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The export opportunities for one of Suffolk’s most prized brands is “huge”, its boss believes.

A Suffolk farming family has scooped a top national accolade at a rural awards event.

Caroline Linsdell, a partner at Cozens-Hardy solicitors, offers her advice to commercial landlords who may be considering a sale.

The government has pledged to help employers to build a skilled workforce fit to “compete on the world stage”, and the Apprenticeship Levy was established just under two years ago to achieve change. However, not everyone is making the most of the opportunity…

A north Norfolk department store has won another national award.

A controversial £2m business park proposal in north Norfolk may still be deliverable, after councillors met to discuss a new report.

The beer market is moving on apace, and John Hadingham, who took over the reins at Suffolk brewery St Peter’s in 2018, is aware that his business needs to keep one step ahead.

Ad Feature Landlords – know your rights

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Cozens-Hardy partner Dan Evans considers the rights of landlords if a tenant wants to leave.

Tough times may be ahead for the farming industry, but farmland is often seen as a safe harbour in uncertain times, East Anglian land agents point out as the farming industry grapples with the fall-out from the current political uncertainty created by the Brexit impasse.

Last year’s ‘hugely successful’ Suffolk Show enjoyed a ‘very positive’ financial surplus, new figures reveal.

A university-based apprenticeship programme is benefitting large employers and their senior staff.

A couple are settling in to their new surroundings in north Norfolk after taking over a village store and post office.

A publicly-funded team is working across Norfolk and Suffolk to drive economic growth and help the region’s businesses to grow and create jobs.

An East Anglian farmers’ leader is cautioning against creating a post-Brexit divide between those able to afford food reared and grown to a high standard in the UK and those who can’t.

Land disposal deal could boost profits

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Dan Evans, a partner at Cozens-Hardy solicitors, considers whether Overage is a sensible option or an unnecessary complication.

At this time of year, many of us throw caution to the wind so we can ensure our loved ones have a good time over Christmas.

Our reader this week wants to know how to invest an inheritance in a personal pension – and which scheme to choose. Carl Lamb of Almary Green provides the answers.

Empty shops and offices receive a complete exemption from business rates for three months after they become vacant. But, what happens after that? asks Simon Button, of Steeles Law.

Even the brightest and best trained people can benefit from upskilling in new and highly relevant disciplines.

Like Henry VIII, modern-day politicians continually invent new ways of taxing their citizens.

Voting in South Norfolk Council’s Business Awards, celebrating the economic success of the district, is now open.

As diesel car registrations drop, more and more motorists are becoming aware of the benefits of hybrid cars and how easy they are to drive. Toyota’s pioneering role in hybrid technology means nearly half its total sales now combine petrol and electric power, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

This week, financial columnist Peter Sharkey looks at how equity release could solve your downsizing dilemma.

Ad Feature How to invest in clean energy

Friday, November 2, 2018

Many years ago, I was a first year student at Bristol University, living in Badock Hall, a modern hall of residence in a cluster of four small accommodation complexes situated on the edge of the beautiful Durdham Downs, around 30 minutes’ walk from the main university precinct and the magnificent Wills Building.

Caroline Linsdell, a partner with Cozens-Hardy solicitors, asks businesses: how ESG-compliant are you?

Smithson investment trust recently broke the record for the largest initial public offer of an investment trust in the UK.

Jupiter European Opportunities is a £1bn investment trust which aims to achieve long-term capital growth through investing in economic trends and developing businesses across Europe.

Asbestos remains a real concern, says 
Dan Evans, partner at Cozens-Hardy

It’s been a busy week in the business world, so we’ve rounded up some of our biggest and most interesting stories that may have gone under the radar - and you can test your knowledge of both national and East Anglian stories in this week’s Biz Quiz.

Jamie Brown explains how Digital Decoded can help SMEs navigate the mire of marketing products.

The first Norfolk Enterprise Festival will provide a forum for entrepreneurs to meet, mingle and celebrate the county’s thriving business community.

