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Ward Hadaway’s property team plots further growth

The specialist "plot sales team" at law firm Ward Hadaway is targeting further growth after clocking up more than 5,000 completed transactions – representing an eight per cent increase on the previous year. The team, which acts for a number of the UK's leading housebuilders, successfully completed the sale of around

Sister companies’ success in Scarborough Business Awards

Two Yorkshire coast businesses are celebrating their success in the Scarborough Business Awards.  Hunmanby business Wold Top Brewery was awarded the Medium Business of the Year award and Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery the Tourism Business of the Year award at a glittering awards ceremony at the Scarborough Spa.   Kate Balchin, who runs

The oldest hotel in the UK seeks new owner

Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co has brought to the market The Lowther Hotel and The Drake Inn, both located in the heart of the historic town of Goole, in East Yorkshire. The Grade II listed Lowther Hotel was built in 1824, operating as a hotel since its inception. It

WBD hires intellectual property trade mark Lawyer into its Leeds office

Transatlantic law firm Womble Bond Dickinson (WBD) has hired trade mark lawyer, Robin Richardson, to join its expanding Leeds-based Intellectual Property (IP) team. Robin joins from KISCH IP, based in Johannesburg, South Africa. He is a Fellow of the South African Institute of IP Law and a South African-qualified Trade Mark

Ripon charity gets into Christmas spirit with month of festive retailing

Staff, members and volunteers at a Ripon charity are getting into the Christmas spirit with a series of festive retail and fundraising events. Ripon Community Link incorporating Ripon Walled Garden will be selling Christmas Trees, Christmas cards, Christmas cakes, puddings and other festive fayre, hosting coffee mornings and offering personalised letters

Brand consultancy completes overhaul of 19th Century mill

Following a six-figure financial investment and six months of renovation, brand consultancy The Engine Room as moved into its new home in Mirfield – York Mills. The former 19th Century piggery – once owned by the employer of Anne Brontë – was purchased by The Engine Room’s managing director Lesley Gulliver and

Domestic interest props up Leeds commercial property investment

Investment in Leeds commercial property increased 70 per cent, to the end of Q3 in 2018, compared to the same period for the previous year. This places Leeds within the five regional investment capitals outside of London. Investors, both domestic and from overseas, acquired commercial properties to the value of £688m in

Riverside marks “coming of age” with biggest year for technology to date

Waste baler specialist Riverside Waste Machinery has marked its "coming of age" with the launch of more technology in 2018, than any other year. And the growth doesn’t look set to end there. Established in 1997, Riverside thought its 20th birthday celebrations would mark the biggest milestone for the company, this decade.