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14 August 2019


By Ben Oughton, Development Director, Jaynic

Jaynic, the development company that’s creating a new employment
area at Suffolk Park in Bury St Edmunds is supporting the Bury Free
Press Business Awards at a time of great change in the region and what
better a time to celebrate business success.

There are great things happening in and around Bury St Edmunds. In
April this year St Edmundsbury and Forest Heath Councils merged to
form West Suffolk Council. As Council Leader, Cllr John Griffiths says:
“A new West Suffolk Council to better drive jobs, prosperity and the
local economy..”

And that is why Jaynic is supporting these very important awards,
because they showcase the best businesses from the length and
breadth of West Suffolk. This is now a substantial area with the
enlarged authority and there are many successful established and
growing businesses in the district.

With the strong support of the local authority at Suffolk Park we
already have several well established organisations including – East
of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust and Sealey - that are building
or have bought sites for major expansion, and we have recently signed
a lease with Unipart who will be acting as the provider for the NHS
Supply Chain.

These are businesses that have made Bury St Edmunds their home for
many years and have successfully grown their turnover and profitability
as a result of successful management. An undoubted contributor to this
success is their ability to grow the business within the town providing
top class facilities for their staff.

It is a truism that an attractive working environment helps to get the
best out of ones employees, ensure staff retention and improve

The business awards are there to reward this approach to business and
to encourage young businesses to reach for the stars. With the council
planning for 13,000 new jobs between 2011 and 2031, rewarding
success will become all the more important.

We want to share in this success by creating such facilities at Suffolk
Park and in the coming months we plan to seek consent for more
business space that will enable local businesses to expand. In addition,
we want to attract companies from outside the region to consider
locating in Bury St Edmunds with all its attractions.

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