Drive to promote two districts

A new business brochure and series of town fact-sheets have been published to promote South Oxfordshire and the Vale of White Horse.

The eight-page brochure, produced by South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Councils, highlights the strengths of the area.

It is hoped the brochure will encourage businesses to relocate and invest in the towns and villages.

The brochure highlights the area’s strengths as a central location, housing world class businesses, with a highly skilled workforce and offering a range of business sites and research facilities.

There are also seven fact-sheets to promote each town in the districts, highlighting key statistics that potential investors need to know before considering the area.

Elaine Ware, cabinet member for economy, leisure and property at the Vale, said: “Southern Oxfordshire is not only a great place to live, but also has a fantastic pedigree when it comes to leading business.

“We hope that more organisations will see the tremendous value that it has to offer and consider moving here.”

The brochure and fact-sheets can be downloaded from southoxon.gov.uk/ business and whitehorsedc.gov.uk/ business

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9:37am Wed 25 Apr 12

wizardofox2 says...

Off to a cracking (but typical) start then, neither of these links work and i can't find any mention if it on the Vales web site !
Off to a cracking (but typical) start then, neither of these links work and i can't find any mention if it on the Vales web site ! wizardofox2
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9:47am Wed 25 Apr 12

oxinkytext says...

The last bit of the link above should be "letsdobusiness". Having read the fact-sheets and brochure, however, I am not impressed. Do the Vale really think this rehashed information will make a major impression on business? I would also like to know what this has cost!
The last bit of the link above should be "letsdobusiness". Having read the fact-sheets and brochure, however, I am not impressed. Do the Vale really think this rehashed information will make a major impression on business? I would also like to know what this has cost! oxinkytext
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10:12am Wed 25 Apr 12

wizardofox2 says...

Eureka, what a lot of rubbish ! nothing about our industrial pedigree, M.G.cars, Morland etc or of the 5,000 at nearby Dalton Barracks and why are we building all these new homes if, as is stated, our poulation is going down?
Eureka, what a lot of rubbish ! nothing about our industrial pedigree, M.G.cars, Morland etc or of the 5,000 at nearby Dalton Barracks and why are we building all these new homes if, as is stated, our poulation is going down? wizardofox2
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12:41pm Sat 28 Apr 12

hatofthecat says...

I'm not sure that MG, went out of business a generation since, or Morland, relocated to an industrial park in Ipswich are the best examples....
I'm not sure that MG, went out of business a generation since, or Morland, relocated to an industrial park in Ipswich are the best examples.... hatofthecat
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