Streetsweb version 4 is out now and trending!

Posted on 3rd October 2016 by Streets

Image to represent Streetsweb version 4 is out now and trending!

It doesn’t seem five minutes since we launched our last website in 2011, how the World Wide Web has developed over the last 5 years.

With an increasing use of our website for information dissemination and as a dynamic interface between ourselves, clients, intermediaries and the wider business community, it is vital we ensure it responds to the changing needs and demands of web users. In particular websites need to have clear and simple navigation and be responsive to the growing number of users accessing information on mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets.

Equally new business is now more likely to be generated via the web than it is by more traditional approaches such as direct marketing, telesales or advertising. Certainly more and more people are as likely to look online for professional services as they are to buy a product or other goods and services.

Whilst launching a new website is not likely to be worthy of press coverage or great celebration we do feel our new website is worthy of special attention and a look.  Over the last few months we have spent a great deal of time understanding how visitors to our site use and interact with it, along with what they want to see or use on the site.

With this in mind and acknowledging the need to simplify the user experience we have set out to and believe we have created a new site which is clean, extremely functional and easy to use, especially for those accessing information on a mobile platform. We are particularly pleased with the result and hope you feel the same.

We have also strived to create a greater personal link between our work and the clients we look after. It is very easy these days for businesses to become impersonal – our client relationship is very much at the heart of what we do and we have sought to reflect this with our new website.  Recognising that both businesses and private individuals will often look to a website for specialist knowledge, topical updates and advice, we have not only expanded this aspect but also made it much easier to access.

The proof though is in the pudding, so to experience our new website please do take a look. To ensure you enjoy the optimum user experience our website is best viewed using Google Chrome and you may need to refresh your browser! On the basis we believe you will find our new site useful and informative then please do add it to your favourites and share it with colleagues and contacts.

We are also delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted as a finalist in the B2B website category at the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards 2016!

No Advice

The content produced and presented by Streets is for general guidance and informational purposes only. It should not be construed as legal, tax, investment, financial or other advice. Furthermore, it should not be considered a recommendation or an offer to sell, or a solicitation of any offer to buy any securities or other form of financial asset. The information provided by Streets is of a general nature and is not specific for any individual or entity. Appropriate and tailored advice or independent research should be obtained before making any such decisions. Streets does not accept any liability for any loss or damage which is incurred from you acting or not acting as a result of obtaining Streets' visual or audible content.


The content used by Streets has been obtained from or is based on sources that we believe to be accurate and reliable. Although reasonable care has been taken in gathering the necessary information, we cannot guarantee the accuracy or completeness of any information we publish and we accept no liability for any errors or omissions in material. You should always seek specific advice prior to making any investment, legal or tax decisions.

Expert insight and news straight
to your inbox

Related Articles

Self-assessment payments on account

Self-assessment taxpayers are usually required to pay their income tax liabilities in three instalments each year. The first two payments on account are due on 31 January during the tax year and 31 July following the tax year end date. These

Falling inflation – what does it mean for you?

The following notes are reproduced from a Treasury statement issued 21 May 2024. Lower inflation supports people by maintaining the purchasing power of their money. If prices only rise slowly, people can plan their budgets more effectively -

New Brooms

As time passes during the present election campaign, its seems more likely that we may have a change of government from the 5 July. Labour have disclosed a number of tax changes they would introduce. To summarise they are: Private school fees

You might also be interested in...