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Russell with his award

Russell Leggett - EEEGR Lifetime Achievement Award

We would like to extend our congratulations to Lovewell Blake Senior Partner, Russell Leggett, who was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 12th Annual EEEGR Innovation Awards held on Thursday 16th July.

Russell was given the award in recognition of his contribution to the local energy sector here in the East.

Congratulations Russell!

(picture of Russell courtesy of EEEGR.)


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Summer Budget 2015

The Chancellor delivered his second Budget of the year yesterday. The details can be found in our Budget summary pages.

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Personal Tax

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