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Paul came to Nottingham to study at the University of Nottingham, setting up Wren Accountants and Business Advisers in 2002 with fellow director Ravi Kesari. They moved to Beeston in 2005.

Helping to run the Beeston Business Network, Paul enjoys Beeston’s community atmosphere and the variety of independent businesses that make the town centre such an attractive place to work.

As to the future, Paul would like to see all the empty shop units - particularly near the new cinema - filled, preferably with local independents or decent quality national chains.

The unit that was Argos is a particular worry as it is big and has been empty for some time. More street art and great events like the Light Night could help.  Perhaps one event per month to draw people into the town centre and increase footfall?

We had a BID some years ago that did not continue. Now new businesses  are asking why we do not have something like BID in Beeston?

Paul Gayton
Wren Accountants and Business Advisers
March 2022

 

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