Chaired by Lord Blunkett and Lord Pickles, The Parliamentary Review is an independent, politically neutral platform for news, cross-party commentary and insight from business leaders.
The review is sent to over 500,000 business executives and policy makers across the UK. The publications are by various business sectors. Such as; Finance, Transport, Health Care, Education, Technology and so on, but our own sector was Construction and Engineering. It is an opportunity for businesses to publish information and best practice about their organisation and the Parliamentary Review features Lord Pickles, Lord Blunkett and Andrew Neil and they discussed the challenges ahead.
We are delighted to be featured in The Parliamentary Review and in our article, we give you an insight into the history of Hedley Hydraulics and how our experience helps us to be at the cutting edge of the industry.
Our article highlights the keys to our success; we are a well-established and highly skilled workforce, we have driven and motivated leadership, excellent customer relationships and the desire to be continually innovative. Finally, despite being very up to date with all the latest web-based communication, we still place a high level of importance on meeting our customers face-to-face.
You can read the full Parliamentary review article here; https://bit.ly/2kIVQRr
So, all that remained was to celebrate the success of the company and attend The Parliamentary Review Gala. This took place in The Terrace Pavilion at the House of Commons. With a backdrop of the Thames, The London Eye, Live music, a drinks reception, speeches from journalist and presenter Julia Hartley-Brewer, The Rt Hon Ken Clarke MP and journalist and broadcaster Andrew Neil. The only thing that dampened the mood slightly was the political news and the state of Brexit. The evening concluded with an endorsement of all those present and the successes of those businesses and organisations and the positive impact on the British economy. We were very honoured to attend and represent Hedley Hydraulics.