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Navigating the vast landscape of business finance options can be overwhelming. Traditionally, if a business owner is in the market to raise funding the first product that comes to mind is a business loan. In many instances, a term loan is the most appropriate funding solution for the need of a business. However, sometimes other…

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Great news! You’ve finally made a decision to start that porch extension, or turn that dusty loft into a brand new office space or perhaps you’re thinking about a conservatory so you can read whilst listening to the glorious English rainstorm above you. Whatever it is you’ve decided to do, the excitement often lasts right…

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You’ve finally come to a decision. You want to buy a house that you can make yours. You see yourself as the next Sarah Beeny or Laurence Llewelyn Bowen (perhaps with not so many loud shirts) moving around the dilapidated property, assessing every corner and picturing it, as it will be, your own masterpiece. Regardless…

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We miss the sunshine when it’s gone and moan when it’s here. Moaning is a part of our British culture and our savvier, sun-loving friends on the other side of the pond love us for it. Moaning or not, we think you can appreciate how this week has been monstrously hot. We’re not sure if…

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Is a Security Survey worthwhile?

Tuesday 31st July, 2018 by

At DPH Security Consultancy we would certainly advocate having a thorough Security Survey carried out on an annual basis. Well, of course we would say that…! However, increasingly it has been shown to be the case that after security incidents or breaches have occurred, if a thorough security survey had been carried out prior to…

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A signing choir of around 30 children from All Faiths Children’s Academy in Rochester are to defend their national crown at the annual National Signing Choir Competition thanks to sponsorship from local company, Calibre Facility Services Ltd. In May this year, All Faiths Revolutionaries – AFR, won at the competition when it was held in…

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Everyone knows someone who thinks they know a thing or two about plumbing. A “what will go wrong” type of individual who has to at least “have a go.” A “go” that usually sees you two hours later both submerged in a small, freezing lake in your kitchen. Aside from wanting to fix these issues…

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Match The Interior With The Exterior For those of us living in Britain, the English summer brings with it a dual emotion of excitement and dread. It’s a bit like inviting an unknown and unpredictable party guest. One minute you’re all outside enjoying the sunshine, the next minute a wind has ripped through and blown…

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As we all know, and no doubt have been continuously reminded of over the past six months or so, Making Tax Digital for Business (MTDfB) will commence for all incorporated and unincorporated businesses above the VAT threshold (currently £85,000) from April 2019. And with less than nine months until implementation, H M Revenue & Customs…

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Event raises awareness of asbestos-related disease prevalent in Kent and Medway area. An action day held on 6 July to commemorate victims of mesothelioma has received strong support from professionals, campaigners and victims, as Medway remains one of the areas worst affected by the disease. Organised by leading law firm Brachers, Alan McKenna of the…

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