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Jobs lost following freight company collapse

A private equity-backed freight company which operated a distribution centre in Cheltenham has collapsed, Insider can reveal. Jobs have been lost at its three facilities as a result, with unsecured creditors set to miss out on more than £4m.



New restaurants boost Jamie’s Italian

Restaurant chain Jamie's Italian, which was founded by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver in 2008 and has a head office in Bath, has increased revenues following the opening of more eateries internationally and in the UK.


Profits up at WH Smith despite high street dip

Swindon-headquartered retailer WH Smith has reported an increase in pre-tax profit in its latest financial year, despite a fall in high street sales.


Two new partners at Grant Thornton

Financial and business advisory firm Grant Thornton has appointed two new partners at its Bristol office following growth in its South West business.


SRA shuts £11m-turnover law firm

An £11m-turnover law firm with almost 20 offices across the UK has been closed by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), which has alleged there is reason to suspect dishonesty on behalf of the manager or an employee.


Profits soar at Game Digital

Pre-tax profit has soared at high street retailer Game Digital helped by a growing population of Xbox One and PlayStation 4 console owners and sales of preowned mobile phones and tablets.



Winter Gardens plans approved

Plans for a multi-million pound redevelopment of Weston-super-Mare's Winter Gardens have been approved by councillors.


Tesco sells £250m development sites

Tesco has agreed to sell 14 development sites across London, the South East and Bath in a transaction worth £250m.


Weston housing plans up for discussion

The next steps in redeveloping Weston-super-Mare's police station and the adjoining former magistrates' court building are set to be explored by North Somerset Council.


Work complete on £16.6m Twerton Mill development

Work on a £16.6m project to redevelop the historic Twerton Mill in Bath, providing more than 300 student rooms, has completed.


Castleoak partners Pramerica on £50m care home investment

Castleoak has reached an agreement with Pramerica Real Estate Investors to collaborate on the development of care homes across the UK.



Sales rise at Ginsters owner

Revenues have spiked by more than £45m at Samworth Brothers, which owns Cornish pasty maker Ginsters, newly filed accounts have revealed.

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