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  • Property  /  Commercial Property  /  Secure Trust Bank takes its cue from the Budget to launch £100m property fund THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    at boosting levels of commercial to residential development The AIM listed challenger bank has made the announcement on the back of the Government s commitment to create a 1bn brownfield regeneration fund aimed at creating an additional 275 000 affordable properties In addition the Government has also pledged to provide a 90 acceptance quota for residential planning permission by 2020 This fund adds to Se for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Planners give green light to 430m super hospital Jaguar Land Rover hopes for great things from the VIDEO EY s reaction to the Budget 2015 Coventry manufactured machine accepted for driverl Innovation Birmingham outlines growth plan Land Rover launches teaser film on new Discovery S Jaguar confirms production of fastest ever model Jaguar Land Rover unveils concept for the new Disc Budget 2014 EY s reaction Birmingham launches new video to attract outside i Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive Avingtrans subsidiary buys Rolls Royce pipe business SPECIAL REPORT Farewell to a Legend as Land Rover ends Defender production Home maintenance group creates 160 new jobs

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/westmidlands/news/723750-secure-trust-bank-takes-its-cue-from-the-budget-to-launch-100m-property-fund.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Property  /  Coventry skyline changing as Station Tower demolition starts THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    project Preparations are in place for demolition firm Armac to dismantle the 15 storey skyscraper tower from top to bottom floor by floor The process is being overseen by principal contractor Bowmer Kirkland and will complete by the end of the year The Friargate regeneration scheme will bring 25 buildings to the city including premium quality offices one of which will hou for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Planners give green light to 430m super hospital Jaguar Land Rover hopes for great things from the VIDEO EY s reaction to the Budget 2015 Coventry manufactured machine accepted for driverl Innovation Birmingham outlines growth plan Land Rover launches teaser film on new Discovery S Jaguar confirms production of fastest ever model Jaguar Land Rover unveils concept for the new Disc Budget 2014 EY s reaction Birmingham launches new video to attract outside i Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive Avingtrans subsidiary buys Rolls Royce pipe business SPECIAL REPORT Farewell to a Legend as Land Rover ends Defender production Home maintenance group creates 160 new jobs in UK service

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/westmidlands/news/723785-coventry-skyline-changing-as-station-tower-demolition-starts.html?news_section=19011 (2016-02-01)
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  • Property  /  Commercial Property  /  Coventry skyline changing as Station Tower demolition starts THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    Friargate project Preparations are in place for demolition firm Armac to dismantle the 15 storey skyscraper tower from top to bottom floor by floor The process is being overseen by principal contractor Bowmer Kirkland and will complete by the end of the year The Friargate regeneration scheme will bring 25 buildings to the city including premium quality offices one of which will hou for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Planners give green light to 430m super hospital Jaguar Land Rover hopes for great things from the VIDEO EY s reaction to the Budget 2015 Coventry manufactured machine accepted for driverl Innovation Birmingham outlines growth plan Land Rover launches teaser film on new Discovery S Jaguar confirms production of fastest ever model Jaguar Land Rover unveils concept for the new Disc Budget 2014 EY s reaction Birmingham launches new video to attract outside i Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive Avingtrans subsidiary buys Rolls Royce pipe business SPECIAL REPORT Farewell to a Legend as Land Rover ends Defender production Home maintenance group creates 160 new jobs in UK

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/westmidlands/news/723785-coventry-skyline-changing-as-station-tower-demolition-starts.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Property  /  Commercial Property  /  Skills 'emergency' could starve growth, says CBI THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    CBI Pearson Education and Skills survey published today The survey also suggests that the apprenticeships levy announced by Chancellor George Osborne in last week s Budget is unlikely to deliver more high quality apprenticeships The survey of 310 companies which together employ more than one million people underlines the skills challenge facing the UK It reveals two in three bus for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Planners give green light to 430m super hospital Jaguar Land Rover hopes for great things from the VIDEO EY s reaction to the Budget 2015 Coventry manufactured machine accepted for driverl Innovation Birmingham outlines growth plan Land Rover launches teaser film on new Discovery S Jaguar confirms production of fastest ever model Jaguar Land Rover unveils concept for the new Disc Budget 2014 EY s reaction Birmingham launches new video to attract outside i Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive Avingtrans subsidiary buys Rolls Royce pipe business SPECIAL REPORT Farewell to a Legend as Land Rover ends Defender production Home maintenance group creates 160 new jobs in UK service expansion Demolition

