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Doncaster Sheffield Airport welcomes the Safe Travel list

Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA) is looking forward to getting passengers back in the air following the publication of the Depart for Transport (DfT) safe travel destinations released today and the relaxation of FCO restrictions on non-essential travel. The Government announced today that 14-day quarantine rules on inbound passenger travel will be

SES Engineering Services completes installation on £45m specialist sports hub

Leading engineering specialist, SES Engineering Services (SES), has announced the completion of its role working alongside main contractor, Galliford Try, on a state-of-the-art £45m sports hub for Leeds Beckett University. Following its appointment in 2019, to design and install a full range of building services on the Carnegie School of Sport,

Wykeland continues to invest for the long term

Developer Wykeland Group has continued to forge ahead with major investments during the lockdown, securing new planning approvals, driving forward key regeneration projects and concluding asset acquisitions in the past few weeks. Wykeland has recently gained planning consent for new business space totalling over 230,000 sq ft at its growing Melton

connective3 appointed by Strata

Digital performance marketing agency connective3 has been chosen Strata to deliver their digital paid media acquisition strategy across PPC, Display, Paid Social and Video on Demand. The Yorkshire based home builder chose connective3 as their partner following a competitive three-way pitch process. Gemma Smith, managing director at Strata, said: “We have always been

Luxury homes development announced for Dishforth

A bespoke development of five luxury new homes has been announced for the North Yorkshire village of Dishforth. Robinson Developments has confirmed plans to build Poplar Grange with properties now available to reserve off plan. Poplar Grange is located in an idyllic setting, just off Back Lane between Thirsk and Ripon. The

A Dickens of a job for York Handmade Brick

The award-winning York Handmade Brick Company has played a significant role in a £1 million restoration project with a strong connection to Charles Dickens. York Handmade have been working in conjunction with York Conservation Trust to renovate 69-71 Micklegate in the city. The building was once the office of 19th century railway