Factors to consider when relocating your business

Published in The Telegraph 

Local infrastructure can make or break a business, but moving poses enormous challenges and unexpected costs

“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of poky offices, exorbitant rents and crippling business rates.” That is what Samuel Johnson might have said had he been a 21st-century business owner rather than an 18th-century writer.

But with future improvements in infrastructure – particularly the High Speed 2 rail line between London and Birmingham, and Crossrail in the capital and the South East – the way people move around the country is set to change. Meanwhile, the construction of the planned new nuclear power station, Hinkley Point C, is poised to become the epicentre of a whole new economic ecosystem in Somerset.

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