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/westmidlands/news/723764-skills-emergency-could-starve-growth-says-cbi.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Property  /  Commercial Property  /  Property Appointments: Seddon; JLL, Wright Silverwood; Richborough Estates; Keepmoat THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    commercial director Steve Davies who worked for the contractor for 14 years joins Seddon at its Birmingham office and will be responsible for the company s commercial contracts across the Midlands region Davies brings with him 40 years of experience in the construction sector having started his career with John Laing working his way up to managing director of Mansell a for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Planners give green light to 430m super hospital Jaguar Land Rover hopes for great things from the VIDEO EY s reaction to the Budget 2015 Coventry manufactured machine accepted for driverl Innovation Birmingham outlines growth plan Land Rover launches teaser film on new Discovery S Jaguar confirms production of fastest ever model Jaguar Land Rover unveils concept for the new Disc Budget 2014 EY s reaction Birmingham launches new video to attract outside i Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive Avingtrans subsidiary buys Rolls Royce pipe business SPECIAL REPORT Farewell to a Legend as Land Rover ends Defender production Home maintenance group creates 160 new jobs in UK service expansion

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/westmidlands/news/723486-cp-email-property-appointments-seddon-jll-wright-silverwood-richborough-estates-keepmoat.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Commercial property news from Birmingham, Coventry, the Black Country, the West Midlands TheBusinessDesk.com THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    to create 140 new jobs with Birmingham operation Demolition work underway at former Rackhams building in Wolverhampton THE site is expected to be cleared by April 900 homes scheme in Warwick green lighted by secretary of state CPBigwood achieves record sale at auction New Wholesale Markets scheme gets underway Wasps on Coventry and Warwickshire team for key MIPIM fixture More News Property Features 360 Degrees Designing the office of the future HOWARD Barnes of Derby based fit out company 360 Degrees argues that well thought out office design can add real value to a business Click here for the full interview Bulleys Shropshire arm merges with rival THE companies have worked closely together for the last eight years Click here to find out more Secure Trust Bank launches 100m property fund FUND launched on the back of Government plans to tackle the housing shortage Full article Coventry skyline changing as Station Tower demolition starts THE 15 storey skyscraper tower will be dismantled from top to bottom floor by floor Full article CBI Skills emergency could starve growth ITS survey also casts doubts on the planned apprenticeships levy Property Appointments Seddon JLL Wright Silverwood and more THE latest appointments news from

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/westmidlands/property.html? (2016-02-01)
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  • International Trade  /  Avingtrans subsidiary buys Rolls-Royce pipe business THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    subsidiary of Avingtrans for 3 5m The acquisition also includes a facility in Xi an China Avingtrans designs manufactures and supplies components modules and associated services to the aerospace energy and medical sectors It has a number of subsidiaries across the Midlands It is funding the deal from its existing debt facilities Sigma has developed a strong relationship for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Next Article Planners give green light to 430m super hospital Jaguar Land Rover hopes for great things from the VIDEO EY s reaction to the Budget 2015 Coventry manufactured machine accepted for driverl Innovation Birmingham outlines growth plan Land Rover launches teaser film on new Discovery S Jaguar confirms production of fastest ever model Jaguar Land Rover unveils concept for the new Disc Budget 2014 EY s reaction Birmingham launches new video to attract outside i Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive Avingtrans subsidiary buys Rolls Royce pipe business SPECIAL REPORT Farewell to a Legend as Land Rover ends Defender production Home maintenance group creates 160 new jobs in UK service expansion Demolition work underway at former

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/westmidlands/news/730709-avingtrans-subsidiary-buys-roll-royce-pipes-business.html?news_section=273986 (2016-02-01)
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  • Lifestyle  /  West Midlands SMEs looking to grow, but not internationally - HSBC survey THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    other UK region but are unlikely to expand abroad Nearly one in five 18 of firms in the West Midlands expect to grow by more than 20 this year more than any other UK region but only 6 are likely to begin trading internationally in the coming year The survey which investigates the attitudes and concerns of more than 1 000 firms in the UK found that despite for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Planners give green light to 430m super hospital Jaguar Land Rover hopes for great things from the VIDEO EY s reaction to the Budget 2015 Coventry manufactured machine accepted for driverl Innovation Birmingham outlines growth plan Land Rover launches teaser film on new Discovery S Jaguar confirms production of fastest ever model Jaguar Land Rover unveils concept for the new Disc Budget 2014 EY s reaction Birmingham launches new video to attract outside i Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive Avingtrans subsidiary buys Rolls Royce pipe business SPECIAL REPORT Farewell to a Legend as Land Rover ends Defender production Home maintenance group creates

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/westmidlands/news/723731-west-midlands-smes-looking-to-grow-but-not-internationally-hsbc-survey.html?news_section=19036 (2016-02-01)
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