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Harmonising architecture and design and looking to the future: The A and J D’Alton path to success
A&J D’Alton, an architecture and interior design practice based in the Cotswolds, is an architecture and interior design practice that has had to adapt and move with the times to survive in a changing industry.
MTD ITSA delay allows more time for business to prepare, IAB reports
The International Association of Bookkeepers has reported on the government’s recent decision to delay the introduction of Making Tax Digital [MTD] for Income Tax Self-Assessment [ITSA] until 2024.
Decade-long School Rebuilding Programme launched to level up education
In mid-September, newly appointed education secretary Nadhim Zahawi spent a day on site at the West Coventry Academy, which is to be among the first 100 schools to be rebuilt as part of the ten-year School Rebuilding Programme.
From strength to strength: Lender and Court Services MD eyes further diversification of successful service
Since 2015, Lender & Court Services has offered mediation and legal assistance to individuals facing home repossession or looking to set aside county court judgments. Now, managing director Luke Memory is hoping to diversify its offering further.
Educate, Collaborate, Celebrate: CIPP to launch annual conference today
The Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals [CIPP] will today launch its Annual Conference and Exhibition, with proceedings getting underway from 10:15 BST.
Factoring and Invoice Discounting: addressing the stigma
Factoring and Invoice Discounting are two things that, rightly or wrongly, are frowned upon by many business owners. Looking into these two practices on his business website blog, Credebt founder and managing director, Glen Morgan, explores whether the stigma around them is based on mere misconception and what benefits they may actually bring to a business.
C-Probe honoured in 2021 RISE Awards
Construction technology provider C-Probe has scooped two accolades at the 2021 Leeds Beckett University RISE Awards.
NHS Digital survey uncovers worrying reality of children’s mental health
A survey carried out by NHS Digital found that one in six children in England were afflicted by a probable mental health disorder in 2021.
Deson Kitchens boss: Modular homes must form part of government’s affordable homes strategy
At the end of August 2021, the government announced that £8.6 billion of funding would be allocated across the country to be put toward affordable housing.
Energy: Government to invest £265 million into renewables
In the largest ever round of its Contracts for Difference renewable energy scheme, the UK government has pledged to provide businesses with £265 million per year to ramp up renewable electricity capacity.
Government to launch training programme for mental health leads in UK schools and colleges
Pupils in eligible schools and colleges are set to benefit from a trained senior mental health lead whose role it will be to identify individuals in need of further support and improve access to specialist services.
Creo Medical CEO hails major progress through pandemic
Craig Gulliford, chief executive of medical device specialists Creo Medical Group, has paid tribute to the business for making significant strategic and operational progress despite the challenges associated with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Recro calls for transparency of programmes in helping people get back into work
As more than one million people come off furlough, Recro Consulting has called for all job seekers and work coaches to have access to transparent data on the performance of programmes designed to help people back into work.
Boost for poultry farmers as UK declared free of avian influenza
The UK’s chief veterinary officer, Christine Middlemiss, recently declared that the country is free from bird flu after international standards to stamp out the virus had successfully been met.