High Wycombe Economy Doing Well with Record Quarter

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High Wycombe has seen a record number of new companies being set up in Q2, according to data analysed by company formation experts Duport.co.uk.

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Wycombe is an exciting place for new business to set up... the local council are working to keep the economy of High Wycombe alive and well.

The economy in High Wycombe has received a boost with the news that Q2 of this year has seen a record number of new companies formed in the area. There have been 251 business start-ups, comfortably beating the previous Q2 record of 239.

Regeneration of Wycombe town centre began in 2004 and is set to finish in 2026. The project includes the development of the town's existing shopping centre, the completion of the new Eden Shopping Centre and the redevelopment of the Buckinghamshire New University with a large student village and new buildings on Queen Alexandra road.

Wycombe District Council also set out a strategy for economic growth in April of this year. The strategy focuses on attracting inward investment, launching specific skills programmes for unemployed people, and helping existing businesses through a range of initiatives.

Managing Director of Duport.co.uk said:

“Wycombe is an exciting place for new business to set up. It’s just 30 miles from Central London, and has excellent links to the capital by road and rail. The redevelopment plan and economic strategy show that the local council are working to keep the economy of High Wycombe alive and well.”

With so many business assets, it’s hardly surprising that a record number of business start-ups have chosen to locate here in recent months.

Duport Associates Ltd is a leading UK company formation agent, operating in the UK for around 15 years. Duport registers around 10,000 new companies each year using its Companies House approved software. The Company Register which is maintained by Companies House contains public information about Limited companies and directors.

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