A helping hand

By Martin Tett | 06 July 2016

One of our key responsibilities as a council is to give a helping hand to small firms. It may not be a statutory obligation as such, but it’s crucial to Buckinghamshire in terms of jobs and the economy given our enormous growth agenda.

So when we had the chance to transform a disused Victorian building called Porters Lodge into a business hub, we jumped at the opportunity.

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