A study of retail habits by Winchester City Council has recently been published and features –
Thursday January 30 will see 31 Hampshire based employers, from the aerospace industry, business services, construction, defence, health and care, hospitality, marine, manufacturing and public sectors, exhibiting at a Gosport jobs fair.
After opening just 18 months ago in Winchester town centre, Jamie Oliver’s much vaunted Union Jack’s high end pizza eatery’s future looks in doubt.
Portsmouth’s shipbuilding industry has been dealt a fresh blow after Philip Dunne, the government’s minister for defence, cast doubt on the city’s bid of keeping all future warship maintenance.
Alresford based, award winning deli/café, Caracoli will be opening the doors of a new establishment in Farnham. Stocking a range of speciality foods and the highly regarded Caracoli own branded kitchen products – the new store is expected to add to the company’s continued success.
In the wake of announcements last week from BAE Systems, who are pulling out of Portsmouth; hopes have been pinned on a number of firms expressing interest in bringing their operations to the city. Reported at least seven companies have approached officials in the last few days – some of whom are interested in building whole ships in Portsmouth.
It’s being reported in the media today that Portsmouth based BAE Systems' employees are facing 940 job cuts due to escalating costs of two new aircraft carriers currently under construction.
BAE announced the possibility of job losses after speculation started to filter through over the past few days.
The number of Jobseekers’ Allowance being claimed across Havant, Fareham, Gosport, Chichester, Winchester and East Hampshire fell between August and September.
Yachting and watersports holiday company Sunsail have been a recognisable part of Port Solent for over 20 years, but the TUI Travel PLC owned company is now moving its entire operation to Surbiton.
As part of the fallout nearly 100 jobs are at risk, although according to spokeswoman, Marion Telsnig, some employees have already agreed to move with the brand.
The £2m refurbishment of a Morrisons supermarket, located at Anchorage Park Portsmouth, has created 30 new in store job positions.
The plans for the new layout also includes a public facing Craft Skills Academy. With training apprentices in traditional trades such as butcher, fish mongery and baker, the academy aims to give young people more opportunity.