Commenting on Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander's announcements on key infrastructure projects, Dr Adam Marshall, Director of Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -This high-profile statement of intent on key transport, housing and energy projects is a positive step, as it gives both businesses and investors greater confidence in the government's commitment to improve UK infrastructure.
The iconic blue and pink London 2012 hockey pitch which became known during the games as the 'Smurf Turf' is now installed at its permanent home at Abbeydale Sports Club here in Sheffield.
Commenting on the Spending Round for 2015/16, set out by the Chancellor of the Exchequer in the House of Commons today (Wednesday), John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -In many respects, businesses will be encouraged by what they have heard from the Chancellor.
Students from Thomas Rotherham College have scooped the top two prizes in a competition that encourages budding young architects to design an idea to improve a 'forgotten space' in their local neighbourhoods.
Announcing a New Event Format! Membership of the Chamber is all about helping your business grow! Our new event format for our Regional Networking Dinners', previously South Yorkshire Chambers' Evenings, offers you more opportunities to not only network and grow your contacts but also to gain best practice tips on specific topics.
SMEs Could Suffer From Confusing Message And Face Fines For Non-Compliance Leading law firm, Irwin Mitchell, believes that the Government's assertion that businesses do not require advice on auto-enrolment points to a lack of understanding of the complexities of the far-reaching legislation.