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Sitemaster Elevations – Price Increase

December 22nd, 2009 Comments off
Sitemaster Elevations

Sitemaster Elevations

We have jusy been notified that after maintaining the price of the very popular Sitemaster Elevations software for the last 3-4 years, due to currency increases Mobile CAD Surveying and Graeberts are increasing the price of their leading software package Sitemaster Elevations – Photographic Elevational software from £395.00 to £450.00 from the 1st January 2010.

So if you have been contemplating purchasing this software in the near future it may well be worthwhile you placing your order prior to the New Year. We are told that any orders placed before January 1st 2010 will be sold at the old price, thus saving £55.00.

For more information, visit the UK’s leading supplier of Graebert software Mobile CAD Surveying Ltd.

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Laser Level Hire – 0800 142 2022

December 22nd, 2009 Comments off

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If you’re looking to hire a laser level anywhere in the UK we can help. We have the biggest and best laser level hire fleet of any nationwide hire company which can be collected or delivered from over 85 branches. Our staff are knowledgeable and helpful, no matter what the enquiry, so if you need a laser level on hire you can be sure you’re speaking to the experts on 0800 142 2022. Please visit our website www.laser-level-hire.co.uk for more details

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Planning applications and road closures will no longer require press ads

December 22nd, 2009 Comments off

abcPlanning applications and road closures would no longer have to be advertised in newspapers in Scotland under a new cost-cutting plan announced by the government.

All public notices would only need to be advertised online, finance secretary John Swinney announced, in a move he said would save millions of pounds for local authorities.

A new public information portal would be established for all Scottish councils to post notices instead of advertising in local papers.

The changes are proposed in the draft Local Authority Public Information Notices (Electronic Publication) (Scotland) Order which now goes out to consultation until February.

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