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Rob Kinsman
Regional Director
None | 17/01/2019 14:57:21

Business Outlook 2019: South West & Wales regional focus

Christie & Co has launched its annual Business Outlook 2019 report, which reflects on the previous year and forecasts what the year ahead may bring for its sectors. In terms of the South West & Wales, how have the care, hospitality and retail sectors performed over the past year and what opportunities does the region present looking ahead into 2019?

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Childcare & Education 01 February 2017

The return of confidence in the children's home market

A main news story which was covered by BBC Breakfast News on 13 January about children’s homes often being more suitable for a child than foster care due to the multiple breakdowns of placements, raised a number of questions about which route is best for children who require a...

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Rosie Adlem
Childcare & Education 26 January 2017

How changes to business rates will impact the day nursery sector

During 2016, operational factors, notably the introduction of the National Living Wage, the commencement of 30 hours pilot schemes and workforce challenges, have been at the forefront of providers’ minds. And 2017 is no different, bringing its own things to consider. Busine...

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Courteney Donaldson
Managing Director - Childcare & Education
Dental Practices 23 January 2017

Know your buyers in the dental practice market

Continued investor appetite and a lack of quality opportunities have led to many different buyer categories competing fiercely in the dental arena. Below we review the various buyer types currently in the market. Independents Independent buyers are usually bank funded but...

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Jonathan Watson
17 January 2017

Business Outlook 2017 - A View from Chris Day

The launch was perfectly complemented by commentary and insights from our esteemed guest speaker, Andrew Neil who explored the global economic and political climate as a backdrop to day-to-day business. Below, I’d like to touch on just some of the points which were discussed. ...

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Chris Day
Global Managing Director
Pharmacies 12 December 2016

Understanding the pharmacy cuts

While the scale of the cut this year is £57m less than first anticipated, the PSNC has announced that it is seeking a Judicial Review and with permission from the High Court, an expedited hearing has been requested. While the PSNC accepts the need for the NHS to achieve saving...

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Tony Evans
Head of Pharmacy
Pubs 07 December 2016

Go East: why the pub market in East Anglia is luring former publicans back to the trade

Privately owned freehouses in good locations such as cities, market towns and those near to busy A roads tend to be the most in demand properties in the region, particularly if they have rooms to complement their offering. If they have been visibly subjected to good investment...

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Anthony Jenkins
Associate Director
Dental Practices 02 December 2016

Considering the sale of your dental practice in 2017?

Planning ahead for an eventual sale is crucial to ensure that you maximise its value and therefore achieve the highest price for your practice when you’re ready to move on. There are several things to consider; perhaps you want to look at retaining your property and are lookin...

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Simon Hughes
Managing Director - Medical
Retail 28 November 2016

High value convenience stores: still at the top of buyers' shopping lists

The convenience store has evolved over time. No longer thought of as simply ‘the corner shop’, it has been commended as one of the businesses to have the most positive impact on a local area, second only to the Post Office, which is coincidentally often found within a convenie...

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Mark Kaluza
Pubs 21 November 2016

Clear skies ahead for the North East licensed market

To set the scene, the north eastern coastline in particular has seen an incredible amount of investment over the past two years. Bridlington has received a £25m leisure centre and plans have recently been lodged for an £8m Premier Inn, the first new hotel in the region for alm...

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David Cash
Senior Business Agent - Licensed
Hotels 17 November 2016

Why the CEE hotel investment market is booming

Hotel investment activity in CEE – from the Adriatic Coast to the Baltic Sea – has been booming in the second half of 2016, with numerous hotel properties being on the market and several transactions taking place. A lot of deal activity was witnessed in the Balkans. Exampl...

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Lukas Hochedlinger
Managing Director Central and Northern Europe