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Charity bowls tournament in Diss raises £2,400

A homeless support charity stands to benefit from a £2,400 donation following a successful charity bowls event at Diss and District Bowls Club last mo... Read more

Hidden danger for businesses is highlighted

The view over the city from the new central Norwich offices of business rescue and insolvency specialists McTear Williams and Wood looks bright and prosperous.... Read more

More questions about PV viability after poor CfD allocation in the UK

According to research company Wiki-Solar the UK is now the world’s fifth largest ground-mount solar PV market and might achieve third place in March as ... Read more

'Trouble ahead' for UK solar PV industry

Andrew McTear, co-founder of McTear Williams & Wood, said that the results of the recent CfD round demonstrated the “vulnerability” of the UK so... Read more

McTear Williams & Wood opens a London office and makes two senior appointments

Anthony Davidson joins McTear Williams & Wood as a partner based in London and as a licensed insolvency practitioner will provide a full range of busi... Read more

Solar farms must meet March deadline or face financial difficulties

Solar farmers are in danger of going bust if they don’t meet a March deadline. Insolvency specialists McTear Williams & Wood, reckon around 100MW o... Read more

100MW of solar energy projects at risk as renewables deadline looms

According to research from business rescue specialist McTear Williams & Wood, Photovoltaics (PV) promoters have been aiming to connect around ... Read more

When is a good time to go bust?

Following the demise of City Link, announced on Christmas Day many may be wondering if that was the best time to announce it.... Read more

East Anglia's business distress levels remain high, says insolvency expert

Low levels of business failure could be painting a misleading picture of the strength of the local economy, an insolvency specialist has warned... Read more

Jobs hope as Colchester-based Result Clothing acquires Beccles distribution centre

In what is thought to be the biggest warehouse deal in the East Anglian commercial property market for many years, Result Clothing has purchased the... Read more

Mixed outcomes for firms in vulnerable sectors

Business in East Anglia July/August 2014 Read more