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Top 10 planning law ranking for Bond Dickinson in annual survey

April 1, 2015
Top 10 planning law ranking for Bond Dickinson in annual survey

Bond Dickinson, the national law firm with an office in Bristol, has been ranked in the top 10 for planning law in an annual survey. The firm’s planning and infrastructure team came joint ninth in the Planning Resource survey, which is based on responses from other solicitors and barristers...

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Bristol consultancy helps client secure approval for major Cornish development

March 31, 2015
Bristol consultancy helps client secure approval for major Cornish development

Bristol-based planning and development consultancy Origin3 has helped real estate investment client LXB get the go ahead for a £150m housing and retail development in Cornwall. The consultancy was involved throughout the masterplanning, design and consultation process for the 28-hectare development, working closely with Jersey-based investors LXB and supermarket...

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Meade King strengthens dispute resolution team with new appointment

March 31, 2015
Meade King strengthens dispute resolution team with new appointment

Bristol law firm Meade King has appointed Alex Lyttle as a senior solicitor in its dispute resolution team. Alex, pictured, joins after spending six years at Wards, the 10-office Bristol firm, where he was an associate solicitor. His arrival comes just under a year after Meade King relocated to...

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EEF’s South West Manufacturing Dinner secures sponsorship from Lloyds Bank

March 30, 2015
EEF’s South West Manufacturing Dinner secures sponsorship from Lloyds Bank

Lloyds Bank is to sponsor this year’s South West Manufacturing Dinner hosted by EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation. The flagship event – now in its third year – is a celebration of the region’s dynamic and flourishing manufacturing and engineering sectors. It was established to encourage networking, greater collaboration and...

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Transport expert taken on by engineering consultancy Clarkebond’s Bristol office

March 30, 2015
Transport expert taken on by engineering consultancy Clarkebond’s Bristol office

Engineering and management consultancy Clarkebond has appointed transport professional David Knight as associate director to lead the transport planning department in its Bristol Office. A recognised authority on several aspects of transport and development, David, pictured, has gained expertise over 25 years in senior positions in leading transport planning...

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Ahead of the Agenda: The Week Ahead

March 29, 2015
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Monday 30 March Interims: James Halstead, Quadrise Fuels International Finals: AA, Al Noor Hospitals, Central Asia Metals, Instem, Miton, Outsourcery, Plant Health Care, Polymetal International, XL Media Trading statement: Compass EGM: Serco Economics: Net consumer credit, Net lending secured on dwellings, Mortgage approvals, M4 money supply Tuesday 31 March...

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The LAST WORD: Pete Snowman, owner, Bristol Cider Shop

March 27, 2015
The LAST WORD: Pete Snowman, owner, Bristol Cider Shop

Each week Bristol Business News gives a prominent member of the city’s business community the last word on its weekly e-bulletin. This week Pete Snowman, owner of Bristol Cider Shop, answers our 10 questions What was the LAST: Film you watched? True Romance – in the 20th Century Flicks...

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Gateway2Growth campaign gets underway to open new M4 junction

March 27, 2015
Gateway2Growth campaign gets underway to open new M4 junction

The campaign to get a new motorway junction on the M4 east of Bristol was officially launched today with supporters saying it would bring a massive boost to the city’s economy. Kingswood MP Chris Skidmore kicked off the Gateway2Growth campaign two days after he secured the backing of the...

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New report shows value of Engine Shed innovation hub to Bristol’s economy

March 27, 2015
New report shows value of Engine Shed innovation hub to Bristol’s economy

Bristol’s Engine Shed innovation hub has added £8m to the local economy after being in operation for just over a year, according to a new study. The centre, which is home to the Bristol SETsquared university business incubator and Invest Bristol and Bath, the West of England’s inward investment...

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