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Boultree Brooks swoop for prime Leeds office building

Boultbee Brooks, the developers of the award-winning Concordia Works in Leeds, have bought another iconic building in the city. The London-based real estate company has just acquired Wellington Park House in an off-market deal from a private vendor, represented by Paul Fox of leading Leeds Surveyors Fox Lloyd Jones. Mr Fox explained:

Leeds based Force24 appointed to supercharge growth of Vapour Cloud

Elland-headquartered Vapour Cloud has enlisted the support of marketing automation platform Force24, as the tech firm ploughs on with its next chapter of growth. Vapour recently hit the headlines when the board announced a £10m pot to fund at least two acquisitions before the end of 2018. But with plans to

Former chapel almost fully let after £1.5m conversion

A former chapel in Harrogate that was converted into state-of-the-art serviced offices is 90 per cent let - just 12 months after completion. Entrepreneur Robert Fearnley spent £1.5m developing 55 Grove Road after spotting a gap in the market for high-end, contemporary office space in the spa town. The site has filled

Huddersfield Aesthetics Clinic relocates to meet demand

Huddersfield businesswoman and registered nurse prescriber, Jen Vittanuova, has relocated her town-centre based clinic, Pretty Machine Aesthetics, to support demand for results-based non-surgical aesthetic treatments. The exclusive clinic, which has relocated to Heritage Exchange in Lindley, has undergone extensive renovation to meet the standards suited to treatments available, in terms of medical

Growth and culture projects backed through Leeds City Region business rates pool

Projects supporting jobs and the economy, business growth, tourism and culture have shared almost £13 million from the Leeds City Region Business Rates Pool. The Leeds City Region Business Rates Joint Committee agreed to support projects helping digital businesses to grow, unlocking development, improving town and city centres, funding events and

Rotherham’s new micro-bar opens its doors in former Post Office building

A former Post Office in Rotherham has undergone a total transformation and reopened as a micro-bar thanks to funding from UK Steel Enterprise’s (UKSE) Kickstart Fund – serving locally sourced real ale, craft beer and ciders. The newest addition to Rotherham’s Parkgate suburb, The Little Haven capitalises on a growing trend

Multi-million pound advanced manufacturing park set to grow further

A major extension to one of Yorkshire’s most strategically important manufacturing sites has been secured by planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore. Now the remaining undeveloped plots at the Advanced Manufacturing Park at Waverley, Rotherham, will be turned into new commercial space for advanced manufacturers following approval from Rotherham Council. Supported by