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Family law experts at Sheffield’s Taylor&Emmet LLP are welcoming the introduction of a new voucher scheme that will enable more local couples to access mediation. Vouchers are now being offered by the Ministry of Justice, up to the value of £500, for participants in family mediation who are not eligible for legal aid. Read more

Residential property expert, Centrick, has become one of the first in the region to secure remuneration as part of the government’s cladding £1bn building safety fund. Receiving £400k on behalf of its client – a 227 unit development in Birmingham – the money negotiated by Centrick will cover the costs of replacing the building’s cladding to updated safety specifications, as well as recovering legal, professional and survey fees for the leaseholders. Read more

Millions of pounds of home improvements are being offered to residents across the Doncaster borough. Doncaster Council is undertaking a number of initiatives to help local people make their homes more energy efficient, save them money and at the same time supports the Climate and Biodiversity Emergency and new Environment Strategy. Read more

Oracle Asbestos of Kettering, Northamptonshire has recently been given two prestigious awards by the financial analytics and reporting giant Plimsoll Publishing. Oracle are named as the No.1 Trading Partner in the UK in the asbestos services sector and are the only company within this sector to receive the “Outstanding Company” award for 2020. Read more

A Sheffield e-commerce business has become the only company in Yorkshire to be accepted onto Facebook’s Leaders Network programme. Dirty Stop Outs have become one of just 150 other companies across the country that have been singled out for their growth prospects Read more

New on-demand videos are available for SMEs in a drive to encourage them to act now and follow the new rules agreed as part of the UK’s free trade agreement with the EU.  The videos, being rolled out by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) are designed to help businesses take advantage of the deal, which maintains zero tariffs and zero quotas on trade in goods between the UK and EU. Read more