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Building improvements confirmed for 24 Yorkshire schools

Property consultant Eddisons has secured £30m to improve buildings at 76 academy schools across the UK under the Government’s Condition Improvement Fund (CIF) programme. Schools in line for upgrades include 24 in Yorkshire, set to receive a total of £10m worth of improvement works. New funding for the latest round of

Yorkshire headhunting team buck trend

Global agency Red Diamond Executive Headhunters has announced a raft of new business wins. Operating out of its head office in Huddersfield and in the United Arab Emirates, the firm specialises in placing business leaders and senior management across the globe. The business – founded by MD Emma Robinson and her partner

North Yorkshire businesswoman becomes UKIFDA president

North Yorkshire businesswoman Janet Kettlewell, owner and director at independent fuel oil supplier, Kettlewell Fuels, was inaugurated as the 33rd President of the UK and Ireland Fuel Distributors Association (UKIFDA), during the trade association’s first virtual AGM.   As UKIFDA President, Janet’s role will involve supporting UKIFDA CEO Guy Pulham and running

Call for York businesses to access Make It York support

With the Covid-19 outbreak resulting in an unprecedented strain on the UK economy impacting businesses across all sectors and markets, Make It York and City of York Council have rolled out a number of business support initiatives over the last few months to help during this crisis. With £110m of Government

Sale of Huddersfield retail park completes

Advisor Avison Young has completed the sale of Gallagher Retail Park in Huddersfield to a private South African buyer on behalf of Administrators at Deloitte. The popular destination, located off Wakefield Road, is fully let and home to well-known brands including M&S, McDonald’s, Aldi and Home Bargains. Permitted occupiers have remained