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  • 30 July 2015 9:47 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

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    The July Budget - Pension Freedoms followed by belt tightening

    From April this year we saw the introduction of the new Pensions Freedom legislation. These changes for pensions went further than most people had expected, and provided further real attractions to investing for your retirement through a pension plan.

    Tax relief on contributions has always been the single biggest attraction for pensions, and its removal has been a topic of conversation ahead of any Budget in recent years. Not surprisingly the Chancellor announced in his July Budget to restrict tax relief for high earners. High earners being defined as those with adjusted taxable income of £150,000 or more.

    These changes will not take effect until the new tax year 2016/17, and as such do represent an opportunity for high earners to take advantage of the current rules.

    Under the existing legislation everyone has a £40,000 annual pension allowance. On the basis you have taxable income at this level or above, you are entitled to full tax relief on contributions.

    From 2016/17 people with adjusted income in excess of £150,000 will have a tapering allowance such that those with income levels above £165,000 will have a reduced annual pension allowance of £10,000 to which tax relief can be gained.

    Is this a buy while stocks last scenario?

    For high earners that have the capacity to fund their pensions at the higher level and above, the announcements do provide a window of opportunity.

    In addition, there is a facility to carry forward any unused relief from the three previous tax years.

    If you feel you may be caught by this new cap, and would like to explore the options for making large pension contributions in this tax year please contact us on 01273 208813 and speak to one of our advisers.

    For a detailed summary of the pension budget, please follow this link.

  • 30 July 2015 9:39 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    IEP Auto Enrolment Seminar

    Tuesday 22nd September - Sussex County Cricket Club

  • 30 July 2015 9:02 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    South Coast Gym - Corporate Rate Offer for all Employees based on Lancing Business Park

  • 30 July 2015 8:54 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Have your say - What do you really think of regulation and planning?

    You have been chosen because you are running a business in West Sussex and Brighton & Hove and like other businesses in your area, you would like to save money and time. Just tell us how regulators and planners can assist your business, and help you to prosper by completing the Better Business for All survey. We would appreciate your feedback, the survey ends 31 July.

    Please take 10 -15 minutes to give us your honest and anonymous feedback about your experiences of regulation and planning and how you think we can make the process quicker and easier for you.

    Please click here to complete the survey
  • 30 July 2015 7:50 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Coastal West Sussex NEWS - Summer 2015

    What's been happening across Coastal West Sussex... Welcome to the summer edition of the Coastal West Sussex (CWS) Partnership newsletter which keeps you up-to-date with our news and also provides information about business opportunities that may be of interest to you.

    CWS Recognised as Coastal Community Team

    Helping to grow the economy

    The CWS Partnership has been recognised as a Coastal Community Team by the Department for Communities and Local Government. Earlier this month Coastal Communities Minister Mark Francois gave his support to CWS and more than 100 other new teams that will help revive England’s seaside towns and decide where investment goes.

    CWS will receive £10,000 of government funding to invest in our local seaside towns. The partnership will be able to use the funding to help bring jobs, growth and prosperity to our beach towns. For the full story, please follow this link.

    Business Growth Grants

    Is your business eligible for a grant of £15,000 - £100,000?

    Businesses in CWS could be eligible for substantial funding thanks to a Business Grants programme launched by Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership and West Sussex County Council.

    It is hoped that small and medium sized businesses looking to expand and create new jobs, but not finding it easy to find the finance, will apply.  Start-ups, existing businesses and social enterprises are being encouraged to express interest in the programme before the deadline of 15th September 2015.

    To find out more please click on thislink

    News from the CWS Board

    Kirk Brown elected as Chairman

    Kirk Brown, Vice President and Site Director for GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), has taken over the Chairmanship of the CWS Board from Iain Shepherd who successfully led the Board for four years.

    Kirk joined GSK in the USA in January 2007 moving to the GSK site in Worthing as Vice President and Site Director in September 2012 with responsibility for around 850 staff.  Kirk is “looking forward to opening up engagement between the public sector and the business community to drive forward sustainable growth and strengthen the coastal economy.”

