Norfolk Business News

Policy
19/12/2016
The BCC and TUC have put together a joint letter to the Prime Minister urging her to end uncertainty around the status of existing EU nationals, and give current EU employees a right to remain after Brexit. The full letter can be viewed here.
Policy
08/12/2016
Andrew Thomson, Chair Elect of East Coast College Governors, Rob Evans, Chair Great Yarmouth College and Tina Ellis, Chair Lowestoft College are asking for feedback on the proposed merger between Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft Colleges.  They have jointly issued the below open letter:    Dear...
Policy
08/12/2016
(Based on November 2016 data releases) This month's headlines: Q3 UK GDP growth unrevised with business investment supporting growth in the quarter OBR downgrades its economic and fiscal outlook for the UK UK job market strengthens UK growth was unrevised in Q3 at 0.5%.  Despite the slow down,...
Policy
01/12/2016
The B1149 Holt Road will be closed from 7pm on Monday 5 December, reopening no later than 6am on Tuesday 6 December, to allow Anglian Water to complete a water main diversion at the site of the new Drayton Lane roundabout. Access in and out of Horsford at the southern end of the village will be via...
Policy
25/11/2016
The aim of Norfolk Chamber’s event, Tomorrow’s Talent was to inspire companies to shake up their recruitment strategies in order to attract their future workforce.  With the aid of seven speakers and some thought provoking Q&A panels, the group addressed skills shortages; how to attract and...
Policy
24/11/2016
As we to come to terms with the news that Norfolk has declined significant funding through throwing out the Devolution deal on the table, we welcome much of what is in the Chancellor’s statement.  However, at this point we have no idea how successful Norfolk will be in ensuring significant funding...
Policy
23/11/2016
Giving her initial reaction to the Autumn Statement, Caroline Williams, Chief Executive of Norfolk Chamber said: “As we to come to terms with the news that Norfolk has declined significant funding through throwing out the Devolution deal on the table, we welcome much of what is in the Chancellor’s...
Policy
23/11/2016
EDF Energy has launched the second stage of public consultation for the proposed Sizewell C nuclear power station in Suffolk This follows the signing of contracts for EDF Energy’s Hinkley Point C power station in Somerset on 29 September. The public consultation period runs from today (23 November...
Policy
18/11/2016
Regeneris Consulting has been commissioned by Norfolk County Council to assess the wider economic benefits of the proposed dualling of two sections of the A47.  The two proposed sections of the A47 being considered for dualling are: The Acle Straight Tilney to East Winch (eastern and western...
Policy
18/11/2016
Tech City UK is calling on the UK’s Tech Nation for an In-Depth Look into the Digital Economy Tech City UK, the organization which accelerates the growth of digital businesses and skills across the country, is now asking the tech community in every region to complete its 2017 annual survey.  The...

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