December 19 2014 Latest news:
One unique property which is not for sale
People working longer hours has fuelled a surge in demand for ‘doggy day care’, according to one canine creche which is now offering hounds themed bedrooms with televisions.
Doug Field, executive officer, finance at the East of England Co-op, has been appointed to the board of the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
The gender balance is shifting within the agri-sector with more women stepping into leading roles, according to National Farmers’ Union deputy president Minette Batters.
With the end of the year fast approaching and efforts increasingly being diverted into matters festive, it seems an opportune moment to reflect on the past 12 months and consider what the New Year might have in store for investors.
The major reform of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) may help to revive a flagging housing market just in time for the election, but a key point for farmers is that new high rates of Stamp Duty (10% on value between £925,001.00 and £1.5m and value in excess of £1.5m taxed at 12%) apply only to residential properties.
Town Topics with Ipswich Chamber of Commerce
With a head office just outside Bury St Edmunds, facilities management company Servest has developed an impressive national network of contracts offering services such as cleaning, catering, security and pest control. Now chief executive Rob Legge has plans to build the group up into a £1billion business, as Ross Bentley found out.
Woodbridge PR firm Kendalls has strengthened its team with a number of changes.