A lot of the work we do never hits the headlines because as you would expect from a trusted professional advisor, we maintain strict client confidentiality. However, statute requires that some insolvency work is firmly in the public domain and where we can we like to share our expertise.

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Historic building contractor in administration

A historic, Royal Warrant-holding chartered building contractor which was established in Norfolk more than 90 years ago is being marketed for sale aft... Read more

Norwich heritage builder WS Lusher & Son falls into administrations with the loss of 24 jobs

A heritage building firm which has traded in Norwich for four generations and counts the Queen as one of its customers has gone into administration wi... Read more

Adrian Sage promoted to Senior Associate

Adrian Sage of Ipswich-based insolvency practitioners McTear Williams & wood has been promoted to Senior Associate.... Read more

Franchise Development Services Limited

Norwich based Franchise Development Services Limited which was established in 1981 has been placed into liquidation by its directors on 2 December 2015. The company provided advisory services to established and prospective franchisors and franchise owners... Read more

Jobs lost at luxury garden rooms business

More than 40 jobs have been lost after a Norfolk-based designer and manufacturer of upmarket glass garden rooms and conservatories entered administrat... Read more

Forty laid off as Norfolk garden room firm enters administration

Norfolk-based conservatory firm Marston & Langinger has gone into administration with over 40 redundancies although the firm is still trading and a bu... Read more

Jobs lost as Fakenham garden rooms firm Marston & Langinger falls into administration

More than 40 staff have been made redundant after an upmarket conservatory business collapsed into administration.... Read more

Tony Harrison promoted to Associate

Ipswich-based McTear Williams & Wood, one of the region’s largest firm of insolvency practitioners, has promoted Tony Harrison to associate. Tony joined the ... Read more

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