Driving force in vehicle leasing

1st May 2017

IT'S fair to say that when Alpha Contracts was founded back in 1997, it was in a world where motoring and the hiring and leasing of cars was comparatively straightforward.
Since then, the focus has turned sharply towards issues such as benefit in kind taxation, road tax bands, CO2... Read More

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Premier partners having fun

1st May 2017

By Alan Perkins, Managing Director, SilverDisc

THE last month has seen exciting times for SilverDisc, attending agency partner events organised by both Google and Bing.

The...

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The timelines of technology

1st May 2017

IN February 1986 when a lady asked me what I knew about cellular technology I thought she was asking me about her diet and the possible effects on her cellulite! How wrong could I be?
I was soon to learn that it was the latest form of radio...

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When a lease variation can create a surrender and re-grant

1st May 2017

By Tom Warrender
Wilson Browne Solicitors
IT is not uncommon for the terms of a lease to be varied by a Deed of Variation; however, both landlords and tenants should beware that the legal effect of such variation can in fact end the...

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Who carries on your business if you can't?

1st May 2017

By Vicki Pearce
Partner
Wilson Browne Solicitors

WE'VE all heard about Powers of Attorney and mainly these are associated with elderly people suffering an incapacity, most commonly in relation to dementia or Alzheimers. However...

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Family business just keeps growing

1st May 2017

MORE than 75 years in business is testament to the high standards and commitment the generations of one family have made to their business.
Whites Nurseries, based at Earls Barton, was set up by Philip White in the 1940s in a greenhouse...

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Leading the way in its sector

1st May 2017

TWO decades of providing the best catering equipment products and advice has led Whitco to the point where it can undertake anything from the planning of a completely new commercial kitchen and restaurant to providing the solutions needed to keep...

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School springs into action

1st May 2017

WELLINGBOROUGH School is inviting prospective parents to visit its Pre-Preparatory School and Nursery for a School in Action morning on Tuesday, 9 May.

The event will give visitors the chance to view the School and Nursery on an ordinary...

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Success takes firm into fifth year of trading

1st May 2017

AS it enters its fifth year of trading, Wellingborough Norse has firmly established itself as one of the region's leading facilities management and contract services providers.
Based in Wellingborough, but operating throughout...

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Making dreams come true

1st May 2017

HARROWDEN Hall, the home of Wellingborough Golf Club, has played host to thousands of people over the centuries and now the venue is encouraging a new wave of visitors to look beyond the boundary wall.
Major investment has transformed the...

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Future of theatre looks brighter

1st May 2017

THE future of the Castle Theatre is brighter following the first informal meeting of the Castle Advisory Group.
The group is made up of councillors, officers of the council, Hazel Clover - who was instrumental in re-opening the theatre...

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Benefits of shrink wrapping

1st May 2017

WALKERPACK'S shrink wrapping service provides a great number of benefits to its clients and is just one of the many added-value services that the Brackmills-based business offers.
Shrink wrapping is a very affordable packaging option and...

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Personalisation moves to next level

1st May 2017

VAUXHALL'S all-new Insignia Grand Sport is on sale now priced from £17,115 on-the-road, and will arrive at dealers in May.
Following on from the previous generation, which won the European Car of the Year in 2009, and with approaching a...

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Unique by name and by nature

1st May 2017

2015 marked the opening of Unique Employment's doors in Wellingborough and in just 18 months we have made a real commitment to our town by purchasing a previously vacant, three-storey building in our town centre.
Another recruitment agency...

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Industry that never sleeps

1st May 2017

THE logistics industry never sleeps and to meet the increasing demands within it, operators rely on their fleets day in, day out.
It's not just a vehicle that they can trust in, but a commercial partner for the road ahead. With TruckEast,...

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Terrorism - how well are you protected?

1st May 2017

BASED on original research by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies, the Lloyd's of London City Risk Index for the period 2015 to 2025 has identified terrorism as a major threat to economic output.
It puts terrorism alongside other emerging...

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