Thursday, November 26, 2020

A developer has snapped up a prominent 3.5 acre site off a new roundabout on the A140 near Eye for retail use.

Parts of the East Anglian economy will come roaring out of the blocks in 2021 — in spite of a huge contraction in the UK economy this year, a regional developer predicts.

A new town business hub has seen an upturn in demand for space — despite the economic turmoil.

Scientists at Norwich Research Park are harnessing state-of-the-art technologies to tackle urgent issues such as coronavirus and antimicrobial resistance. Director of the Quadram Institute Professor Ian Charles discusses how ‘omics technologies can help us better understand microorganisms and how they impact our health.

A new logistics and industrial park off the A14 has been launched.

An as yet unbuilt set of striking glass-fronted offices planned for Ipswich are already attracting strong interest from potential tenants and buyers, according to agents.

Rightmove expect prices to rise further before year-end, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

A refill shop opened this week in a historic Suffolk location providing low-waste packaging and sustainable products.

A local, family-run building company has been awarded a top industry accolade.

Decca famously rejected The Beatles, says finance expert Peter Sharkey, as he looks at some famous mis-calculations...

Colorifix is a biotechnology company based at Norwich Research Park developing a sustainable method of dying fabrics that is turning the textiles industry green. With designer Stella McCartney and brands like H&M already onboard, the exciting new technology has the potential to radically reduce the environmental impact of the fashion world. Charles Bliss reports.

A council is seeking a new occupier for a “landmark” community building which was once a garrison gym.

Sales of publicly-marketed farmland have plummeted to an all-time low across Suffolk, Essex and Norfolk as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

A 75-bed care home development site in Stowmarket is being offered up for sale with a guide price tag of £2.25m.

Covid-19 has highlighted many things over the last six months – shortages in resources, services, food and money, never mind the mental and physical affects to our health.

Software developers expressed delight at taking the first unit at a new business centre in Haverhill.

The Cheese Hole Co has taken over a former clothes shop premises in Bury St Edmunds.

Norwich-based contract cleaning professionals Ashdown Cleaning is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Here, managing director Paul Heseltine discusses the secrets to success and why hygiene solutions are more important than ever in the time of coronavirus.

A smaller 57-acre farm on the Norfolk/Suffolk border is being offered up for sale with an overall price tag of £1.11m.

Rishi Sunak’s Winter Economy Plan is welcome, but won’t protect every job, says Shaun Davison of Lovewell Blake.

An East Anglian housebuilder has expressed delight at the unveiling of a new £40m ‘luxury hotel-standard’ headquarters near Stansted airport.

Each puddle of water is teeming with life – though the lifeforms contained within cannot be seen with the naked eye. Postdoctoral scientist Dr Sally Warring is researching the genomes of microorganisms called protists at the Earlham Institute at Norwich Research Park. Here she explains why she decided to put protists under the microscope and how they can help broaden our understanding of the complexities of evolution.

Post pandemic, many people intend buying a place in the sun, says Peter Sharkey.

Cazoo has witnessed record levels of online car sales over the past few months, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

A host of specialist equipment from an animal and equine centre in Newmarket liquidated earlier this year is set to go under the hammer in October.

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Friday, August 28, 2020

The earlier you plan for retirement, the more enjoyable it’s likely to be, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

According to radical proposals currently being considered by the Government, the over-40s may soon have to pay £700 extra in tax each year to cover the costs of looking after the elderly.

The owners of a huge tomato glasshouse complex in Ipswich were close to signing a contract which would have doubled its size when the coronavirus pandemic erupted.

People have embraced video conferencing as the technology has delivered enormous benefits, says Peter Sharkey.

Public vote opens for special award to thank the businesses that made a difference to our communnities at the height of the coronavirus lockdown.

New plans for a huge leisure complex for Colchester including a Cineworld cinema have been unveiled.

A well-known restaurant building in the heart of a popular coastal town has gone on the market.

A huge rise in homeworking is expected to lead to steep falls in office rents across the East of England.

Foodbanks are always there in times of need - but who is there for the foodbanks when they need help?

A new restaurant could replace the M&Co store in Sudbury town centre, it has been revealed.

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