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March 2018

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Childcare & Education 21 March 2018

It’s a postcode lottery for funding

Partner Nurseries in Clackmannanshire are paid £5 per child per hour for care for three to five-year olds while those in Inverclyde receive just £3.25. The average funding received for a two-year old in Scotland is £4.95 and for three to five-year olds is £3.84. Many pro...

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By:
Emma Govan
Business Agent - Healthcare
Hotels 21 March 2018

An update on the tourism market in the North West

With routes to and from London Southend, Dublin, and Belfast, footfall and accessibility will be set to increase as the Lake District and Cumbria become more attractive holiday destinations. While it is hard to gauge the exact impact that this will have on the value of tour...

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By:
Tom O'Malley
Senior Business Agent - Licensed
Dental Practices 20 March 2018

World Oral Health Day - An overview of the dental market in the North West

According to Public Health England 33% of children in the North West are experiencing poor oral health, which is significantly higher than other parts of England. Consequently, children affected by poor oral health are missing school and at higher risk of developing other heal...

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By:
Jonathan Watson
Director
19 March 2018

Christie & Co celebrates their employee achievement awards

David Rugg, Chairman of Christie & Co, presented the awards on behalf of Christie & Co and comments, “In 2017 the sectors in which Christie & Co operates benefitted from activity fuelled, in part, by the availability of finance and a surge of investors, many from outside the U...

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Childcare & Education 09 March 2018

A three-child policy in China – what are the implications for the day nursery sector?

A proposal was recently drafted by a deputy to the National People’s Congress (NPC), China’s top legislature, suggesting the implementation of a three-child policy to ensure that the rate of births meets the government’s expectations.  An increasing number of newborns in Ch...

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By:
Courteney Donaldson
Managing Director - Childcare & Education