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  • Time running out to claim £5,000 farm investment grants - Shropshire Business Today
    items The grant is available for farmers within an Environment Agency Safe Guard Zone SGZ located within the Severn Trent Water catchment area Areas around Newport Market Drayton and Wem are included as well as land running alongside the River Severn from Bridgnorth down to Worcester and Tewkesbury Farmers should check their post code against STEPS grant scheme map on the Environment Agency website https maps environment agency gov uk If you are within the catchment area you should then check the list of grants available to help your business tackle diffuse pollution from agriculture explained Charlotte Webster of Berrys Items that are listed as suitable for grant aid include watercourse fencing livestock drinking troughs lined biobeds roofing for pesticide sprayer wash down areas roofs and covers for slurry stores field drainage rainwater storage tanks said Charlotte Crop husbandry measures such as field margins buffers catch crops creating farm wetlands removal of livestock from high risk fields will also attract grant at set rates Other items not on the list will also be considered where there is a clear water quality benefit she added The STEPS application period opened on November 1 and will close on December 31 so take action now to ensure you don t miss out on up to 5 000 You can find out more by contacting your local Severn Trent Catchment officer email catchment team severntrent co uk or visit the website https www stwater co uk catchment For details of all farm grants contact Berrys at Shrewsbury on 01743 271697 email charlotte webster berrybros com or Hereford on 01544 598080 email Vicky price berrybros com SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Former Shropshire Council leader Keith Barrow reveals his next move Next article Food for thought Restaurant on the market for 625 000 Carl

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  • Plant and machinery auctions post a 15% turnover rise - Shropshire Business Today
    attractive to buyers and sellers and reaching a wider audience he added Bearing in mind the recession that has hit the farming trade during 2015 the result is very pleasing It is now one of the biggest plant and machinery auctions in the West Midlands and Welsh border region One of the factors that has contributed to this year s turnover increase is the number of farm dispersal sales that we have included in the auctions A lot of buyers like genuine straight off the farm machinery which sells very well for a premium price We have been delighted to welcome several new buyers during the year and they have been surprised by the volume and quality of plant and machinery on offer We are certainly looking to expand all sections of the auction in 2016 especially the plant machinery to meet demand from the construction industry Entries are now being taken for the first sale of 2016 on Friday February 5 For more information contact Halls on 01743 462620 or at hallsgb com auctions SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Anxiety growing over construction industry skills shortages Next article Telford tutoring business in line for two awards Carl Jones

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  • Traders declare their Christmas Extravaganza a huge festive hit - Shropshire Business Today
    50 traders staying open late to promote a host of special offers To cap the evening off the Dirty Rockin Scoundrels emulated the Beatles and Madness in performing on a rooftop this time Gibson s Cars was the band s Buckingham Palace Crowds many from outside the villages also had the opportunity to follow a trail around Albrighton s many independent shops which range from tearooms family butchers and boutique girls clothing to vintage home accessories real ale pubs and gift emporiums Sarah Killeen Owner of Albrighton Cakes and one of the organisers commented It was fantastic how everyone in the village came together to promote all the hidden gems we have here All the traders reported increased football from last year and there was a real buzz around the village with the mix of entertainment homemade food and drink and community groups selling their goods to raise money proving a fantastic combination She continued The challenge now is to make next year s even bigger and better so the hard work starts now Christmas Extravaganza trail leaflets proved extremely popular with visitors and the Albrighton Trust Moat Gardens sold out of their 30 handcrafted reindeers within a couple of hours In a hotly contested competition Number 76 was announced as the shop front winner for its stunning festive display followed closely by Latte Da and My Girl Boutique For more information on businesses and the event visit www albrightontraders com or follow albrightonta on twitter SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article New contract is just the tonic for Shropshire design agency Next article Nominations open for annual care industry awards 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

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  • Savings risk for self employed workers - Shropshire Business Today
    pension contributions in the last financial year There are 4 6 million people currently registered as self employed in the UK which means more than 4 1 million are putting nothing aside for their retirement Contrast that with 2002 when more than a third of self employed people were making pension contributions More workers than ever before are benefiting from auto enrolment into company pension schemes Yet at the same time it seems that those who do not have the opportunity of joining such a scheme are turning their backs on saving for retirement altogether It doesn t matter whether you work for a company or whether you are self employed the same rules apply You need to save as much as possible for your retirement during your working life It is vital for self employed people to take professional financial advice before it is too late Otherwise the flexibility which they enjoy during their working lives could be swapped for a harsh and very inflexible time when they retire SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Strong demand for office space say Shropshire agents Next article 400 000 hotel and spa revamp is unveiled Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG

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  • Strong demand for office space, say Shropshire agents - Shropshire Business Today
    and development With an asking rent of 7 000 per annum the property provides self contained first floor office accommodation of about 96 10 sq m 1 034 sq ft with parking The Longden Coleham site H H Legal Ltd a specialist firm of solicitors have relocated from their previous premises in the town to Room 8 9 College Hill an attractive four storey Grade II Listed Building occupying a convenient position in the main commercial office area of the town Room 9 the last remaining office suite totalling 22 6 sq m 286 sq ft is available on an all inclusive rent of 345 pcm 9 College Hill Shrewsbury The new tenants of the First Floor office suite at 59 High Street Newport LGV Drivers Ltd one of the UK s leading recruitment agencies within the transport industry moved into their new offices 3 weeks after viewing Steve Murphy of LGV Drivers said We were keen to relocate our Head Office to a more convenient and impressive location on the High Street in Newport The self contained refurbished office suite totals approx 73 94 sq m 795 sq ft with an asking rent of 6 000 per annum Alice Walton who handled these lettings said Office accommodation within and close to Shrewsbury town centre with parking is always very popular and quality office accommodation in Newport town centre is limited therefore we were not surprised to receive considerable interest in these properties and secure tenants for our clients within a matter of weeks SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Delivering life skills training to the workers of tomorrow Next article Savings risk for self employed workers Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff emails Three is the

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    Jan 8 2016 0 Three year hospice contract for Shropshire law firm Carl Jones Jan 7 2016 0 Why technology holds the key to business growth in 2016 Carl Jones Jan 6 2016 0 Redundant barns to become homes in 1 5m development scheme Carl Jones Jan 6 2016 0 Busy winter ahead after energy firm earns official certification Carl Jones Jan 5 2016 0 1 4 5 6 88

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  • Uncategorized Archives - Shropshire Business Today
    1 2013 0 Magic number SBT Jun 1 2013 0 A broad canvas for investors SBT Jun 1 2013 0 Balance is the key SBT Jun 1 2013 0 Downhill all the way SBT Jun 1 2013 0 It is big it is clever SBT May 1 2013 0 Considering cardio SBT May 1 2013 0 Velvet glove iron fist SBT May 1 2013 0 1 2 3 Page 1

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  • Estate Agents Archives - Shropshire Business Today
    for house hunters SBT May 18 2012 0 Quality not quantity for Savills SBT May 18 2012 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 seat care firm quits its franchise to fly solo new motoring website launched https t co gRQ9DMX23A Revealed The secrets of writing a winning business awards

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