Commenting on the speech made by the Prime Minister today about Scotland remaining within the UK, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -While an independent Scotland could be a viable country, the break-up of the Union between Scotland and the rest of the UK would certainly be disruptive to business, to the economy, and to British politics as we know it.
A popular Sheffield centre aimed at improving the health and fitness of the local community, including people with disabilities, is set to celebrate its 10th Birthday next month.
Commenting on the interest rate decision announced today by the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, David Kern, Chief Economist at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -Given the global uncertainties, and the still delicate state of the UK economy, the decision to hold both interest rates and QE was uncontroversial and appropriate.
Law Firm Supported Sheffield Contractor With Original Purchase Of Building In 2011 Law firm Irwin Mitchel has advised its Sheffield-based client, JF Finnegan, on the sale of Elizabeth House on Queen Street in Leeds City Centre to an institutional investor for an undisclosed sum.
Leading South Yorkshire legal firm, Taylor Bracewell, is expanding further with the appointment of senior commercial solicitor, Phil Crawley.
Health researchers at Sheffield Hallam University have secured funding for plans to develop a cancer rehabilitation programme for patients and survivors living in Sheffield.
Many smaller employers in the Sheffield region have not even started to get to grips with the Government's new compulsory payroll system and are risking penalties from next April, a tax specialist warned today.