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IoD Director of the Year Awards return to champion the region’s outstanding boardroom talent

August 25, 2021
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IoD Director of the Year Awards return to champion the region’s outstanding boardroom talent

Directors in Bristol are being invited to enter the top regional awards scheme recognising excellence and enterprise in the boardroom. The annual Institute of Directors’ Director of the Year Awards seek to champion outstanding leaders and entrepreneurs in both the public and private sectors.  Award nominations are open to anyone working at director...

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Building consultancy Hollis grows Bristol office with trio of new staff

August 24, 2021
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Building consultancy Hollis grows Bristol office with trio of new staff

Three new starters have joined the Bristol office of independent commercial building consultancy Hollis. Ed Utteridge is now a senior chartered building surveyor at the firm while Daniel Griffiths is working as an associate building surveyor and Tim Young as a senior engineer supporting its M&E team.  Ed, pictured,...

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Our City 2030 – a vision to transform the lives of young people in inner-city Bristol

August 20, 2021
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Our City 2030 – a vision to transform the lives of young people in inner-city Bristol

A “bold and positive” vision with a target of helping at least one person from each inner-city Bristol household secure a job paying the median salary of £30,353 by 2030 has been launched by youth empowerment group Babbasa and the council’s City Office. Businesses across the city are being urged to...

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Osborne Clarke makes health and wellbeing of its people priority in post-Covid office relocation

August 20, 2021
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Osborne Clarke makes health and wellbeing of its people priority in post-Covid office relocation

International legal practice Osborne Clarke has said it will design its new showpiece Bristol office around the health and wellbeing of its people as it prepares to become the first major employer in the city to relocate in the post-Covid era. The firm, which employs 650 people in its...

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Temple Bright helps build case for property scheme’s cladding safety costs to be met by Govt fund

August 20, 2021
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Temple Bright helps build case for property scheme’s cladding safety costs to be met by Govt fund

Bristol and London law firm Temple Bright is advising a property development in the capital on its application to a government safety fund set up in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. The Building Safety Fund aims to help property owners meet remediation costs linked to buildings with...

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Firm developing unique waterfront food hall pledges to serve up opportunities for Bristol’s best chefs

August 20, 2021
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Trendy street food outlet Boxpark has vowed to work with Bristol’s indie food and drink suppliers to ensure its new venue in the city showcases the vibrancy of its eating-out culture. Boxpark’s BoxHall concept, which it will develop in the historic O&M Sheds on Welsh Back, will have space...

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West of England can lead UK’s hydrogen revolution, says regional business group

August 18, 2021
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West of England can lead UK’s hydrogen revolution, says regional business group

The government’s long-awaited strategy for the UK’s burgeoning hydrogen sector – which it says could create thousands of sustainable jobs and unlock billions of pounds of investment – has been welcomed by the region’s largest business group. Business West, which runs Bristol Chamber of Commerce, believes the West of...

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Free event aims to help Bristol’s small firms understand the sustainability agenda

August 18, 2021
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Free event aims to help Bristol’s small firms understand the sustainability agenda

Bristol small business owners uncertain about why sustainability, net zero and climate change are relevant to their day-to-day operations are being invited to a special event next month. Staged by Britain’s biggest business representation group, The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), ‘What is net zero and why is it...

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Osborne Clarke help power up renewables deal with ‘significant enhancements’ for its local ecology

August 17, 2021
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Osborne Clarke help power up renewables deal with ‘significant enhancements’ for its local ecology

Lawyers in the Bristol office of international legal firm Osborne Clarke have advised on a major deal that promises to take sustainable renewable energy development to a new level. The firm worked with London-based specialist asset manager Gresham House on its acquisition of a 50MW solar farm from renewable...

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Bristol Business Blog: David Gage, director, business tax, Smith & Williamson. Post-pandemic opportunities for Bristol

August 16, 2021
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Bristol Business Blog: David Gage, director, business tax, Smith & Williamson. Post-pandemic opportunities for Bristol

There has been plenty of speculation on the future shape of cities in the wake of the pandemic. What will need to be in place to facilitate new ways of working? How can they be re-engineered to be cleaner and greener? Bristol’s redevelopment drive may provide a template for the...

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Two senior appointments at Cribbs Causeway developer Baylis Estates as it targets more growth

August 12, 2021
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Bristol property development firm Baylis Estates, best known for its Cribbs Causeway retail and leisure destination, has made two senior appointments as it continues to build its portfolio of largescale commercial property schemes. Josh Roberts has joined the firm as property director while Elfyn Haycock has become its new...

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Government-backed loan helps specialist renovation firm build for the future

August 11, 2021
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Government-backed loan helps specialist renovation firm build for the future

Bristol-based bespoke renovation specialist Missiato Design and Build is poised for further growth after receiving a £200,000 government-backed loan. The firm, which also undertakes specialist building projects ranging from new-build homes to loft conversions and landscaping, has expanded rapidly over the past year due to a major increase in...

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Survey shows most firms are heeding climate change warnings – but one-in-five have done nothing

August 10, 2021
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Survey shows most firms are heeding climate change warnings – but one-in-five have done nothing

Nearly 70% of South West firms see climate change as a core business factor for them, according to a landmark survey of companies’ attitudes to the key issue – but, alarmingly, 21% have so far taken no action despite mounting concern over its impact. Just under half (46%) of...

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