Centre to understand Sheffield's energy usage with aim of reducing city's environmental impact Sensors and thermal camera on drones, balloons and cars will scan the city Results used to advise council and town planners on raising productivity or saving energy and reducing heat loss The energy and resource use in one of the UK's biggest cities will be analysed by a new £1.
Commenting on today's (March 8) Budget from the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Richard Wright, executive director of Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, said: -The Chancellor has presented a budget today in an environment where the country has slightly better finances than predicted a few months ago, and we have not seen the catastrophic fall off a cliff that was predicted by some after the Brexit vote.
Giving his full reaction to the Budget, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -Businesses had been advised to expect minimal change, rather than a blockbuster Budget, and Philip Hammond did not disappoint.
Commenting on the latest forecasts by the Office for Budget Responsibility, published today in conjunction with the Chancellor's Spring Budget, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the BCC, said: -The OBR's latest forecasts provide a more optimistic assessment of the UK's near-term economic prospects compared to the Autumn Statement in November, though still not as bright as this time last year.
EPLAN, one of Europe's leading innovators in computer aided engineering (CAE) solutions, is offering business owners and managers in the engineering sector an invaluable opportunity to extend and update their knowledge of mechatronics, smart data and the integrated value chain.
Sheffield Council have commissioned Steer, Davies Gleave to produce a report to help guide the development of the city's future transport policy.
Giving his initial reaction to the Chancellor's Budget, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -Businesses had been advised to expect minimal change, rather than a blockbuster Budget, and Philip Hammond did not disappoint.