With less than 4 weeks to go until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, You HR Consultancy Limited are busy supporting their ‘retained’ clients with what they need to do in order to be compliant from an HR perspective.
Our team of specialist family lawyers advise clients on all aspects of family law. We work with each client to identify the best approach for their particular circumstances. Our team also offers alternative dispute resolution services, including mediation, collaborative law and arbitration.
Oxford was last year ranked, for the second consecutive year, by PwC as the UK’s highest ranking city in their recent Good Growth for Cities report. Although it’s easy to pick holes in what is wrong with Oxford, it’s just as easy to overlook the long list of positives.
Richard Venables is a ‘doer’. Omnipresent on seemingly every committee in town (and county) he has an insatiable appetite for doing, whether that’s business, helping good causes, running, playing hockey or even, I’ve heard, performing some sort of music in a band!
You may have just completed a fundraising round (in which case congratulations), or you may be pitching for investment (good luck).
Blenheim is launching a new competition to encourage local entrepreneurs and start-up businesses by offering them a contract and expert mentoring skills.
A major project to create an Oxford city centre hub for thriving, innovative companies has been completed.
Last summer, we ran a feature on Wallers Estate agents. A rebrand, new staff and having just moved into their new branch on Banbury Road in Summertown, Wallers were beginning on a really exciting chapter in their development. A lot of big steps have been made in the 9 months since then and Wallers as a business, as a brand and as a major player in the Oxford property market hasn’t looked like even thinking of slowing down.
Towards the end of last year we highlighted the mixed nature of Oxfordshire’s housing market; overall annual house price growth contrasted with a decline in transaction volumes. Whilst this trend has continued into the first few months of this year, not helped perhaps by an unseasonably cold March, the onset of spring has already started to provide an added momentum that the region’s market needs.