Norfolk Business News

General
16/12/2020
  With the busy festive season approaching, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is calling on East of England’s 1,154,200 Self Assessment customers not to miss the 31 January deadline. The 2019-20 tax return can be finalised at any time up to the deadline but HMRC is encouraging customers to complete it...
Policy
16/12/2020
Great Yarmouth’s Third River Crossing is one of Norfolk County Council’s most significant infrastructure development projects in recent years and will integrate with several other local development projects set to transform the town of Great Yarmouth. The Great Yarmouth Third River Crossing will...
Brexit
15/12/2020
There’s no doubt that many business owners and managers will have hundreds of questions and concerns about the direct impact of Brexit on organisations. But what about the effects on the end consumer? It’s essential that businesses understand how buying trends and consumer rights may be affected to...
General
15/12/2020
For December we are running our Christmas Countdown of Charities here at Norfolk Chambers, where throughout the month we will be sharing stories and updates from a variety of Norfolk Charities. Below is a recap list of the Charities we shared last week, along with links to the posts we sent out on...
Brexit
11/12/2020
There has been a positive response to the updated UK Border Operating Model from the International Meat Trade Association (IMTA). However they have stressed that clarification is needed on important details such as the certification for imports, check frequency from July next year and the locations...
Brexit
11/12/2020
There has been an update to the UK Governments Border Operating Model, this contains all details on how our border with the European Union will work and will be introduced on 01 January 2021. Explaining the importance of the new model, Liam Smyth, Director of Trade Facilitation at the British...
Brexit
11/12/2020
With the deadline for the end of the Brexit Transition Period fast approaching and Prime Minister Boris Johnson warning there is a “strong possibility” of no deal, Norfolk Chambers of Commerce wishes to assure its members and the wider Norfolk business community that we are here to provide guidance...
Brexit
10/12/2020
As we head into the final month of 2020, the time until the transition date decreases, and the probability of a no-deal increases. Whilst this hangs in the balance, some businesses may feel inclined to wait until the last minute to see what deal comes through. However, this strategy can be...
General
08/12/2020
Last week we kicked-off our Christmas Countdown of Charities here at the Norfolk Chambers, where throughout December we shall be sharing stories and updates from a variety of Norfolk charities. Below is a recap list of the Charities we shared last week, along with links to the post we made on...
Brexit
07/12/2020
With negotiations between the UK and EU once again at a decision point – and with just 24 days to go until the end of the Brexit transition period – the latest analysis by the British Chambers of Commerce shows that businesses still have insufficient official information available in 24 critical ...

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