Norfolk Business News

Policy
26/09/2016
Norfolk County Council and Balfour Beatty are warning people living in and around Horsford, or who travel through Horsford on their way to Norwich, that travel will be disrupted by closures of the B1149 Holt Road from Monday 3 October to Friday 14 October 2016. The closures, one either side of the...
Policy
23/09/2016
The latest Bank of England Agents’ Summary for Quarter 3, 2016 has been published.  Key highlights are: The annual rate of activity growth had slowed overall as uncertainty rose following the EU referendum Consumer spending growth and confidence had been more resilient Companies’ investment and...
Policy
16/09/2016
At the Chamber’s Bank of England Lunch, held at the Norwich City Football Club, attendees highlighted that at present they were seeing very little impact from Brexit.  Tim Pike, the East of England Agent for the Bank of England asked for feedback on whether the businesses had seen a change in...
Policy
15/09/2016
The first tying-in of existing roads to new roundabouts on Norwich Northern Distributor Road is scheduled to take place under night-time road closures from tomorrow (Friday 16 September). The aim is to cut down disruption and achieve a longer-lasting road surface. Subject to final approval for...
Policy
09/09/2016
Brexit’s long term impact on Norfolk businesses and the rest of the UK is still far from clear.  The Prime Minister, Teresa May says “Brexit means Brexit” but what does that really mean for Norfolk businesses?  At present there are no clear answers from the Government.  Chamber members are –...
Policy
06/09/2016
The outcomes of the Norfolk and Suffolk Devolution consultation will be considered by council leaders tomorrow (Wednesday, 7 September) ahead of submission to the Secretary of State. Throughout the consultation period, councils and the New Anglia LEP engaged with a wide range of people including...
Policy
19/08/2016
Devolution is about giving our region greater control over key areas of our economy such as spending on roads and transport links, housing, skills and social care. The Norfolk Chamber Board strongly believes that the devolution deal offers our region a prime opportunity to secure the funding to...
Policy
19/08/2016
Great Yarmouth Borough Council is preparing the Local Plan Part 2: Detailed Policies and Site Allocations, which, once finalised, will allocate land for new development and apply policies to meet local needs in the Borough up to 2030. As part of this process the Council is seeking suggestions from...
Policy
19/08/2016
Following the Brexit vote and the economic uncertainties faced by business, it is now more important than ever to take part in the QES to ensure that the Norfolk business community has a clear voice on our local and regional economy.  What is the impact of Brexit on your organisation? Have you had...
Policy
18/08/2016
The successful Employer Training Incentive Pilot which has helped numerous businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk with training costs for staff, has this month increased the amount per learner meaning businesses can claim more funding.  Under this scheme businesses can receive cashback towards staff...

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