The company has been awarded a contract to supply professional security services to the pedestrian and vehicular entrances at this iconic castle and World Heritage Site.
The Oxfordshire Business Investment Fund – which launched in March – was developed to boost the county’s business community to move into a renewal phase following the Coronavirus outbreak.
The leading supplier of managed services and technology-based security solutions worldwide won the award for its outstanding growth in overseas sales.
The successful buyout will enable the group to expand its presence within both established and new sectors whilst growing its nationwide network.
The Corporate Co-working Membership scheme will give businesses the chance to offer employee collaboration at a convenient workspace close to home.
Award-winning multidisciplinary architecture, planning and urban design Practices – West Waddy ADP and Archadia Architects – have merged to form a new Practice, WWA.
The 1.2acre site is based at Lupton Road is a one-stop-shop for local trade and retail customers – their first in Oxfordshire – and brings the network to 80 branches.
The £10m government funded research centre will advise lenders, investors and insurers, enabling them to make better decisions to support a greener global economy.
The new centre is a part-Government funded project delivered in collaboration with Oxford Brookes University to promote entrepreneurship and support start-up businesses in the county.
Traditional and artisan bakery Pobi Bakery and 3D printing and prototyping service Printpool Additive Manufacturing will receive a range of expert support and cash investment.
The modular centre, located within the Oxford United Football Club car park, offers windscreen repair and replacements, advanced safety system recalibrations, and replacement wiper blades.
Simon Arnold has been appointed Finance Director, whilst Jonathan Harris takes over as Technical Director of Wallingford-based Grundon Waste Management.