'While other members of the iDEA team are at meetings in London and Edinburgh, working for blue-chip clients Prudential and Castlemore respectively, we are on the ground floor of our three-storey converted 16th-century mill in deepest Shropshire. Working at the team table, in line with the company philosophy of ratio working, Nick and Deena are finalising proposals for the Limes project, an education and residential development for children with autism. It is approaching lunchtime and, ...
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