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Kent’s largest law firm and one of its partners have been shortlisted in the regional corporate finance event of the year.
An international trader of dried pulses and other edible crops has become a public limited company after a strong year.
Property group Goodman has submitted a planning application to speculatively develop a 245,000sq m industrial distribution unit in Kingsnorth Commercial Park.
Work has begun on a £6m purpose-built drive-through Scania dealership and service centre in Maidstone after the Swedish company struck a deal with Gallagher Group.
Students from Sir Roger Manwood’s School in Sandwich have embarked on a six-week science project with AlgaeCytes Ltd., an Algal biotech company based at Discovery Park.
A new hotel opening in Gillingham will create 35 new jobs and is forecast to contribute over £5m to the town’s economy.
A commercial property investment group has splashed out nearly £30m on an industrial estate in Kent.
McArthurGlen’s Ashford Designer Outlet- the largest designer outlet in the South East of England, reports double digit growth and record breaking sales during the Christmas trading period (6 November – 24 December 2014).
Locate in Kent corporate partners fill four of the top six places for Kent firms in the latest analysis of the UK’s two leading legal surveys.
Cement giant Lafarge has paved the way for a £2 billion entertainment resort in north Kent after signing an agreement to make London Paramount become a reality.
Tool hire company HSS Hire Group plans to float on the London Stock Exchange in a bid to raise about £100m.
Turnover has “rocketed” at a textiles manufacturer and importer since winning a Kent Excellence in Business Award, the company’s boss has revealed.
Dover Harbour Board have today advertised a Harbour Revision Order (HRO) seeking further modernising powers.
Law firm Cripps has seen turnover grow by 25 per cent in the first half of its current financial year.
Dover is the port of choice for more than 25 individual cruise liners and 250,000 passengers annually who can relax and sail away knowing that the Port has once again been awarded the Park Mark® Award for safe, secure car parking.
Homeowners in Maidstone, Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Malling and Tunbridge Wells are feeling a little smug with their choice of residence, after the areas came up tops in a chart of best places to live in the UK.
Fremlin Walk footfall up on last year as Christmas shoppers flood to Maidstone
Half of UK businesses plan to expand their workforce in 2015, according to a study by the CBI.
Dover District Council’s Planning Committee approved two major regeneration and housing schemes at its meeting on 18 December.
The owners of a wind farm off the coast of Kent have sold the cabling and substations which take electricity to the National Grid in a deal worth £164m.
The boss of the UK’s oldest brewer is to become chairman of tourism agency Visit Kent at the end of next year.
A new website aimed at companies looking to start-up, expand, invest or relocate in the borough has been launched by Swale council.
Thanet could soon be home to more than 4,000 new homes as part of the council’s housing strategy.
A Maidstone housebuilder and contractor has made a prestigious national league table of the fastest growing private companies for the second year running.
A fast-growing Dartford company has moved into new and bigger premises and taken on more staff with the help of Locate in Kent.
Furley Page Partner Myfanwy McDonagh has been appointed Vice Chair of a committee of property specialists who provide law firms across the UK with advice on commercial, residential and landlord and tenant law.
The Port of Dover and East Kent College have signed an important agreement, which will see them strengthen the local economy and deliver exciting career prospects for young people in Dover.
With American Express leading a national advertising campaign, things are getting rather big for Small Business Saturday.
More detail has been released by the new owners of the former Manston Airport site regarding a provisional timetable for consulting local people and businesses about how the site can be best developed.
The historic Fairbairn Hand Cranked Crane, built in 1868 to serve the shipwrights who had workshops around the Wellington Dock in the Dover’s Western Docks, has been lovingly restored by the Port of Dover.
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