Bids invited to build Port of Tilbury 2

Bids invited to build Port of Tilbury 2

PORT of Tilbury is calling on firms to flag up an interest in bidding for a new port terminal, a short distance to the east of its existing port in Essex reports Construction Enquirer. The proposed Tilbury 2 port will be constructed on land that formed the western part of the old Tilbury Power Station […]

Blogspot: What’s wrong with Rightmove?

Blogspot: What’s wrong with Rightmove?

Blogspot by Paul Tobias-Gibbens M and P Estates http://www.mpestates.co.uk THERE’S no question about it, buyers visit Rightmove and Zoopla/ because they provide easily-searched access to properties currently available for sale. Or do they? Certainly property portals are efficient and estate agents have embraced them for many years as being an important addition to their marketing […]

Vision for new Vision Express in Lakeside

Vision for new Vision Express in Lakeside

OFFICIALLY opened on Thursday 1st February, Lakeside marked the first of 209 Tesco Opticians stores that are being transformed into Vision Express following the acquisition by the multiple’s parent company, GrandVision. CEO of Vision Express, Jonathan Lawson explained a little more about their “vision” for the new store and many others. iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/y1CjW7S3kb4″ […]

Essex Chamber of Commerce looks for clarity from PM over Brexit

Essex Chamber of Commerce looks for clarity from PM over Brexit

As Cabinet ministers gathered on Wednesday to discuss the government’s negotiating stance ahead of critical talks on the UK’s future relationship with the European Union, Francis Martin, President of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and Adam Marshall, the BCC’s Director General, write an open letter to Prime Minister Theresa May, making an urgent appeal […]

PM Theresa May announces review into future of newspapers

PM Theresa May announces review into future of newspapers

THERESA May has announced a review of the sustainability of Britain’s newspaper industry in the face of falling circulations and online competition for advertising revenue reports the Press Gazette. http://www.pressgazette.co.uk/government-review-into-uk-press-will-examine-whether-publishers-are-getting-their-fair-share-of-online-ad-revenue/ In a speech in Manchester today (Feb 6th), the Prime Minister described the free press as “one of the foundations on which our democracy is […]