Morgan, set to ‘pick up the pace’ with our help
A champion rower from Maidstone will find things a little easier after Gullands have agreed to sponsor him for three years.Morgan Hellen, from Bower Mount Road, is a 17-year-old pu...
Crime is With You for Life!
It is widely thought that once a conviction is ‘spent’, it is erased from ‘the system’ and simply ceases to exist. Regrettably for those who may have a yout...
Couple Sell Farm to Pay for Chancel Repairs
After fighting their case all the way to the House of Lords and losing, Powys couple Andrew and Gail Wallbank have been forced to sell their farm in order to pay for repairs to the...
Helen cuts the ribbon to make us ‘official’
Helen Grant, Conservative Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Maidstone and the Weald, cut the ribbon to officially open Gullands’ new reception area at 16 Mill Street, M...
Moving premises? Don’t forget the Tax Man!
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have now updated their instructions on how companies which move premises should inform them of a change of company address. The essential point is th...
‘Lucky to have Blair on our side’
A C Goatham and Son have been clients of Gullands for about 20 years, but Clive Goatham and Blair Gulland first met 50 years ago when they were eight-year-old prep school boys at E...
Lawyer Helen opens our new reception
Helen Grant, the Conservative Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Maidstone and the Weald, has officially opened our new reception facilities at Gullands in Mill Street, Maidst...
Commercial Organisations Face Tough New Bribery Law
The Bribery Bill had its third reading in the House of Lords on 08 February and now goes to the Commons for consideration. The purpose of the Bill is to provide a modern and ...
Construction Act amendments receive Royal Assent
On 12 November 2009 the Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Bill (LDEDC Act 2009) received Royal Assent. When the Act comes into force it will amend the Co...
Length of service related pay schemes
As a result of the decision of the Court of Appeal handed down on 20 October 2009 in the case of Wilson v Health & Safety Executive, any business that operates pay scales based...