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Northallerton to host landlords forum

Private landlords, estate agents and any other organisations with an interest in Private Sector Housing are being urged to attend a landlord’s forum later this month. The event run by Hambleton District Council in partnership with Richmondshire District Council and the National Landlords Association, takes place on Wednesday 28 June at

Northallerton Prison demolition almost complete

Demolition of Northallerton’s defunct prison is almost complete.  Contractors are due to move off the 3.5 acre site at the end of June having brought down the old buildings and the massive wall surrounding them.  There will be just the five listed buildings remaining - the governors house; the interlinked female, segregation

First turf cut on Northallerton housing development

The first turf on Hambleton’s largest ever housing development has been cut.  Leading figures involved on the North Northallerton project got together this week in recognition of the importance of the scheme. It will see more than 1000 new homes constructed alongside a primary school, a sports village and commercial buildings –

Trowers & Hamlins advises on major regeneration of former HM Prison in Northallerton

International law firm Trowers & Hamlins has advised Hambleton District Council on a joint venture with Wykeland Properties Limited to develop the former HM Prison Northallerton as a major mixed-use regeneration project in central Northallerton. The development of one of Northallerton's most historic landmarks will see the long disused prison transformed

Prison demolition enters final stage

The final stage of the demolition of Northallerton’s defunct prison has begun.  Leader of Hambleton District Council, Counr Mark Robson, pictured, took one final look at the 3.5 acre site before bulldozers started removal of the iconic cell block which loomed above the walls.  The block is the last of the buildings to

Northallerton launches bessed dressed window competition

Coun Robson is pictured Lisa Cessford, owner of ChapterZ and Martin McTague, National Policy chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses who support Small Business Saturday   "Small Business Saturday"  saw the launch of a competition to find the best dressed shop window in Northallerton. Organised by Caz Pring of Natural Knitter Wool

Entente cordiale as The Pipe and Glass banishes post-Brexit blues

Pictured are Andrew Firth, of the Northallerton-based wine merchants, teamed up with Samuel Guibert, the owner of the world famous Mas de Gassac wine estate in Languedoc   Yorkshire wine merchants Firth & Co has hosted a prestigious dinner at the Michelin-starred Pipe and Glass, near Driffield, with one of France’s finest wine

Yorkshire third generation family business expands operations to Scotland

HCS Mechanical Services is driving expansion into the growing Scottish market with the recruitment of highly experienced plumbing, gas and heating professional, Mark Lammey, as Operations Manager for Scotland. HCS Mechanical Services is part of Clarke’s Group - a third generation family business established in 1920 - which also comprises Asbestos removal

Four appointments spark further growth for HCS Mechanical Services

Northallerton-based HCS Mechanical Services, a third generation family business launched in 1920, has made four new appointments. The renowned independent Yorkshire heating and plumbing company has taken on wide-ranging roles spanning an apprentice, a bid writer, a plumbing and heating engineer and a contract manager. Bid writer Lisa Todd was previously a

Major new appointment drives Clarke’s Environmental forward in Scotland

Asbestos removal expert, Clarke’s Environmental Ltd, has strengthened its presence in the growing Scottish market with the appointment of highly-respected asbestos abatement expert, Tony Roper, as regional manager for Scotland. It is the latest instalment in a round of recruitment, promotions and acquisition that has seen many of the sector’s brightest