Grundons Waste Management has welcomed the birth of Prince George of Cambridge, sending its congratulations and best wishes to the royal couple.
In a news release issued on Monday the Colne Valley Regional Park spelt out at the devastating impact Heathrow’s expansion plans would have locally, saying the North-West and South-West options would “wipe out” the southern part of the Park.
Shoppers to Tesco Express in Datchet are the first at the supermarket giant’s Express stores to be able to use an online groceries service.
Grundons’ Material Recovery Facility in Colnbrook has lost out to rival Viridor for the contract to reprocess waste from the London Borough of Hillingdon’s waste. Hillingdon’s new provider is not only cheaper but able to reprocess a much wider range of plastics and other refuse.
Major Colnbrook employer DHL’s success has caused it to sign up for a new 53,000 sq ft of warehousing space as it seeks to satisfy demand.
A storage firm that began in Colnbrook is celebrating 30 years in business by offering customers the chance to win prizes in a series of anniversary competitions.
A hotel reservation service PR stunt that named and shamed the country’s dirtiest hotels appears to have backfired after Colnbrook was rated the home of the UK’s cleanest! Provoking an angry reaction from hoteliers in Blackpool the stunt has exposed shortcomings in the company’s own service.
Driven by a 300% net profit growth in the last two years, global logistics provider Hellmann has announced a major expansion of its presence in Colnbrook.
Administrators of Colnbrook-based McArdle have revealed they are negotiating with one potential buyer. But hopes are fading for the company to be kept as a going concern as asset strippers wait on the sidelines. The company’s prime location in the residential heart of the village is understood to be generating particular interest.
Construction company McArdle went into administration the day before a hearing at Chelmsford Crown Court on April 24 into the death of a romanian worker on its M25 widening works in 2010. The company was charged with failing to ensure Mihai Hondru was not put at risk of collision.