More good news for Portsmouth as details have been released of two America's Cup regattas coming to the city in 2015 and 2016.
Olympic sailing hero Sir Ben Ainslie's British America’s Cup team will be among the teams racing in the Solent in the prestigious events.
The regattas are part of the America's Cup World Series being held worldwide in the lead up to the competition's grand final.
How many emails do you have in your inbox?
We are receiving more and more enquiries about our wide range of services as we become busier and busier.
Increasing numbers of clients now contact us electronically although many still phone, write or even drop into our offices at the Fairway Business Centre in Portsmouth.
We're also finding greater numbers of people contacting us via this website, through our Twitter account, on LinkedIn and on Facebook.
We are continuing to see demand for our services as the property market remains strong.
According to new figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), there was a slight rise in the average house price nationally by 0.5% from August to September.
The ONS figures are based on mortgage-financed purchases of homes. It places the average home cost at £272,000.
The figures still demonstrate that the market remains healthy - and is forecast to remain so by many experts. They expect an interest rate rise to be unlikely until after the general election in May.
New figures out today show that the construction industry continued to grow in the third part of this year.
Output grew by 0.8% in the three months to the end of September compared with the second quarter of the year.
The figures from the Office for National Statistics also showed that construction output grew by 2.9% compared with the year before - the sixth consecutive quarter of year on year growth.
A sunny September boosted output after an indifferent August, according to the figures.
It's all systems go after the team from Veness Chartered Surveyors moved into our offices in Portsmouth this week.
We officially acquired the well-established and highly-respected practice on October 1 after announcing the deal at our 25th anniversary extravaganza at the Spinnaker Tower in early September.
We've been steadily moving the integration process forward the over the past month. Now the final piece of the jigsaw is in place with Veness relocating from their Cosham offices to our headquarters at the Fairway Business Centre.
What are you up to this weekend?
Trick or treating? Halloween parties? Fireworks displays?
There's plenty going on. We're had another busy month in October after our acquisition of Veness Chartered Surveyors.
We've been steadily integrating the experienced and talented Veness team into McAndrew Martin whilst ensuring that it is business as usual on a day to day basis.
Our exciting new venture with Veness will mean that we can deliver even higher customer service, expert advice and property related help.
Interest rates look set to stay at their record low for longer than thought.
The Bank of England's deputy governor has said that weak pay rises and low inflation mean there is less urgency to raise the 0.5 % rate.
Sir Jon Cunliffe gave the insight in a speech in Cambridge.
He said that a slowdown in the Eurozone and global growth also meant that interest rates could be kept at their current low for longer than thought.
Where do you think the best place to work is?
Internet giant Google has been named as 2014's best workplace in the world in a new poll.
The search engine topped a global table of 6,200 of the world's biggest companies.
It claimed the coveted number one spot for the third year running in the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces List unveiled by global consulting firm Great Place to Work (GPTW).
Workplace culture, company policies and practices, employee trust, camaraderie and pride were all crucial factors.
We were delighted to attend the best Opportunities Fair so far at Portsmouth Guildhall.
Half a dozen of our dedicated team gave up their Saturday to man our stand at the fourth annual careers showcase.
We joined many other businesses at the popular event to show young people aged 10 to 13 and their families just what exciting opportunities there are in the area when they leave school, college and university. Hundreds of people poured through the doors on the day.