Sydney & London Properties, the only landowner other than Network Rail on the site of Euston Station, has welcomed the Government’s confirmation that proposals for a national High Speed rail network are to go ahead as planned. The infrastructure project sees Euston Station chosen as the London terminus for High Speed 2.
Richard Anning, Chief Executive of Sydney & London Properties, commented: "This will bring much needed local investment to modernise the transport hub and transform this landmark station, providing a catalyst for regeneration of the surrounding areas.."
The corporate team’s Ed Smith and Emma Davy were busy handling media activity around the launch of accountancy firm BDO LLP’s annual FraudTrack report, which collates data from all reported fraud cases valued at over £50,000 over the past year. The report provided an interesting insight into how fraud has been impacted by the current economic climate. With reported fraud figures at a record £2.1bn, Simon Bevan, BDO’s head of fraud services team had a busy day - dividing his time been broadcast interviews (BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme, BBC Radio 5’s Wake Up to Money and BBC News TV) and providing comment for national newspapers such as the Financial Times and Daily Telegraph.
The end of January saw the music industry flock to Cannes to showcase their wares at ‘the world’s largest trade fair for the music industry’, MIDEM. It was here that MXP4 launched to great acclaim its latest edition to its interactive music Facebook game suit, Bopler TapTour. Fancy touring the world to tracks by LMFAO, David Guetta, Fall Out Boy and Robbie Williams? Then have a go here: http://www.facebook.com/BoplerGames.
In his recent article in the November edition of Caring UK, Shimon Cohen encourages the Caring Sector to start promoting the positive aspects of its industry.
In the latest edition of the Jewish Chronicle, Chairman of The PR Office, Shimon Cohen, explores the impact of the current economic climate on charitable giving and how charities can best succeed in the future. Will smaller charities survive? Read the article ‘Charities will adapt or die’ here http://bit.ly/q6BwBf