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Manufacturing the UK's Economic Recovery

 
28th February 2014    |     Peter Rolton: Chairman, Rolton Group

The Chancellor has his sights set firmly on driving economic recovery, and a central component of the plan is his target to increase the value of annual UK exports to £1 trillion by 2020.

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Who’s looking after our sewers?

Who's looking after our sewers

 
3rd January 2017    |     Shaun Pentlow

The following article explains the legislative progress that has been made so far for the UK’s private sewer transfer, highlighting the key points and influences along with our predictions regarding the timescales for change; a great read for land owners, developers, planners and in fact anyone that needs to keep up-to-date when it comes to the design and implementation of foul drainage infrastructure.

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Manufacturing the UK's Economic Recovery

Rolton Group

 
28th February 2014    |     Peter Rolton

The Chancellor has his sights set firmly on driving economic recovery, and a central component of the plan is his target to increase the value of annual UK exports to £1 trillion by 2020.

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UK Nuclear: Forefront to Backfoot

Rolton Group

 
20th December 2013    |     Peter Rolton

Jim Ratcliffe is a very wealthy man. This fact was evinced by his swift closure of the Grangemouth plant following strike action from UNITE back in October; the union rallied against planned changes to salaries and pensions, and by shutting the site down rather than enter into any sort of bargain he made it perfectly clear that financial security does not rank on his list of concerns.

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Davey and Goliath

Rolton Group

 
23rd October 2013    |     Peter Rolton

In the fight between Osborne and Davey, only one side can win; whatever the result, the ramifications for the future of UK energy will be much more significant than simply bruised egos.

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Setting up camp in the policy battlefield

Rolton Group

 
18th October 2013    |     Kate Roche

At this time of year, attention frequently turns to fuel prices; year on year they climb higher, adding to a cost of living that thousands already struggle to contend with. There are many reasons for the continual increases, each of which makes its way into the media to fall on one side of the fence or the other.

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Derailed: The UK's Energy Supply?

Rolton Group

 
28th February 2013    |     Peter Rolton

The Chief Executive of Ofgem, Alistair Buchanan, last week delivered a severe warning to the nation about the likelihood of energy price hikes in the next few years as the UK feels the repercussions of growing needs and depleting resources.

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