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Investor swoops for industrial units at Doncaster's Kestrel Court

Two newly built industrial units next to Doncaster Sheffield Airport have been acquired by a private property company in a £3.125 million deal negotiated by the Leeds office of property consultancy, Gent Visick (GV). GV has negotiated the acquisition of units 1 and 3, which measure 13,654 sq

Plans approved for historic mill complex to be transformed into homes

A Grade-II listed mill complex close to Bradford city centre that has fallen into a state of disrepair will now be transformed into 117 new apartments after planning permission was granted by officials at Bradford Council. Barkerend Mills, which is less than half a mile from Little Germany, consists of

Yorkshire Accountancy firm hits the right note

Chartered accountancy, tax specialist and advisory firm, Hentons, which has a passion for music that has transcended 40 years in the business, has been nominated for a top music industry award for the third year in a row. Hentons, has been shortlisted in Music Week’s ‘Accountancy Firm of the

Jaywing strengthens retail client services team

Following several new significant client wins including Rohan and La Redoute, data-powered integrated agency, Jaywing, has bolstered its retail team with five new hires. Nick Robinson - account director - With 16 years marketing experience across both client-side and agency businesses in retail, sport, FMCG and e-commerce, Nick brings a

Retailers eye 17,000 UK store openings this year as consumers in Yorkshire ‘look local’ post-lockdown

New research* by Barclays Corporate Banking reveals that 17,000 local high street stores could open across the UK in the next 12 months as shoppers adapt to a post-lockdown world by ‘looking local’. In a new thought leadership report published today, Retail Unlocked, Barclays’ data shows that consumers in

Pelican delivers first vehicles in its largest-ever UK order for all-electric buses

Long-established family business Pelican Engineering, based in West Yorkshire, has delivered the first vehicles in an order for 55 Yutong buses to McGill’s Group in Glasgow. The zero-emission vehicles are destined for use on routes around the city and Renfrewshire, including during the forthcoming COP26 climate change conference, as

Yorkshire social enterprise to help support 65k people under supervision of NPS

Over 45,000 people supervised by the National Probation Service are set to receive Education, Training and Employment (ETE) support under the roll out of four major Ministry of Justice contracts across London, the North West, the West Midlands and Wales. Maximus UK – a global leader in the delivery of