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  • Property  /  City office market booming THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    big firms choosing to move into new build space This is according to property developer Ask which today released a statement based on 2015 office take up across the city centre Grade A take up amounted to 412 513sq ft last year more than a third of total take up with Ask involved in circa 25 of these transactions Lettings were completed to PWC 49 406sq ft EY for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes take the shine off Entu Fans in bid to

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  • Property  /  Construction giant slashes debt THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    its net debt to 175m at the end of December The company which employs more than 1 000 people in offices in Manchester Liverpool Oldham and Wigan had expected its deficit to rise to about 220m by the end of 2015 but has surpassed that initial forecast Its position has been helped it says by the settlement of a number of final accounts and reflects an improved working capital performance It is a for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes take the shine off

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  • News  /  Energy firm's revenue surges to £15.1m THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    increase in revenue to 15 1m for the year ended December 31 2015 2014 10 8m well ahead of market expectations The AIM listed Kirkham company says adjusted EBITDA is also anticipated to be 25 ahead of the previous year after its targets were revised upwards during 2015 Following the investment made to acquire Wholesale Power UK and STC Carbon Holdings Limited during the second half of the year net debt is expected to be approximately 9m as for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar

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  • People  /  People: New leader for Oldham; Scapa hires new FD THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    first ever female leader The Hollinwood councillor s selection was approved at a meeting on Wednesday night She replaces Jim McMahon who is stepping aside to focus on his duties as the new Labour MP for Oldham West and Royton following his election last month Cllr Stretton 57 has been a councillor since 2003 and served as deputy leader since June 2014 She will now assume responsibility for regeneration TECHNICAL tapes manufacturer Scapa says its finance director Paul Edwards p for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office

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  • Deals/Restructuring  /  Legal giant consults on office closures THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    has been an aggressive consolidator in the consumer legal market is consulting with staff over the potential closure of two regional offices The group which employs hundreds of people in Manchester and Liverpool after buying long standing North West firms including Fentons Russell Jones Walker and Pannone is consulting over the closure of offices in Failsworth near Oldham and in Derby More than 30 staff work at Failsworth and 20 in Derby In recent mont for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Add a deal Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes take the

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  • Property  /  Land company's property deals see profits soar to £7.8m THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    Group has reported soaring pre tax profits of 7 8m for the year to June 30 2015 from just 1m in the previous 12 months The privately owned firm s stellar performance was bolstered by the sale of two Manchester city centre office buildings Ship Canal House on King Street for 26m and St James Court on Brown Street for 6 5m plus a residential development site in Standish for 8m The Group s net assets also rose from 38 4m to for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First

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  • Liverpool  /  Swift delivering double revenue to £4m in four years THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    firm in Knowsley Merseyside are celebrating after doubling turnover to 4m in four years Swift Despatch which was founded in 1984 as a one man motorcycle delivery business by owner Vincent Friery and is now part of the APC Overnight national delivery network has grown to become one of Liverpool s leading couriers Employing 50 full time staff members and serving more than 800 local businesses the company is now on track to deliver a record 4m turnover Friery attributes part of the compa for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd

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  • News THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    take the shine off Entu 29 01 2016 22m funding for power station to create thousands of jobs 29 01 2016 Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 29 01 2016 Danish investors buy chunk of business park 29 01 2016 Climate deal highlights low carbon agenda 29 01 2016 Wa ter stress free way to commute 29 01 2016 Home maintenance specialist creates 31 new jobs 29 01 2016 Uni signs 6 5m Middle East deal 29 01 2016 Cheshire business park sold for millions 29 01 2016 California dreaming for media firm 29 01 2016 Listed firms added 2 6bn to their value 29 01 2016 Countdown is on to 40m city centre regeneration 29 01 2016 House Crowd turnover tops 1 1m 29 01 2016 Council reveals plans to upgrade station 28 01 2016 UK annual growth for 2015 takes a fall 28 01 2016 Jobs under threat at Iceland food site 28 01 2016 Airline still flying high in face of terror fears 28 01 2016 City office market booming 28 01 2016 Construction giant slashes debt 28 01 2016 Peanut butter and innovation drives family firm s growth 28 01 2016 Energy firm s revenue

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