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An artist's impression of the new look planned for the former BBC Television Centre bulding in the White City area of west London.

Mildenhall-based English Architectural Glazing (EAG) has won a major contract to carry out work as part of the multi-million-pound regeneration of the former BBC Television Centre in London.

Laurence Johnson and Daniel Le Sauvage of Urban Vintage in Framlingham.

An award-winning independent men’s fashion retailer from Suffolk is celebrating its new store opening today with special offers and free drinks.

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Proposals to build a new £16billion nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast will move a step closer next week.

Alex Till, chief executive of Menta, left, with John Baxter, managing director of eAlliance Learning Technology which has formed an online learning partinership with the enterprise agency.

Suffolk-based business support organisation Menta has launched a new online learning partnership to help busy entrepreneurs develop their skills.

Tristel's headquarters at Snailwell, near Newmarket.

Infection prevention and contamination control products company Tristel said yesterday that profits for the 12 months to June 30 will come in ahead of market expectations.

Gary Harvey of MEL Group.

Sudbury-based MEL Group has expanded with acquisition of Didsbury Engineering, based at Wilmslow in Cheshire.

A Stansted Express train at Stansted Airport.

Stansted Airport has welcomed recommendations for short- and long-term improvements on the West Anglia rail line.

Unemployment fell by 54,000 to 1.65m between March and May.
Photo: Philip Toscano/PA Wire

Unemployment benefit claims in most parts of Suffolk and north Essex fell last month as the jobless total across the UK reached an eight-year low.

Tendring district councillor Giles Watling.

Tendring District Council has launched its own dedicated SME Growth Fund, to help local small and medium-sized businesses to start-up or expand and create new jobs.

Sole Trader has closed in Tavern Street, Ipswich

A national shoe retailer has closed its shop in Ipswich, citing the space as being “too small” to continue – and is set to be replaced by a cosmetic shop.

Former Crisp Malting Group managing director Euan Macpherson with his successor Adrian Dyter outside the Great Ryburgh malting plant.

Crisp Malting Group managing director Euan Macpherson has retired after 29 years with the company, which has maltings in Mistley and Ditchingham.

From left, Ipswich branch director Rana Miah, founding director Phil Scott and Stowmarket branch director Carl Shave celebrate 20 years of The Mortgage Centres.

The Mortgage Centres network of home loan advice centres around East Anglia is celebrating its 20th anniversary.

Ben Underwood, regional director of the Country Land & Business Association.

A legal right to superfast broadband cannot come a day too soon, rural business campaigners have warned.

A BT Openreach engineer at work.

Telecoms giant BT should be forced to split off its Openreach fixed-line network arm unless it addresses significant under-investment and poor service, a report by MPs has recommended.

Spirit yachts, Ipswich 
Nigel Stuart and Sean McMillan

A luxury boat builder in Suffolk is planning a significan expansion of its workforce after an upturn in orders.

OOCL containers.

Container logistics company OOCL (Europe) has reported an annual loss of nearly £1m, with the impact of international trade sanctions on Russia adding to a mis-match between supply and demand.

Members of the team at holiday lettings agency Suffolk Secrets.

Holiday lettings agency Suffolk Secrets has reported a boost to bookings following the fall in the value to the pound since the European Union referendum.

Becky Sebright-King, owner of Lady Bakewell Park, at the launch of Small Business Saturday 2016.

A businesswomen from Essex was among a group of entrepreneurs who represented the UK’s vibrant and varied small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) sector at the launch of this year’s Small Business Saturday campaign.

Bernard Matthews rebrand. New product packaging and logo. Pictures submitted.

Unions have pledged to keep a close eye on developments at turkey producer Bernard Matthews, after meeting management to find out about the potential sale of the company.

Curtis Banks Group chief executive Rupert Curtis, left, with Will Self, managing director of Suffolk Life, outside the company's offices in Princes Street, Ipswich.

Pensions company Suffolk Life is to administer an additional 5,000 Self Invested Pension Plans (SIPPs) following an acquisition by its parent company.

ESWAG and Suffolk Agricultural Association hosted a conference on water.

The important contribution growers make to the Suffolk coastal economy was highlighted at a conference earlier this month.

An easyJet Boeing 737-700.

Budget airline easyJet is expected to give clues this week about the impact on consumer demand for cheap air travel following Britain’s decision to quit the European Union.

The FirstGroup bus at the Old Cattle Market Bus Station in Ipswich.

Bus and train operator FirstGroup stuck by its outlook for full-year results yesterday despite reporting a fall in first quarter revenues.

Ashtons Legal chief executive Edward O’Rourke and HR director Antony Sloan with the firm's Gold Investors in People certificate.

East Anglian law firm Ashtons Legal has achieved the Gold standard under the Investors in People (IiP) accredition scheme for employers committed to staff training and development.

Dentist Andreas Zeck, the new owner of the 21 Church Street Dental Practice in Woodbridge, with Ruth Crisp, hygienist, and, in the chair, Tracy Westley of Royal Bank of Scotland.

The new owner of a Woodbridge dental practice is planning to expand the business, including the addition of cosmetic dentistry.

Laura Rawstron, manager of the new Chelmsford branch of John lewis

Flagship retailer John Lewis has announced the opening date for its first store in Essex.

Bank of England governor Mark Carney.
Photo: Dylan Martinez/PA Wire

The Bank of England today held fire on delivering a post-Brexit vote boost for the economy as it kept interest rates on hold once more, but signalled that a cut may be on the cards next month.

Linda Main and Donna Hammond are opening a new shoe shop in Framlingham called Castle Shoes.

The opening of a new shoe shop in an east Suffolk market town is hoped to rekindle a century’s retail tradition

John Tiner, chairman of Towergate.

An insurance firm with officess across East Anglia said yesterday it has already made major changes as it was hit with a £2.63m fine by the Financial Conduct Authority for breaching rules on handling client funds.

The Queen's Award is presented to Richard Vass of Burland Technology Solutions by Clare, Countess of Euston, Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk.

Suffolk power distribution specialist Burland Technology Solutions was yesterday presented with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

Stansted Airport chief executive Andrew Cowan.

Annual profits at Stansted Airport have increased by more than 16% it was revealed today as new passenger figures confirmed that it is on course for its busiest ever year.

Staff at the Tackling Discrimination in the East (TDE) legal service, run by the Ipswich & Suffolk Council for Racial Equality (ISCRE). Pic: ISCRE

The future of a racial equality group’s free legal service helping unlawful discrimination cases has been secured after being awarded a £350,000 lottery grant.

New appointments at Alan Boswell Group, from left,  David Wheeler, Michael Henderson, Kodi Burch, Gavin Dearsley, Sinéad Brogan, Richard Sayer.

Highly experienced risk management adviser Gavin Dearsley has joined insurance brokers Alan Boswell Group to help clients with their health and safety and risk management requirements.

John Griffiths, leader of St Edmundsbury council, and  Chris Starkie, managing director of New Anglia LEP and other partners at the recent signing of an agreement for a new Eastern Relief Road Bury St Edmunds which will also support the expansion of the Suffolk Business Park.

The development of a 114-acre site in Bury St Edmunds – including part of New Anglia LEP’s region-wide Enterprise Zone – has taken a further step forward.

James Dilley, left, and other members of the management team following last year's acquisition of Marlows.

Marlows Home & Garden in Bury St Edmunds has started work on a £1m redevelopment which will see it increase its workforce for 50%.

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