Saturday 25th October 2014

Offshore contract secures 300 jobs in Lowestoft

Sembmarine SLP has won a contract to design and build an offshore substation platform for the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm, securing work for up to 300 staff at its yard in Lowestoft over the next 21 months. The contract was awarded by Siemens Transmission & Distribution, who in turn won the contract for the electrical system infrastructure by the wind farm’s developer Dudgeon Offshore Wind,  a joint venture between Norwegian energy firms Statoil and Statkraft and Abu Dhabi based renewable energy company, Masdar. SLP will work with Siemens and will be responsible for the design, ...

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Regions' recovery back on track

Business activity in the region’s private sector grew in September at the fastest rate since 1997...

£1 m early stage fund for Norfolk and Suffolk launches

A new fund aimed at bringing businesses and angel investors together to kick-start new products an...

  East Anglia’s ‘Best Employers’ 2014 revealed

East Anglia’s ‘Best Employers’ 2014 revealed

The best employers in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire are revealed in @pureresourcing and...

Accountancy merger expands medical specialism

Accountancy merger expands medical specialism

Regional accountancy practice Larking Gowen is merging with Colchester-based  Hubbard Lloyd, the ...

 
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Brighter economic prospects in Cambs

Cambridgeshire businesses say trading prospects have improved over the past six months with most expecting to increase profits and take on more staff by the year-end, s...

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