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Construction & Commercial Property

  • Bristol flats to be built against planning recommendations

    Bristol flats to be built against planning recommendations

  • Property company secures £6m to develop Bristol industrial scheme

    Property company secures £6m to develop Bristol industrial scheme

  • Investment management company Melburg Capital buys up Bristol building for £10million

    Investment management company Melburg Capital buys up Bristol building for £10million

  • Bristol construction business Molson receives £6.3million funding boost

    Bristol construction business Molson receives £6.3million funding boost

  • New business park to be built on 40 acres of land in Avonmouth

    New business park to be built on 40 acres of land in Avonmouth

  • Demolition contractor Cuddy Group folds after director spends six months in hospital

    Demolition contractor Cuddy Group folds after director spends six months in hospital

Transport

  • South West Truck & Van buys Aquila Truck Centres in Swindon and Bristol

    South West Truck & Van buys Aquila Truck Centres in Swindon and Bristol

  • Stagecoach West to offer Armed Forces personnel and veterans free bus travel on Remembrance Sunday

    Stagecoach West to offer Armed Forces personnel and veterans free bus travel on Remembrance Sunday

  • Nearly one million travel through Bristol Aiport in record-breaking summer

    Nearly one million travel through Bristol Aiport in record-breaking summer

  • Bakers Dolphin to launch coach driver training school

    Bakers Dolphin to launch coach driver training school

  • Bakers Dolphin celebrates 290 years of employee service

    Bakers Dolphin celebrates 290 years of employee service

  • Bristol Airport  announces new Ryanair route to Shannon in Ireland

    Bristol Airport announces new Ryanair route to Shannon in Ireland

Digital & Hi-tech

  • Bristol Technology Showcase to explore impact of 'new technologies' on city's businesses

    Bristol Technology Showcase to explore impact of 'new technologies' on city's businesses

  • Bristol business launches scheme to plug tech skills gap in region

    Bristol business launches scheme to plug tech skills gap in region

  • Tech business Fluence receives £150,000 boost from Bristol Private Equity Club

    Tech business Fluence receives £150,000 boost from Bristol Private Equity Club

  • Engine Shed and WECA launch 'map' to help fast-growth businesses

    Engine Shed and WECA launch 'map' to help fast-growth businesses

  • Bristol is UK’s 'most productive' tech cluster

    Bristol is UK’s 'most productive' tech cluster

  • Digital learning company Sponge opens Bristol office

    Digital learning company Sponge opens Bristol office

Professional Services News

  • Grant Thornton appoints new South West director of corporate finance

    Grant Thornton appoints new South West director of corporate finance

  • Opinion: Pension future bright despite politicians’ 'short-sightedness'

    Opinion: Pension future bright despite politicians’ 'short-sightedness'

  • Gallagher celebrates Premiership Rugby partnership with 'game day' at Bristol Bears

    Gallagher celebrates Premiership Rugby partnership with 'game day' at Bristol Bears

  • Why today's workers will never enjoy baby boomer pensions

    Why today's workers will never enjoy baby boomer pensions

  • R&D tax credit consultancy ForrestBrown appoints new finance director

    R&D tax credit consultancy ForrestBrown appoints new finance director

  • Opinion: SMEs 'starved of funding' as UK sees collapse in lending

    Opinion: SMEs 'starved of funding' as UK sees collapse in lending

Retail & Tourism News

  • South West hospitality businesses call for Government support ahead of Chancellor's Budget

    South West hospitality businesses call for Government support ahead of Chancellor's Budget

  • De Vere Tortworth Court appoints new general manager and deputy

    De Vere Tortworth Court appoints new general manager and deputy

  • The SS Great Britain appoints new chair at

    The SS Great Britain appoints new chair at "pivotal" time for charitable trust

  • How Bristol and the South West will benefit if England reaches the World Cup final

    How Bristol and the South West will benefit if England reaches the World Cup final

  • Waitrose renews contract with Bristol-headquartered British Corner Shop

    Waitrose renews contract with Bristol-headquartered British Corner Shop

  • Prolonged wintry weather of 2018 has hit hospitality sector 'hard', says industry expert

    Prolonged wintry weather of 2018 has hit hospitality sector 'hard', says industry expert

Engineering & Aerospace News

  • Paralympic gold medallist inspires aviation pupils in Bristol

    Paralympic gold medallist inspires aviation pupils in Bristol

  • Bristol University students tackle global challenges at Airbus summer academy

    Bristol University students tackle global challenges at Airbus summer academy

  • Melrose Industries acquires engineering giant GKN after government clears deal

    Melrose Industries acquires engineering giant GKN after government clears deal

  • Openreach steps up search for trainee engineers in Bristol

    Openreach steps up search for trainee engineers in Bristol

  • Airbus predicts growth despite plane troubles

    Airbus predicts growth despite plane troubles

  • Unions to meet major Gloucestershire aerospace firm over job losses

    Unions to meet major Gloucestershire aerospace firm over job losses

Energy News

  • Boss of global energy firm reveals partnership with Gloucestershire college

    Boss of global energy firm reveals partnership with Gloucestershire college

  • Gloucestershire firm awaits decision which could unlock multi-billion pound industry

    Gloucestershire firm awaits decision which could unlock multi-billion pound industry

  • Interview: Waste Source founder Chris Holland on attracting talent and plans for growth

    Interview: Waste Source founder Chris Holland on attracting talent and plans for growth

  • Green 50: South West's most progressive green companies recognised

    Green 50: South West's most progressive green companies recognised

  • Businessman pumped £7m into F1 team Manor Racing before it folded

    Businessman pumped £7m into F1 team Manor Racing before it folded

  • Bristol hotel wins award for environmental excellence

    Bristol hotel wins award for environmental excellence

Manufacturing News

  • Honda remains committed to the UK MPs – despite the Japanese PM warnings

    Honda remains committed to the UK MPs – despite the Japanese PM warnings

  • Farmer threatens to move £101 million business to China post-Brexit - unless Theresa May gives way on migrant labour

    Farmer threatens to move £101 million business to China post-Brexit - unless Theresa May gives way on migrant labour

  • Manufacturing report seeks views of industry professionals

    Manufacturing report seeks views of industry professionals

  • The Top 150 Companies in the West 2018

    The Top 150 Companies in the West 2018

  • Bristol company founded in 1881 bids farewell to worker after 73 years

    Bristol company founded in 1881 bids farewell to worker after 73 years

  • Manufacturer launches Anglo-Chinese business to open up world’s biggest market

    Manufacturer launches Anglo-Chinese business to open up world’s biggest market