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Home builder reports significant contributions to Yorkshire communities in 2020

Barratt Developments Yorkshire, which includes the Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes brands, has reported significant social, economic and environmental contributions to the Yorkshire communities in which it builds over the course of the last year. In 2020, the home builder built 1,061 new homes across the region, supporting over 4,460

Caddick celebrates regional success with raft of strategic hires

The Yorkshire-headquartered Caddick Group has made five strategic appointments across its UK divisions, following a successful year advancing significant residential and industrial and logistics projects across Yorkshire and beyond. The appointments of Land Manager Jordan Martin and Planning Manager Rosie Allsopp to Caddick’s Yorkshire division; development manager Tom Park and land

Keepmoat Homes acquires former Firbeck Colliery site from Network Space

National housebuilder Keepmoat Homes has completed the purchase of the former Firbeck Colliery site from developer and regeneration specialist Network Space.    Following planning permission being granted by Bassetlaw District Council at the end of last year, the sale of the 32-acre land on Doncaster Road in Costhorpe cements Keepmoat’s plans

Travel testing strategy “a step in the right direction”, says Doncaster Sheffield Airport

Doncaster Sheffield Airport has described the Government’s testing strategy for passengers arriving into England from December 15 as a ‘step in the right direction’ to get the aviation industry back on its feet again. The testing strategy, outlined by Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, reduce the current 14-day period of self-isolation to

EnviroBuild grow sustainably during pandemic

EnviroBuild, a supplier of sustainable materials to the construction industry, has seen growth with strong trading despite the national lockdown due to an increased demand in sustainable building materials. EnviroBuild has not only successfully continued to supply and deliver to building sites during lockdown but has also grown its sales and

Wakefield thermal and metallurgical engineering firm completes major project

Wakefield-based thermal and metallurgical engineering firm Inprotec has completed a seven-figure project to support the creation of the world’s first ‘clean plant’ antimony and gold processing facility in Sohar, Oman. The facility, known as an antimony roaster, is the largest of its kind outside of China and the world’s first ‘clean