Author: Grow Exeter

Solicitors from Local Law Societies Gather for a Reception at the House of Commons

Solicitors from local law societies across the country were pleased to hear from the Lord Chancellor, The Rt. Hon. David Gauke MP and Chairman of the Justice Select Committee Bob Neill MP at a reception in the House of Commons this month. The reception was hosted by the County Societies Group and sponsored by Torbay MP Kevin Foster. The County Societies Group comprises Cheshire & North Wales, Devon & Somerset, Kent, Leicestershire, Newcastle and Surrey law societies and represent over 5000 solicitors. Members of these societies were supported by national Law Society President Joe Egan and had the opportunity...

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International Trials for Alzheimer’s Disease at PSP with Re:Cognition Health

Photo by Jessie Jacobson Multi award-winning company Re:Cognition Health is delighted to announce the recent expansion of one of its key national sites – based at Plymouth Science Park. The company has four clinics in the UK and has just opened its first clinic in America, with plans for further expansion in both countries during the course of this year. Recognition Health’s Plymouth Centre offers patients, together with healthy volunteers, the opportunity to enroll into essential international clinical trials. It means some of the participants will gain early access to new generation medications designed to delay onset and progression of...

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Pennon Signs Pioneering Green Lease with HSBC UK

Photo by Vincent Lit Funding to support investment in cutting-edge water treatment technology Pennon is at the vanguard of UK green finance Pennon Group, the FTSE-250 listed owner of South West Water, Bournemouth Water and Viridor, one of the UK’s largest environmental infrastructure groups, has become an early adopter of a sustainable financing framework. Pennon’s future investment funding will be considered against this framework, linking the margin paid on financing to advancements in sustainability metrics. Across water and waste, the Group is currently completing its £1.5 billion investment programme in Energy Recovery Facilities by 2021 and has proposed up to...

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Hawksmoor Exeter Office is Moving!

Hawksmoor Investment Management has recently moved its Head Office in Exeter to larger premises in Dix’s Field. The Company was founded 10 years ago in Exeter, and now has offices in London, Taunton, Dorchester and Bury St Edmunds. It employs over 50 people across the company, and manages more than £1 billion of client funds. The move to Sterling Court represents a significant expansion for the firm, which has always been based in the Southernhay District. CEO John Crowley said: “Hawksmoor has come a long way since the early days, when we were based in two small rooms in...

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IKEA Partners with Local Exeter Artist to Unveil Striking Glass Sculpture of an Original Exeter Clinker Boat

IKEA and local Exeter artist, Roop Johnstone, yesterday unveiled a unique sculpture of an original Exeter Clinker boat at Princesshay Shopping Centre The sculpture, which includes over 500 pieces of IKEA glassware, comes as part of IKEA Exeter’s “Wonderful Everyday Tour” IKEA Exeter opened its doors to the city on Thursday 10th May Home furnishings retailer, IKEA, yesterday unveiled a striking sculpture made from over 500 pieces of colourful IKEA glassware as the finale of its “Wonderful Everyday Tour” – a series of unique mini-events and installations that were created to give Exeter and Devon locals a taste of...

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