The Buckinghamshire Economy Today

The Heaviest Snow in Nearly 20 years – Braced Yourself For More

Posted in economy today by matureinstyle on February 8, 2009
After the heaviest snowfall for 18 years brought London and parts of the south-east to a standstill on Monday, most of the snow was in the south-west of England and Wales. Lorries ground to a halt on hilly stretches and motorists abandoned cars stuck in drifts. Even though the snowy conditions gripping the country eased in some areas, 8,000 schools across the UK yesterday were closed.

Some Thing Good is happening in a Downturn Economy


A new shop owned by John and Maxine Brimblecombe, has opened in Towcester which sells a wide range of sweets and chocolates for people wanting to reminisce and for children discovering the world of sweets their parents and grandparents used to know.


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Great news for the residents of Aylesbury

Posted in upbeat news by matureinstyle on January 18, 2009

Great news for the residents of Aylesbury Vale – and it’s about time to) the council is estimating around 70 new houses to be built with over half of them being affordable homes.

Catalyst is proposing to build 74 new homes, of which a minimum of 40 per cent will be affordable, together with redeveloping the adjoining Heron House.

The only downside is, Development is not expected for another three years but the cabinet decision enables the project to progress to the next stage.


The new affordable housing will be welcome by the residents and will make a valuable contribution to increasing the supply of much- needed affordable housing of which a minimum of 40 per cent will be affordable.




Buckinghamshire News -Trophy Presents to Lewis Hamilton By a High Wycombe Business.

Posted in upbeat news by matureinstyle on December 28, 2008

A Superstar is Born

FORMULA One superstar Lewis Hamilton has been presented with a prestigious award by a High Wycombe business at a glittering event to celebrate British motor sports.

Business Success

Business Success



The trophy is awarded every year to a British driver for the most meritorious performance in single-seater racing.


Formula One champion and BRDC president Damon Hill, and his mother Bette Hill, present the Graham Hill trophy to Lewis Hamilton at The Cafe Royal in London.


Success and achievement

It’s been a long road to success and achievement for Lewis Hamilton who graduates from karting to single-seaters, finishing third in the Formula Renault series in 2002.



He has come a long way since and at the young age of 23, 2008 has been a exceptional year for Lewis. He has becomes the youngest world champion in Formula One history, after five wins and a further five podiums take him to the title by a single point on only his second attempt. Commits to McLaren until the end of 2012.


Free Office Space For Three Months – In a Downturn Economy

Posted in upbeat news by matureinstyle on December 3, 2008

If you’re proactive in your thinking an economy downturn can be an opportunity to gain new clients and boost up your sales rather than being a problem for .

Off Line Marketing

Off Line Marketing

your business. – If you know and have mastered the sales and marketing methods that work best in times of recession.


If you are living in Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire, there is a great opportunity to gain free office space for three months.


 The plush office suite will be situated in the fabulous new £27 million Milton Keynes Academy under construction at Leaden hall. The Academy’s specialise is Business and Enterprise and its excellent facilities will include a high tech Enterprise Hub – where the free company offices will be located. Great news for Milton Keynes Economy.The free office will house three or four people. In return, the company would need to provide the Academy with five hours a week of professional expertise. This is a tremendous opportunity for the lucky winner during the economic downturn.



Interested businesses will need to provide full details of their company and outline what could be offered to the Academy in return for free office space, which will be available from September 2009. An interview process will then take place. Go here for more information on how to grow your business in a downturn economy,

Success in a Cold Economic Climate

Posted in upbeat news by matureinstyle on November 20, 2008

Did You Know:


Aylesbury and its surrounding Vale is promoting a wide range of economic, housing, infrastructure and related community schemes. You’ll see a big change from this autumn which will be a period of structural change and expansion of role for Aylesbury Vale.

AN “enterprise academy” for budding entrepreneurs is to be set up in Buckinghamshire with the backing of Dragon’s Den star and Marlow resident Peter Jones

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It will start next year at Buckinghamshire New University, Amersham and Wycombe College and Aylesbury College.


A NEW strategy setting out the economic future of Bedfordshire and Luton has been launched – The strategy has been developed by The Bedfordshire and Luton Economic Development Partnership, a partnership of private and public businesses and organisations

 Here are some upbeat news in a “downturn economy”

The Design & Manufacture Award Scheme – residential development on Oxford Road.


The Waterside development – residential, retail and café / restaurant site beside the canal in the town centre.


Parkway Station – new rail station sited in the Berryfields development to the North West of the town.

Berryfields and Weedon Hill – two major residential sites to the North West of the town, comprising 3230 and 1070 homes respectively.


Aylesbury College – delivery of Phase 2 of the College build.

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Recession Proof Marketing Strategy

Posted in economy today by matureinstyle on November 9, 2008

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