Sectors

Construction & Commercial Property

  • Supermarket Lidl revives interest in Stroud

    Supermarket Lidl revives interest in Stroud

  • Private investment firm to begin new Cheltenham office development

    Private investment firm to begin new Cheltenham office development

  • CPRE identifies serious flaw in Green Belt housing initiatives: Matthew Peters, Bruton Knowles

    CPRE identifies serious flaw in Green Belt housing initiatives: Matthew Peters, Bruton Knowles

  • Business opportunity: Park-side cafe in Cheltenham for sale

    Business opportunity: Park-side cafe in Cheltenham for sale

  • Clear round as equestrian centre jumps hurdles to secure accommodation needs

    Clear round as equestrian centre jumps hurdles to secure accommodation needs

  • Bruton Knowles strengthens commercial team with key appointment

    Bruton Knowles strengthens commercial team with key appointment

Transport

  • Gloucester Rugby renews sponsorship with Gloucestershire business

    Gloucester Rugby renews sponsorship with Gloucestershire business

  • £1.9m of investment allows third generation family firm to grow

    £1.9m of investment allows third generation family firm to grow

  • Could series of tunnels and fly-overs be answer to A417 'missing link'?

    Could series of tunnels and fly-overs be answer to A417 'missing link'?

  • Where can you park for free in Cheltenham now?

    Where can you park for free in Cheltenham now?

  • Transport tech firm Protrack to stage business event at home of Gloucester Rugby

    Transport tech firm Protrack to stage business event at home of Gloucester Rugby

  • Sisters are doing it for themselves: Stagecoach West steers course towards equality

    Sisters are doing it for themselves: Stagecoach West steers course towards equality

Digital & Hi-tech

  • 'The writing is on the wall' for Twitter claims expert

    'The writing is on the wall' for Twitter claims expert

  • Protect your staff’s mobile devices remotely: Simon Gardner, Lister Unified Communications

    Protect your staff’s mobile devices remotely: Simon Gardner, Lister Unified Communications

  • Healthcare provider solves complex telecoms needs with Bamboo

    Healthcare provider solves complex telecoms needs with Bamboo

  • App to stop drivers using their phones is praised by road safety group

    App to stop drivers using their phones is praised by road safety group

  • £3m Cyber Security Centre opens in Gloucester creating 90 jobs

    £3m Cyber Security Centre opens in Gloucester creating 90 jobs

  • Apprenticeships route aims to help future-proof fast-growing Hardware Group

    Apprenticeships route aims to help future-proof fast-growing Hardware Group

Professional Services News

  • Game Changer: Changing face of charity - Stewart Barnes of QuoLux

    Game Changer: Changing face of charity - Stewart Barnes of QuoLux

  • Review puts 'Taylor'-made working practices in the spotlight: Matthew Clayton, Willans LLP solicitors

    Review puts 'Taylor'-made working practices in the spotlight: Matthew Clayton, Willans LLP solicitors

  • Diary Date: September 21 - Keep up-to-speed with the law around flexible working

    Diary Date: September 21 - Keep up-to-speed with the law around flexible working

  • Insurance firm denies it advised Church to cut ties with sex abuse victims

    Insurance firm denies it advised Church to cut ties with sex abuse victims

  • Opportunity of a life-time at fast-growing Gloucestershire law firm

    Opportunity of a life-time at fast-growing Gloucestershire law firm

  • Quolux: LEADing around the world

    Quolux: LEADing around the world

Retail & Tourism News

  • SuperGroup chief executive releases bonuses to push salary to £1.7million

    SuperGroup chief executive releases bonuses to push salary to £1.7million

  • All change at Cotswold Costumes

    All change at Cotswold Costumes

  • Big Interview: Diane Savory, chair of of GFirst LEP and architect of SuperGroup plc

    Big Interview: Diane Savory, chair of of GFirst LEP and architect of SuperGroup plc

  • Celebrity antiques spot The Malt House Emporium set to close

    Celebrity antiques spot The Malt House Emporium set to close

  • Miles Morgan Travel going places with second straight industry award

    Miles Morgan Travel going places with second straight industry award

  • Cotswold Adventures sprinkles its magic on Adam Henson’s farm park

    Cotswold Adventures sprinkles its magic on Adam Henson’s farm park

Engineering & Aerospace News

  • Spirax Sarco builds up a head of steam with half year results

    Spirax Sarco builds up a head of steam with half year results

  • 500-plus job losses at Delphi will not affect its Gloucestershire business

    500-plus job losses at Delphi will not affect its Gloucestershire business

  • Chuffed: Renishaw apprentice wins engineering award - for building a train

    Chuffed: Renishaw apprentice wins engineering award - for building a train

  • CKF Systems Ltd appoints Chris Edmunds as electrical proposals engineer

    CKF Systems Ltd appoints Chris Edmunds as electrical proposals engineer

  • Dowty Propellers plans to be in new Gloucester HQ within two years

    Dowty Propellers plans to be in new Gloucester HQ within two years

  • Renishaw unveils an army of ambassadors to inspire next generation of engineers

    Renishaw unveils an army of ambassadors to inspire next generation of engineers

Energy News

  • Hostile takeover bid sees green energy tycoons battle for power

    Hostile takeover bid sees green energy tycoons battle for power

  • Two Gloucestershire energy tycoons have charge of majority of UK electric car plug-in network

    Two Gloucestershire energy tycoons have charge of majority of UK electric car plug-in network

  • Horizon Nuclear Power energised by new training partnership

    Horizon Nuclear Power energised by new training partnership

  • Koreans could be close to stake in Gloucester firm’s nuclear power project

    Koreans could be close to stake in Gloucester firm’s nuclear power project

  • Green lights could still come on for £1.3blln Tidal Lagoon Power project

    Green lights could still come on for £1.3blln Tidal Lagoon Power project

  • Solar project award win shines light on Cathedral project

    Solar project award win shines light on Cathedral project

Manufacturing News

  • Marketing agency chosen to drive Made in Britain campaign to unite South West business

    Marketing agency chosen to drive Made in Britain campaign to unite South West business

  • Richard Muller recognised by UK dental industry

    Richard Muller recognised by UK dental industry

  • Investment, collaboration and a vision key to growth

    Investment, collaboration and a vision key to growth

  • Honda reflects needs of business  as Philip Hammond describes softer Brexit

    Honda reflects needs of business as Philip Hammond describes softer Brexit

  • Honda’s call for a 'soft Brexit' is what many businesses want: Ian Mean, Business West Gloucestershire

    Honda’s call for a 'soft Brexit' is what many businesses want: Ian Mean, Business West Gloucestershire

  • Hafele Studio fits out Parlour Farm with national award

    Hafele Studio fits out Parlour Farm with national award