    Recognised in the Queens honours List

    Former Chairman of Coastal West Sussex, Iain Shepherd was awarded an MBE in the Queens Birthday Honours list. Iain was recognised for his services to the Marine sector and the economy in Chichester. Shelagh Legrave, who Chairs the CWS Skill and Enterprise Group,was awarded an OBE for services to Further Education.


    Small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) in CWS are being encouraged to apply for the Government’s Broadband Connection voucher scheme while funds last. More than 25,000 SMEs across the UK have already benefitted from scheme, which helps businesses get connected to superfast broadband.
    Click here to find out more

    Consultation on the Local Development Order (LDO) to support the delivery of Enterprise Bognor Regis is now taking place.  Enterprise Bognor Regis is a 22.9 hectare site that includes three separate land parcels :

    • Salt Box (Site 1)
    • Rowan Park (Site 2) and
    • Oldlands Farm (Site 3).

    The objective of the LDO is to foster economic growth and provide the opportunity
    for the development of employment uses to benefit from an accelerated and
    simplified planning process.

    The LDO removes the need for planning permissions and gives developers the confidence to bring forward business related schemes within the site.  

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  • 22 July 2015 8:03 PM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Updated corporate offers from Impulse Leisure for all Businesses on Lancing Business Park


  • 09 July 2015 12:35 PM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)
    Fine Cut: Graphic Imaging, LTD
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    Large Format Laser Marking

    We offer state-of-the-art laser marking onto almost any material. Components, nameplates and signage are all catered for along with large format laser marking of machine overlays and panels. Experts in the supply of laser marked products to the medical, industrial and electronic industries.

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    Durable Digital Labels & Decals

    Fine Cut manufacture digitally printed labels and decals suitable for interior and exterior use with great durability & high quality print finish. Utilising a range of high performance materials, coupled with UV or ECO Solvent inks and a protective UV over varnish, our digital labels will withstand the most extreme conditions.

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  • 18 June 2015 10:40 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)
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    Fine Cut Around The World

    Fine Cut are proud to have been chosen as the manufacturing Partners for the Ricardo 100 years baton which travelled the world in celebration with the team. The aluminium baton was manufactured using many processes including 5-Axis Maching, CNC Engraving, Laser Marking and hand finishing.

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    Resin Domed Labels & Badges

    We are one of the UK's most advanced manufacturers of domed labels & badges, utilising the most cutting-edge doming equipment available & supplying to a wide range of industries. Our domed labels & badges can be digitally printed in full colour & finished with the highest quality resin dome to ensure your product stands out from the crowd.

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  • 18 June 2015 10:38 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

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    The Rewards of Efficiency

    At Tenkay we work hard to drive efficiencies in our manufacturing processes to provide our customers with the best possible quality, service and price.


    Here’s how we do it:

    1. Breaking jobs down to sub-assemblies

    We assess each of our customers’ products on a case by case basis to establish the best build process. Usually, the most efficient way is to break the product build down into sub-assemblies. This can lead to better engineering and allows us to maximise machining and shop floor capabilities, resulting in more flexibility around tight lead times. It also means that quality can be monitored at each stage to ensure the final product is right first time.

    2. Monitoring build efficiencies

    We continually monitor product builds for any variation in quality or efficiency. If a variation occurs, we…

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    At Tenkay, we pride ourselves on our quality manufacturing and customer service, so if you’re interested in seeing if we can work together, please give us a call today on 01903 855 455.






    Tenkay Electronics Ltd
    Unit 2 25 Marlborough Rd
    Lancing Business Park
    West Sussex
    BN15 8TR

    Tel: 01903 855 455 
    Fax: 01903 761 942 

      Tenkay Electronics Ltd is a company registered in England Registered No. 1925067 Vat No. GB 423 229 771

  • 11 June 2015 12:22 PM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)
    Adur & Worthing Council Economic Development are working to alleviate the van congestion and parking issues, currently being experienced outside the Graham Woods site in Chartwell Road. The increased activity in this area is expected to last for the next 6 months and therefore operational changes are being implemented and a temporary parking/holding area is currently being looked at, to help address these issues.