Whenever two people are involved in the buying and selling of the E Conveyancing Brisbane they have to get that done on the legal papers as well so that things are conducted legally as well as the chances of occurrence of any type of problem or any type of other activities are completely avoided. Stephen Timms MP, presented the awards to the two Berkshire companies in front of an audience of more than 300 business and community leaders from across the South East of England. SEEDA Board Member with responsibility for Sustainable Development, Kit Oliver OBE DL.

Turning the deal between the two people legally is very essential for two people as it has turned to be very hard to establish a trust on the person with the help of legal report different steps can be taken very easily to carry the complete work very smoothly as well as easily. All of the companies honoured by these awards are to be congratulated. It is clear that they recognise the value of the Sustainable Development Agenda - the integration of the economic environment, the physical environment and the social environment.

I am delighted that they demonstrate a marked growth in the application of best principles, and it is clear that legislation such as the climate change levy is beginning to have an effect. The performance of these companies ties in well with the thrust of the 2002 review of the Regional Economic Strategy which has sustainable development at its core.

SEEDA also announced its Sustainable Business Awards Competition for 2003 and encouraged guests to look to their own activities as suitable entries. Lack of Broadband access across the South East is endangering the future economic success of communities. To tackle this, the South East England Development Agency (SEEDA) has teamed up with Business Link to launch a further phase of the Satellite Broadband Pilot which has already been successfully run in Hastings.

Business organisations and other agencies across the South East have been invited to a free breakfast seminar and exhibition held at Waddesdon Manor. Waddesdon, nr. Aylesbury as part of a region wide programme. Alternative forms of Broadband access will be demonstrated and those attending will be given details of the eligibility criteria to compete for a limited number of available grants. Each grant is worth up to £1,060 for one year for Broadband access via satellite, and those who fulfil the criteria and are awarded grants will provide research findings over that time.