The latest news and key topics for businesses looking to locate and grow in Kent
Leading South East law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore has partnered with Locate in Kent, an organisation which supports businesses looking to set up or expand in the county.
Kent’s property market can support the much-needed economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic by helping the county respond to changes to how people live, work and do business.
When property developer Quinn Estates was approached to help raise funds for a much-needed new children’s playground in Kingston, a small village near Canterbury, the team knew they wanted to help.
Leading law firm Cripps Pemberton Greenish, has announced 26 promotions across its legal and business services teams, effective from 1 November 2020.
Over 4.45 m sq. ft of big box space was taken up in the South East over the first half of 2020 according to Avison Young research. Speculative activity across Kent and Medway is strong with a pipeline of new sites including Goodman’s consented scheme at Crossways on M25 junction 1a, Panattoni’s planning application to develop the former Aylesford Newsprint site close to M20 junction 6 and the latest deal by Clearbell for the Woodcutt Farm site at M20 junction 8.