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    The Rebirth Of British Fashion Manufacturing

    Published on 10 July 2018

    Over the last few years, the British fashion manufacturing industry has been undergoing a quiet renaissance, as demand for British made products grows once again. In the 1960's, the UK supplied 20% of the World's clothing garments, before increased competition from other nations saw factories and textile mills being forced to shutdown. While our clothing manufacturing industry is much smaller than it used to be, the sector has grown consistently and the future looks bright once again.
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    Office Design – The Most Productive Layouts

    Published on 26 June 2018

    The design, type of furniture, and acoustics of an office all have a part to play in creating the optimum working environment - by paying attention to small issues, it is possible to enhance creativity and productivity from your employees. In this article, we examine the best office layouts to inspire the workforce, and also the designs to avoid.
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    Leasing From Pall Mall Estates – The Benefits Explained

    Published on 26 June 2018

    As one the UK's largest commercial property companies, we operate in a distinctly different way from many of our competitors – delivering value and opportunities to businesses throughout the country. Our blog today discusses our range of services and what you can expect when dealing with Pall Mall Estates.
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    Is Starting A Storage Business Still A Good Idea?

    Published on 22 June 2018

    Over the last decade, using commercial premises as storage space has been a growth industry. It is now commonplace to see numerous storage companies occupying industrial sites in towns and cities throughout the country.
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    How And Why Foreign Investors Are Buying UK Property

    Published on 22 June 2018

    As the UK goes through the process of withdrawing from the EU, it may have been sensible to expect foreign investment levels to drop while buyers took a 'wait and see' approach. In reality, the opposite has occurred, with Brexit failing to deter external investment. This obviously bodes well for the future of the country's economy, and will hopefully ensure that Britain retains its favoured investment status, regardless of the final Brexit agreement.
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