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The Oswestry BID is an opportunity to do things differently, to get things done for the improvement of the town as a whole. You might call it a catalyst for change.
Businesses in Oswestry are moving ahead with their plans to develop the town and surrounding area into a Business Improvement District (BID). This will enable businesses to have more influence on the promotion and development of Oswestry, to attract more people to shop, work, invest and spend time in the town.
The launch of Oswestry BID (Business Improvement District) takes place on March 15th and all locally-based businesses, in or around the town centre or industrial estate, are invited. The launch aims to introduce the BID, show how the BID works, and illustrate what good BIDs can achieve for a town’s local economy.
Costs that businesses incur to clean up after the recent storms, that affected the north and east coasts in particular, need to meet the usual qualifying criteria that they are incurred “wholly and exclusively” for business purposes in order to be a legitimate write-off for tax purposes.
The new incumbent at number 11 Downing Street, Philip Hammond, had his first opportunity to show us what he had in mind for the UK economy when he presented his Autumn Statement on the 23 November.
One of Shropshire’s largest law firms has recorded its best ever set of annual figures with an increase in turnover of more than five per cent, taking the firm’s turnover to over £9.2m.
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Oswestry independent businesses come up trumps yet again.
One of Shropshire’s largest law firms is celebrating being named among the region’s top performers in the industry’s “best practice bible”.
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