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Family duo join Hunters’ Bishopthorpe Road branch

Hunters, one of the country’s leading estate agents, has announced an exciting change of ownership at its Bishopthorpe Road branch in York. The successful branch will now be run by a father and son duo, Gary and John Romans, both of whom have extensive knowledge of the area and experience with

Michelin-starred Yorkshire restaurant returns to Treske for inspiration

The Michelin-starred Black Swan at Oldstead, near Easingwold, has returned to award-winning furniture designer and manufacturer Treske of Thirsk to help to create a unique dining room experience. The Black Swan, recently named as one of the thirty finest restaurants in the country by the Sunday Times, has refurbished its restaurant

Former Kirklees College site to be redeveloped

A premier gateway site in Huddersfield is to be transformed into a major mixed-use development, creating hundreds of sustainable jobs for the town.  The former campus of Kirklees College in Huddersfield has been bought by Leeds-based developer Trinity One LLP for an undisclosed sum.  The college had occupied the old 6.1 acre

Cloth Hall Court opens its doors to dedicated conferencing

Well Met Conferencing, the conference office at Leeds Beckett University, have officially opened for business with their brand new dedicated conferencing venue, Cloth Hall Court. The city centre venue, sited just two minutes’ walk from Leeds Train Station, has undergone a £4.5m refurbishment to transform it into a state-of-the-art facility

School’s hall project quarter-of-a-million pounds nearer, thanks to Leo Group

A Calderdale school’s ambitious plans for a new sixth form and community centre are more than quarter-of-a-million pounds closer thanks to the fund-raising efforts of a local firm.  Boothtown-based environmental company, The Leo Group, has raised a staggering £265,000 in under one week for the Ravenscliffe Spring Hall project, via a

Yorkshire business selected as national finalist In Rural Business Awards 2017

Humble Bee Farm, based near Scarborough, has been selected as a finalist in this year’s Rural Business Awards (RBAs). The holiday cottage and glamping accommodation provider is one of five finalists in the Best Rural Tourism Business category and the winners will be announced at a glittering ceremony on 5th October. The awards have

Co-Operative invests over £500,000 launching three new-look food stores

Central England Co-operative has spent £500,000 on three new-look food stores in Yorkshire. The major investment in the county has resulted in former Wooldale Co-operative stores being revamped in Wooldale Road, Holmfirth, Holmfirth Road, New Mill, and Springwood Road, Thongsbridge, offering a wide range of products and services to meet the

IoD relocates to new Leeds headquarters

The Institute of Directors is relocating its Leeds headquarters to historic Cloth Hall Court.  The UK’s longest running organisation for professional leaders will move to the Grade II-listed building on Quebec Street, part of Leeds Beckett University, this month.  An Open House will be held on 18 July, where guests will have

Family duo join Hunters’ Bishopthorpe Road branch

Hunters, one of the country’s leading estate agents, has announced an exciting change of ownership at its Bishopthorpe Road branch in York. The successful branch will now be run by a father and son duo, Gary and John Romans, both of whom have extensive knowledge of the area and experience with

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