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  • Analysis Archives - Page 3 of 54 - Shropshire Business Today
    Jones Jul 14 2014 0 Free advice on pension and estate planning Carl Jones Apr 10 2015 0 Five Minutes With Chris Pallett Carl Jones Nov 4 2014 0 Recharging Ever Ready s batteries Carl Jones Jun 27 2014 0 Farmers urged to prepare for new reforms Carl Jones Oct 11 2014 0 College unveils new 3 5m engineering academy Carl Jones Sep 4 2014 0 1 2 3 4

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  • Analysis Archives - Page 53 of 54 - Shropshire Business Today
    must keep their distance from employment tribunals Carl Jones Oct 28 2015 0 Chamber patrons team up for anniversary rebrand Carl Jones Aug 4 2014 0 Housing boom helps Aga cook up operating profits increase Carl Jones Aug 23 2014 0 Glass act Business thanks Shrewsbury firm for help Carl Jones Aug 18 2014 0 Trying times for Shropshire employers Carl Jones Oct 1 2015 0 1 51 52 53

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  • Rural office building goes onto the market - Shropshire Business Today
    divided into small office suites has been let to businesses on an ad hoc basis for a number of years The property is served by an extensive rear car park providing 19 spaces some of which have been let out informally The car park brings in a rent of 7 200 per annum The main building has seven offices on the ground floor and four upstairs together with a kitchen and toilets on each floor An adjoining building to the rear has a separate entrance that leads to two ground floor offices a kitchen toilets and two further offices above There is also access from the first floor to a roof terrace overlooking the rear of the property This property has great potential subject to planning consent to be redeveloped for a number of residential and commercial uses said James Evans Halls Commercial s manager SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Caravan firm at the heart of new national campaign Next article Chamber steps up its support for Shropshire jobseekers Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Four fifths of top SME export destinations are in Europe Sitting down or standing up the new desktop dilemma

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  • Brick maker continues to build a bright future - Shropshire Business Today
    report Turnover for the first half of 2015 increased by 13 over the same time last year and gross margin increased by 5 3 to 38 6 Operating Profit came in at 2 7 million compared to 1 4 million in the first half of 2014 Net debt has also been massively reduced standing at just 800 000 against 5 3 million a year ago It means shareholders are to receive a dividend of 0 5p per share first dividend since 2007 The company revealed today that the average selling price of its products increased by 9 over the comparable period and confirmed it had ceased landfill operations at its Trench Lock site in Telford SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article All change at business partnership helm Next article New moves to tackle Shropshire s care industry recruitment crisis 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 shopping centre in line for a facelift https t co gRQ9DMX23A Latest

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  • New jobs on offer at Shropshire taxi firm's open day - Shropshire Business Today
    taxis were becoming increasingly popular She said We are getting about 130 000 phone calls a week across all our offices and we simply need more drivers to meet that demand We already have about 800 drivers and are looking to recruit at least another 400 about half of whom would be in Shropshire Our first open day in Walsall was hugely popular and we are still working through the application process for the dozens of people who applied to be drivers so we are hoping for a similar response in Shrewsbury With rising bus fares and the fact that bus services are reducing in rural areas more people are using taxis for day to day trips because it works out cheaper than getting the bus Mrs Wilday said being a taxi driver was a rewarding job and an increasing number of people were swapping high pressure corporate jobs for a life behind the wheel People who drive for us have a career not just a job she said We give all of our drivers the option of development and training and the company is run very professionally We can also provide them with a car and offer assistance to obtain their private hire driver s licence Our drivers take home 100 per cent of their fares and tips the only cost to them is a weekly hire charge for the radio in their car We also offer free rent incentives to existing drivers at other companies and a commitment to providing them with lots of work All applicants must be at least 25 years old have had a driving licence for two years pass police checks and a medical and have a good knowledge of the area For more information visit the website at www gocarz co uk or

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  • Question: Are you Telford's brainiest business? - Shropshire Business Today
    and day trips This year s quiz is being compered by Carl Jones editor of Shropshire Business Today magazine host of the Shropshire Business Awards and the voice of the movies on BBC Radio Shropshire The barbecue starts at 6pm with the quiz kicking off at 7pm It costs 60 for a team of four but individual 15 entries are welcome as teams can be formed on the night Robin Melley chairman of TBP said The Telford s Brainiest Business quiz is a really fun occasion which has become one of the highlights of our social calendar In addition to the quiz and barbecue it is a great networking opportunity and we will have some terrific prizes for a charity auction and raffle It is always a thoroughly enjoyable evening which not only brings local businesses together in an informal and relaxed setting but helps to raise much needed funds for a really worthy cause To find out more or to register your place at the event contact Network Co ordinator Jaclyn Kitson on 01952 567578 or email tbp telford gov uk SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Search is on for child friendly Shropshire businesses Next article Airport sets

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  • Mrs Miller, good-news killer - Shropshire Business Today
    conference that s all good then But hey ho along came a problem like Culture Secretary Maria Mrs Miller you will recall was cleared of funding a home for her parents at taxpayers expense But an independent commissioner told her to repay 45 000 and criticised her for her attitude towards its investigation Then MPs got to have their say and surprise surprise reduced Mrs Miller s payment to just 5 800 To top it all Mrs Miller then spent all of 32 seconds in the Commons fully explaining the depth of her regret for the matter For a week she clung to her job as the PM gave her his full support before finally bowing to the inevitable on Wednesday Even Dithering Dave had come to the conclusion that enough was enough Of course the big loser in all this is neither Mrs Miller nor the Prime Minister but poor old George Osborne The IMF which just 12 months ago said the Chancellor was playing with fire with his austerity package now says the UK will grow 2 9 in 2014 up from a January estimate of 2 4 and will see growth of 2 5 in 2015 This is pretty stellar stuff from an organisation which hasn t always championed the Chancellor s approach And they are the sort of figures we would have been happy with in the good old days before the credit crunch and subsequent crash Jon Simcock But does George get any credit You could have been forgiven for missing the story entirely such was the media obsession with his pal Maria For her sake it s a good job that our hard working MPs are off on a well deserved Easter break later this week It might just mean she avoids that uncomfortable

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  • Deadline looms for countryside business support - Shropshire Business Today
    this decision was the right one for now He said There were huge complications and delays with the BPS The move to an online system for farmers and landowners is a huge move which needs to be dealt with carefully As well as the move to online there were also new parts of the system itself and this made it all the more complicated for farmers who were not used to having to apply for funding on a regular basis As agents we are always here to advise clients but the introduction of new schemes coupled with the delays we faced in communication from Government agencies I fully believe keeping the CSS on paper is a good idea Countryside Stewardship offers a range of management options and one off payments towards the costs of certain capital items or activities These can be applied for in different combinations The deadline for applications for Mid Tier which aims to address environmental issues in the wider countryside such as reducing diffuse water pollution and improving the farmed environment for birds and pollinators is September 30 Applicants can select from 240 management options and capital items and Mid Tier agreements must have a minimum total value of 1 000 per year in options over five years Other scheme elements have different scheme windows Capital only agreements are either one or two years in length The application period for Mid Tier agreements closes on September 30 for agreements starting on January 1 2016 The application period for Higher Tier agreements closes on October 31 2015 for agreements January 1 2016 All agreement offers must be accepted and the signed declaration returned to Natural England by December 15 2015 SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Full steam ahead for iconic engine restoration project Next article Shropshire

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