Shoppers on the increase in King’s Lynn

May 31, 2016 by  

Business heads have claimed that the shopping areas of King’s Lynn are witnessing increasing levels of footfall.

Retail experts are positive about the prospects of [Read more]

Balloch Trains run late!

May 31, 2016 by  

Bad news for Balloch commuters as engineering works at Glasgow Queen Street continue, the knock on effect for trains ending at Balloch Station is that less than a third of them arrive on time. March was a particularly poor month with only 27.6% of trains ending their journey at Balloch being there as scheduled. April was not as bad with the figure being 29.8%.

The train operators said that the target they aim for nationally is 92.7% and that Balloch’s figures are so poor due to the small number of trains running there. Helensburgh’s main station, Central, was less than 45% in March.

The works at Queen Street are on-going and whilst the operators say this is a very poor performance, they do aim to do better. They also said some of the blame fo such poor timekeeping was due to the Forth Road Bridge closure which drove a lot more traffic onto the railways.

Companies in positions such as this can use local printers to produce leaflets and brochures explaining what has happened and how they intend to improve matters.

Uxbridge public consultation over redevelopment

May 31, 2016 by  

Proposals to transform an art deco department store in Uxbridge will be made able for view by local people.

Randall’s is a listed building in Uxbridge. The department store has [Read more]

Aldi recruiting more workers in Coventry

May 30, 2016 by  

The supermarket Aldi is pushing to hire in excess of 120 extra employees for its stores within Coventry.

Aldi is seeking to recruit around [Read more]

Next stage of relief road for Bishopbriggs being built

May 30, 2016 by  

The fourth part of the relief road for the town of Bishopbriggs has begun construction.

The project is expected to cost [Read more]

Cambridge firm teaches videogame creation

May 29, 2016 by  

ARM, a business with a Cambridge location, has launched a kit to teach people how to make video games.

ARM was motivated by a concern about the number of developers focused on [Read more]

Bolton financial consultant receives recognition

May 29, 2016 by  

Bolton-based David Heaton has received the status of Chartered Financial Planner (CFP).

Mr. Heaton gained the formal recognition of CFP because [Read more]

Hospital parking in Bath to expand

May 29, 2016 by  

Work has started on a new car park for the Royal United Hospital (RUH), which is located in a Bath suburb.

About 300 parking spaces will be created to service the needs of [Read more]

Wheelie boxes coming to Wrexham

May 28, 2016 by  

Wrexham County Borough Council (WCBC) is upgrading its recycling system by promoting the use of wheelie boxes.

WCBC aims to boost rates of recycling via [Read more]

Facelift for Wembley Stadium area approved

May 28, 2016 by  

A regeneration initiative next to Wembley Stadium has received the go-ahead from Brent Council.

The scheme may involve spending about [Read more]

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