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Yorkshire broker launches exclusive insurance cover for prestigious van excellence scheme

Agile and innovative Yorkshire-based commercial insurance broker, McCarron Coates, has developed an insurance solution for all the dedicated van drivers keeping Britain’s economy motoring in a compliant and professional way. The Leeds-based insurance brokerage has worked with underwriters at insurer QBE to put together a bespoke policy for the FTA –

Arville fabrics reach new heights in prototype aircraft

Technical textiles specialist Arville is sharing in the success of academics and industry pioneers who have developed a new type of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). With the potential to transform telecommunications, the technology could provide an alternative to costly satellites. Wetherby-headquartered Arville worked with the project team, including researchers from five universities

Doncaster Sheffield Airport expands retail offer with new investment

Doncaster Sheffield Airport is to expand its retail offer and customer choice with the planned opening of a new Costa Coffee in late summer 2019. Passengers can soon kick-off their holiday with the continental flavours of an intensely roasted Espresso or the velvety milk of a Flat White, topped off with

New Huddersfield housing development officially named best of its kind in West Yorkshire

A new housing development based in Slaithwaite, Huddersfield has clinched an industry award for being the "Best" in West Yorkshire. The site, named Empire Works, was officially titled West Yorkshire’s Best New Development, by LABC (Local Authority Building Control) – the body which upholds quality standards in the building sector –

Yorkshire Water submits planning for “examplar” sustainable development

Yorkshire Water and sister company Keyland Developments Ltd have submitted a planning application to Bradford City Council to transform redundant land around the Esholt waste water treatment works in Bradford into one of the country’s leading sustainable industrial and residential developments. The 32 acre Esholt Waste Water Treatment Works site sits