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Avison Young senior valuation surveyor Sophie Endacott has become the new South West chair of Women in Property, the organisation that has helped improve inclusion and diversity in the industry for the past 34 years. Sophie, pictured, has been a member of Women in Property for the past six years. She takes over from Rachael Sherratt,…

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Monday March 8 Finals: Clarkson, Direct Line, Diversified Gas and Oil, Emis Group, Network International Holdings, RHI Magnesita, Shoe Zone Interims: Abcam, Pci-Pal Tuesday March 9 Finals: Arix Bioscience, Cairn Energy, Capital & Counties Properties, Capital & Regional, Foresight Solar, Forterra, Gamesys Group, Gresham, Headlam Group, IWG, LSL Property Services, Marshall Motor, Midwich Group, RPS Group, Standard…

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Data centre operator plugs into £38.7m investment with help from Royds Withy King

Regional firm Royds Withy King, which has an office in Bath, has completed a £38.7m private equity investment deal for a major UK data centre owner and operator. Amito, a long-standing client of Royds Withy King, delivers high-quality, colocation services through a network of 20 facilities across the UK.  Based in Reading, where it…

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Specialist insurance broker snapped up by acquisitive national group

Wiltshire specialist personal and commercial insurance broker Advance Insurance Agencies has been acquired by a fast-growing national group. Under the takeover by Jensten Group, Westbury-based Advance – which has an office in Swindon – will now form a centre of excellence for specialist personal lines, enabling Jensten to offer an expanded service to clients of its Coversure franchises and wholly owned broking operation….

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Swindon business leaders have given many of the measures in today’s Budget a warm welcome – especially the previously-trailed furlough extension – but there was also concern over the delayed Corporation Tax increase. Business West, which runs the Swindon & Wiltshire Initiative, said businesses would welcome the extension of the full range of Covid-19…

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The CBI said Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s decision to hike Corporation Tax to 25% in one leap – the first increase since 1974 – would “cause a sharp intake of breath” for many businesses. It also warned that the move – which is planned to come into effect in 2023 – sent a worrying signal to those…

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