Graham Jones, an associate with Roche, predicts a rosy future for dining out in Norwich.

Caroline Linsdell, partner at Cozens-Hardy solicitors, looks at the knotty problem of Japanese Knotweed.

Guy Gowing, managing partner at Arnolds Keys, sees positives in the Mike Ashley-House of Fraser deal.

A property opportunity for wine lovers has come on to the market in Norwich.

Ask for help, be ready to change direction and love what you do, says Lisa Angel, as she lays out 11 pieces of key advice for aspiring start-ups.

A Suffolk dairy farmer-cum-cheesemaker and an estate’s retail diversification are among a host of rural businesses to have made it through to the regional finals of an awards event celebrating enterprise in the countryside.

Setting your own hours, choosing your own clients, no workplace relationships to navigate your way through – from the outside there seem to be plenty of upsides to self employment.

Are you proud of what you and your business have achieved this year?

The clichés around Norfolk and its business community are well-worn.

Eastern Enterprise Hub on Ipswich Waterfront is closing after a highly-productive seven-year run. Some of its graduates reflect on how it’s helped them. Sarah Chambers reports

Norfolk is a county full of opportunity, innovation and dynamism – but it can and should do more to promote itself on bigger stages.

How can we work together to drive up the reputation of our county as a place to do business and create a compelling image of the new Norfolk?

When one thinks of property investors, it’s inevitably around residential property and the ‘buy to let’ market. While this market has thrived over recent years, the 2016 Stamp Duty Land Tax changes have made investors look at other potential options. Here Dan Evans, principal at Cozens-Hardy LLP solicitors, and Robert Flint, divisional partner at Brown & Co, answer common questions about the commercial property investment market.

Our region has built a strong reputation for being at the forefront of developments in the agricultural and energy sectors, with technological advances that are setting the pace for these industries across the UK.

Financial advisory firm Almary Green explains when and why some pensions are taxable.

A few weeks ago, when I was thinking about writing this article, I asked Resolver’s users to tell me about their holiday lettings nightmares.

Demand for property in the East of England’s retail sector is continuing to fall, new research shows.

Opinion Pubs’ challenges after World Cup summer

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Pubs and brewers still face challenges after the World Cup summer, says Jason Brown of NW Brown

The decline of the British pub has been headline news for years – but new figures suggest some entrepreneurial establishments are reversing the trend.

Summer is truly upon us, and East Anglia continues to bask in sunshine and high temperatures. But what does it mean for companies? With a trusty dictionary and a little poetic licence, our reporters have compiled a selective A to Z tour through the summer season in business.

No one who has been listening carefully to the many speeches made by environment secretary Michael Gove, who has just passed his first anniversary in the role, or taken the time to read the Health and Harmony Command Paper, can be in any doubt that our exit from the European Union next March will usher in major change in policy for domestic agriculture.

Guy Gowing, managing partner at Arnolds Keys, reveals how growth forecasts for Norwich is set to boost demand for industrial and office property.

Chloe Green, of Roche Chartered Surveyors, considers fast-paced developments in the built environment.

Urban planning in the region’s towns and cities will have to fundamentally change to help them weather the storm which changing shopping habits has caused.

First quarter commercial property reports, released this month by RICS, reveal a growing divide between a struggling retail sector and a still healthy industrial sector.

Caroline Linsdell, a principal in the Cozens-Hardy solicitors business team, explains how all professionals involved in a building development need to talk to each other.

Seven steps to award success

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

The Norfolk Business Awards are open for entries and, as any local business knows, becoming a winner, or even a finalist, can be a real boost for your business among peers and customers across the region, says 
Laura Marfell-Williams, of Reflection PR.

What are Apprenticeship Standards?

UEA academics discuss some of the key research at the university which will be demonstrated at the Royal Norfolk Show next week.

The exercise of break in a commercial lease is a fertile source of litigation as there is much which can go wrong with the apparently simple task of serving a break notice.

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