We are pleased to announce that over the Xmas period, ten rucksacks were handed out to homeless people in Swansea along with extra clothing and sleeping bags thanks to the fundraising efforts of individuals and businesses in Swansea linked to the Rucksack Appeal.
Paula Stockley, Peter Lynn and Partners staff member and coordinator with the Rucksack Appeal commented, “Thanks to the support and help of people involved with the appeal, we were able to help the homeless in our city over Christmas and future plans include fundraising to provide summer bags with items such as sun cream, after sun, water, and wet wipes”.
If you would like to get involved, the Rucksack appeal Just Giving page is still live and donations can be made via -https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/rucksackappealswansea
While we are all busy making personal New Year’s Resolutions, our businesses are often neglected, or at least overlooked. The Christmas break, however, provides the ideal opportunity to take stock and consider the perfect business New Year’s resolutions to take forward into 2018.
- Consider your Business Structure
As businesses grow, so their complexities evolve along with the specific needs of the enterprise. What was once an entirely appropriate business set-up may no longer provide the ideal commercial structure, for the future. Have you had new business opportunities? New starters? New financial drivers? Now is the time to review the…
Unfortunately, many marriages end shortly after Christmas.
Whether it’s the pressure of creating the perfect Christmas day, the stresses of the festive season impacting on an already strained relationship or a poor decision made under the influence of alcohol; many marriages come to an end at the start of January.
The first working day after New Years, referred to by some as ‘D-Day’, see’s a spike in divorce applications so whether you are thinking of leaving your spouse or your other half has told you the marriage is over, the first response is usually an emotional one. This can range from…
Peter Lynn and Partners are proud to help the homeless in Swansea this year by supporting The Rucksack Appeal Swansea.
Coordinated by team-member Paula Stockley, The Rucksack Appeal Swansea aims to provide Rucksacks filled with essentials items to hand out to anyone who finds themselves homeless or rough sleeping for the first time.
Paula commented, “We set up an appeal over Christmas 2016 to collect rucksacks filled with essential items for homeless & rough sleepers and managed to hand out 20 rucksacks on Christmas Day and donated excess items to Ogof Adullum, a drop-in centre open 5pm-9pm every Monday, Wednesday, Saturday”.
Swansea has been announced as the winner of the Santander Cycles University Challenge after significant support from individuals and local businesses including Peter Lynn and Partners.
The Swansea University crowdfunder campaign, #bikes4swansea, raised over £100,000, smashing their target by 188% in just 33 days placing them first against other universities including Brunel, Birmingham, Surrey and Portsmouth.
Peter Lynn, Senior Partner, commented: “we were only too happy to pledge our support to this worthwhile campaign and to see it succeed is a fantastic achievement for the University and one we are proud to be involved with”.
The scheme will launch in the spring…
The successful sale of Cube M4 Business Park, Bristol by the commercial property team of Peter Lynn and Partners marks a “full-circle” service for clients, Cathedral Properties.
Darren A. Lewis, Partner and property development and investment specialist at the law firm, structured a deal to acquire the property in January 2016 for £1.1m. The purchase saw the client become the owner of three modern, high-quality office buildings totalling 17,236 sq.ft and not long after purchase, he had already secured the first tenant’s thanks to a proactive relationship with Savills.
Within a year, the property was at full capacity with four leases…
We were proud supporters of the DVLA Code Challenge 2017 and have received the following message from the organisers:
Firstly, thank you. The competition is now over and it proved to be a resounding success with a lot of extremely excited children, a fantastic host, brilliant Judges, none of which would have been possible without your help and generous support.
In total 50 Schools & Community Groups across Wales won Prizes in the DVLA Code Challenge Competition. All the entries we had this year were of a very high quality which shows just how much talent is out there, we just…