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Welcome to HantsBiz, the independent online information source for businesses in, residents of and visitors to Hampshire. We cover business related news from around Hampshire and the Isle of Wight and invite all local organisations to take part, use the site and help us make a resource that benefits all.
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Welcome to HantsBiz, the independent online information source for businesses in, residents of and visitors to Hampshire. We cover business related news from around Hampshire and the Isle of Wight and invite all local organisations to take part, use the site and help us make a resource that benefits all.
hantsbiz
Welcome to HantsBiz, the independent online information source for businesses in, residents of and visitors to Hampshire. We cover business related news from around Hampshire and the Isle of Wight and invite all local organisations to take part, use the site and help us make a resource that benefits all.
hantsbiz
Welcome to HantsBiz, the independent online information source for businesses in, residents of and visitors to Hampshire. We cover business related news from around Hampshire and the Isle of Wight and invite all local organisations to take part, use the site and help us make a resource that benefits all.
hantsbiz

Southsea’s Plamerston Road to be opened for one way traffic

August 20, 2014 by admin

A downturn in trade has seen the approval of Palmerstone Road, Southsea (Portsmouth) to be opened to one way traffic from the seafront. Approval by Portsmouth City Council has been met with praise and criticism. Pubs in the area suggest the move will deter pedestrians from stopping there.

Original Sainsbury’s Basingstoke depot makes way for new facility

August 13, 2014 by admin

An original part of Sainsbury’s Basingstoke depot recently underwent the final stages of demolition to make way for a new modernised facility that is costing the supermarket giant £100million.

M27 work starts today to ease congestion

August 4, 2014 by admin

In a bid to reduce congestion on the M27 major work starts today commencing with upgrades to junctions three and five. As part of a government backed £317m scheme additional lanes will be added to some approach roads and roundabouts with new traffic signals installed.

George Osborne in Southampton to promote pension reforms

July 21, 2014 by admin

Carnival UK’s headquarters were paid a visit by Chancellor George Osborne today who was in the city to promote and brief staff on radical new reforms to pensions. The changes are set to be the biggest for 100 years with people being able to take cash out of their ‘pots’ to cover care costs along with other vital needs.

£360m boost for Hampshire economy

July 7, 2014 by Tez

Hampshire’s economy is set to receive a huge £350m boost after The Solent Local Enterprise Partnership secured £124m of government money. This cash injection aims to create new homes and revitalise the economy by providing thousands of new jobs.

7.5m government investment for Portsmouth America’s Cup bas

July 1, 2014 by Tez

David Cameron announced today that Ben Ainslie’s proposed Portsmouth America’s Cup base will receive 7.5m of government funds to help get the project 'off to a flying start'.

100 Portsmouth shipbuilding jobs safeguarded after MOD £70m deal

June 23, 2014 by Tez

The MOD has struck a £70m deal that safeguards 100 Portsmouth shipbuilding jobs with BAE Systems. After months of turmoil and uncertainty about the cities future within the industry this is good news and will see a two year contract round off construction of six new Type 45 destroyers.

Morrisons vow to carry on with two new Southampton stores

June 19, 2014 by admin

Despite announcing 2600 job losses supermarket giant Morrisons have vowed to carry on with two new Southampton supermarket developments.

Big support for Ainslie in Portsmouth

June 17, 2014 by Tez

Plenty of supporters turned out for last night’s meeting with legendary Olympic sailor Ben Ainslie as he outlined plans for his bid to bring the Brit America’s Cup base to Old Portsmouth. The meeting took place at Portsmouth Cathedral where champions to the cause rallied round to make their feelings known.

Southampton bid to attract Ainslie (if Portsmouth should fall through)

June 16, 2014 by Tez

A meeting set to take place at Portsmouth City Cathedral tomorrow to discuss how Olympic sailor Ben Ainslie can bring his America’s Cup Sailing Team to the city is still due to go ahead. A number of objections from residents have cropped up regarding the site in Old Portsmouth and this is a chance to get concerns out into the open.

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