Essex Chambers of Commerce have had some very popular events in the last few weeks around Essex. The first was our very successful Thoroughly Thurrock Networking Event held at the Park Inn by Radisson, Thurrock where David Gibb, Cyber Protect Officer, Cyber Crime Unit, Essex & Kent Serious Crime Directorate gave a very interesting insight […]
A TILBURY-based company has said its 800,000-tonnes-a-year refuse-derived fuel (RDF) plant at the port could close and has told employees they face redundancy. It is estimated that up to 65 employees could be affected. A Suez spokesman said: “We can confirm that we are considering options for the long-term future of our alternative fuels production […]
A spokesperson said: “The Port of Tilbury and its customers are adept at tackling complex business challenges.
Tilbury Masterplan Unveiled A new Masterplan to transform Tilbury and provide homes, jobs and facilities to residents has been approved. Short-medium term plans – which were approved at last week’s Cabinet meeting (Wednesday 11 October) include enhancing the Civic Square with new public areas, new homes, greater jobs and skills support and an Integrated Medical […]
STEICO announces a new joint distribution agreement with MBM Forest Products Ltd to stock and distribute STEICO joists & wall studs from their wholesale distribution hub in Tilbury.
MORE than half (52 percent) of UK consumers think fraud is an inevitable part of shopping online, according to new research conducted by Paysafe
SHOPPING centre intu Lakeside contributed £322.8 million to the local economy last year* according to a new report by owner intu.
CERTAS Energy, the UK’s largest independent supplier of fuels and lubricants, has officially launched in the South East to provide fuel and lubricant management solutions to customers across the region under one brand name.
THE final 24 of this year’s Racing Post/SIS Betting Shop Manager of the Year competition have been selected.
THURROCK has been named the second most popular place in the country for homeowners to take up the Help to Buy scheme.
THURROCK’S lingerie entrepreneur Ella Vine opened a pop up shop in luxurious area of Kensington & Chelsea
ESSEX Chamber of Commerce offer their very popular business training workshops continue with the following.
UP to 5,000 jobs could be created by the development of Thames Enterprise Park, located on land occupied by the former Coryton Oil Refinery in Thurrock.
AWARD-winning Grays family business launches campaign to literally ‘draw’ in funds for construction industry charity close to their hearts.
SAINSBURY’S in Chafford Hundred will reopen at 9am on Friday 22 September. The store was temporarily closed a week ago when a fire, which started in a nearby building, spread to the supermarket.
THE successful social enterprise event, Thurrock Soup, returns to Grays for its fifth event on Friday 13 October.
Youth band marches on thanks to container donation from Mobile Mini An award-winning youth band is marching on thanks to the donation of a secure storage container. After being evicted from its premises, St Michael & All Angels steel orchestra, crowned Best Steel Band on the Road at the London Notting Hill Carnival 2016, urgently […]
FORD is the latest car company to launch an incentive for UK consumers to trade-in cars over seven years old, by offering £2,000 off a new model. Unlike schemes by BMW and Mercedes, which are only for diesels, Ford will also accept petrol cars reports the BBC. All of the part-exchanged vehicles will be scrapped, […]
PENTALEVER’S container facility at Berth 7, DP World London Gateway, is being expanded in its second phase of development.
SHOPPING centre owner Intu has appointed McLaren Construction to build a 16,000 m leisure extension to it’s Lakeside mall in Thurrock.
START-up social entrepreneurs living in Thurrock are encouraged to submit their application forms as soon as possible if they wish to join the new School for Social Entrepreneurs East programme starting this September.
THE Port of Tilbury, London’s major port, has now completed the statutory consultation process which invited views from the surrounding communities and statutory consultees on its proposals
THE Port of Tilbury, London’s major port, has given away 61 pairs of Orsett Show tickets to creative young people in the local communities who entered a writing competition.
A STANFORD-LE-Hope company faces a bill in excess of half a million pounds after workers were exposed to asbestos while refurbishing a school.