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Lord Heseltine: Give Metro Mayors greater powers to deliver housing, skills and jobs

Britain’s metro mayors should be given greater powers over housing, schools and jobs to truly transform our cities and drive the economy, a new report from former Deputy Prime Minister Lord Heseltine has concluded. Lord Heseltine’s report Empowering English Cities, commissioned by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) and backed by the UK’s six Metro …
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UK employees work the longest hours in the EU

UK employees work the longest hours in the EU but are the least productive – and office flirting may be to blame The British work the longest hours in the EU, but are less productive than those in some other countries. Full-time employees in the UK worked an average 42 hours a week last year, …
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Christmas parties done a little differently at Hyde and Co

If you’re looking to throw a Christmas Party your guests won’t forget in a hurry then look no further than the Hyde & Co group, some of the most exciting, unusual and unique venues in the city. With seven award winning bars, restaurants and event spaces in town, Hyde & Co have something for everyone …
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The new challenges facing today’s Fleet Managers

Management, in general, is taxing, but managing fleets of vehicles comes with its own unique set of challenges. To be a successful transport manager takes a particular set of qualities: not just attention to detail and diligence, but flexibility, strong analytical skills and the ability to switch between different tasks at a moment’s notice. The …
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ETP Property Consultants continues to grow

Fast moving property consultancy ETP has strengthened its Bristol-based team with the promotion of Amy Hoskins and the appointment of two new staff members. Amy Hoskins, who has recently qualified as a Chartered Surveyor, said the diversity of the workload and the need to develop a wide range of business skills initially attracted her to …
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Ten Years And Counting For Leading City Accountants

Leading Bristol independent practice Corrigan Accountants celebrated 10 years in business with a special dinner for past and present members of staff, long standing clients and friends. The dinner held in the newly refurbished Cooper’s Hall at Bristol Old Vic marked 10 years since Ed Corrigan left a major national practice to start Corrigan Associates …
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Brunel’s SS Great Britain

Set within her original Victorian dockyard in Bristol’s city centre, Brunel’s SS Great Britain provides versatile event spaces for conferences, exhibitions, receptions and private dinners. Located in one of Britain’s most creative and innovative cities, just two hours from London by train and only 7.5 miles from Bristol Airport, the venue lies in a perfect …