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Switalskis makes senior appointent to drive future growth

Switalskis Solicitors has appointed Tim Halstead to a new role as chief operating officer, to work alongside managing director, John Durkan, across its eleven offices throughout the Yorkshire region. Tim was previously the managing partner for 26 years at Shulmans LLP, where he worked until its £20m takeover by Knights plc

Worl starts at prime Wakefield development site

Work has started on site today at a prime employment park on the outskirts of Wakefield. Leading Yorkshire property company Frank Marshall Estates bought the four-acre site at Flanshaw Way, close to Junction 41 of the M1, from Flanshaw Property Ltd for £1.3 million earlier this year. Visiting the development this week,

Sustainable luxury collections launch for bedmaker

Luxury bedmaker Harrison Spinks has launched two new collections as part of its commitment to enhanced comfort and sustainability and is inviting retail partners to its refreshed showroom to see the grand unveiling. Continuing to drive sustainable product innovation and development, Harrison Spinks’ new collections are being launched exclusively for its

Van-Line Ltd signs ten-year lease for Towngate Link unit

Brighouse-based commercial and industrial lettings specialist Towngate PLC, has agreed a ten-year lease with Van-Line Ltd on a 57,500 sq ft industrial unit in Leeds. The high-specification TL3 unit – which forms part of the newly-built Towngate Link development – will see the wholesale firm join existing tenants, London City Bond

Bradford garden centre backs fledgling business

Tong Garden Centre has become the first retail outlet to stock a range of handmade garden stoneware from fledgling Leeds business, Set in Stone. Set in Stone launched in May 2019 and is the brainchild of family friends Carl Pitts, 36 and Sam Smith, 35 who live in Belle Isle, Leeds. Bricklayers

Gregory completes £30m+ student development in Leeds

Gregory Property Group has announced the completion of The Refinery, a new £30m plus, 407-bed student residential development on the edge of Leeds city centre. A ceremony took place this week to formally handover the scheme to Fresh Property Management which is operating the site on behalf of investor Curlew Alternative