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Jobs lost as Nottingham contractor goes under

A long-established electrical mechanical contracting company in Nottingham which specialised in refurbishments has called in administrators, Insider can reveal, with the majority of its 60-strong workforce made redundant. READ MORE...


Bibby Financial Services completes more than 600 deals

Bibby Financial Services has completed more than 600 deals in the first half of the year in what the UK-wide invoice finance provider said was one of its strongest six-month periods on record. READ MORE...


£36m due to AIB following luxury hotel chain admin

A luxury hotel group, which owns and manages a four-star retreat in Leicestershire, was forced into administration after a downturn in trade and an unsuccessful legal claim prompted its bank to take measures to recover its £36m lending, it has emerged. READ MORE...

Derby property deal sparks £100m investment plan

A Nottingham property developer is set to embark on a £100m investment in Derby over the next four years after buying an office building in the city centre. READ MORE...

Avingtrans sells West Mids plant

Nottingham engineering group Avingtrans has sold its site in Aldridge, home to its Maloney Metalcraft business, as part of a restructure. READ MORE...

Derbyshire hotel to be sold

Hand Picked Hotels has instructed property advisers Christie + Co to sell two venues, including one in Derbyshire, after the chain decided to focus on larger properties. READ MORE...

Heathrow runway will boost hotel demand - Savills

A third runway at Heathrow will lead to demand for hotel rooms soaring, according to Savills. READ MORE...

Chancellor urged to help SME builders

Improved access to finance could help the SME housebuilding sector develop an additional 20,000 homes per year, the Federation of Master Builders has said ahead of this week's Budget. READ MORE...


Rolls-Royce issues profit warning

Derby-headquartered engineering giant Rolls-Royce has issued a profit warning following a decline in deliveries of its Trent 700 engines and deterioration in the offshore market, which has hit its marine division. READ MORE...


Brand growth boosts sales at San Carlo

Turnover has edged towards £40m at upmarket Italian restaurant chain San Carlo, which comprises the San Carlo, Fumo, Chicchetti and Signor Sassi brands, on the back of a significant investment into its operations. READ MORE...

Growth slows but expectations remain buoyant

UK economic growth slowed in the three months to June according to new figures from CBI, although expectations for future growth remained resilient. READ MORE...
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