in 2010 and to introduce measures to increase energy from waste through anaerobic digestion which was later incorporated into Defra s business plan Benefits Will said The benefits are

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  • A shining example to us all - Shropshire Business Today
    and 4 800 kWh per annum so the whole system could generate enough power for up to nearly 150 homes The Ludlow site where the buildings face east west was not suitable for a roof installation so we have created a ground mounted system which consists of a single framework on a concrete base It is the single biggest installation ever created in Shropshire and we believe the Powys array is probably the largest in Mid Wales too More than 2 300 Schott Solar PV panels supplied by Welshpool based Organic Energy see page 5 were installed at the sites where electricity usage has been reduced by 65 per cent and the installation has exceeded its predicted energy capture by 10 per cent Mr Dowley added The Schott Solar PV panels have undergone and passed rigorous testing specifically with regard to concerns over ammonia produced in poultry and livestock sheds These are designed to last 25 years Martin Dowley installer and farmer Edward Davies Advantage The installation should pay for itself within eight years with Mr Davies able to take advantage of feed in tariff The tariff pays a rate of 30 7 pence for every kWh generated as both sites were completed before the deadline after which the FIT for systems over 50 kWh was reduced Mr Davies who has been rearing poultry for around 20 years added We wanted to look at renewable options to hedge our electricity costs We were put in touch with Martin who assisted us with the best way forward and went down the solar route We installed Schott Solar PV panels because of their resistance to ammonia which can be an issue and so far it s working very well Although nearly a year in the planning once the necessary permissions had been

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