Leeds-based luxury bed manufacturer, Harrison Spinks has felled its first trees from its wholly owned and responsibly managed forest in Sand Hutton, Yorkshire. The timber, felled from Corsican Pine, Sycamore, Scots Pine and Mixed Broadleaves trees, will be used in its luxury divans and headboards. The bed maker – which was
A Yorkshire law firm has further strengthened its litigation team with the recruitment of a leading name in construction dispute resolution. Mark Lawton joins Leeds-based Milners as a senior solicitor, bringing with him 30 years of specialist expertise acting for contractors, developers, housebuilders and consultants. His legal CV includes many of the best-known names in the industry,
Electrical training course provider, Trade Skills 4U (TS4U), has announced the launch of a new state-of-the-art training facility in Leeds, as it looks to target aspiring electricians in the Yorkshire and North East regions. Established in 2005, the Gatwick-headquartered business specialises in electrical training, delivering courses to over 3,000 students per
Professional services firm Begbies Traynor has promoted Matt Russell to the position of senior manager in its Yorkshire region, with responsibility for supporting its Hull office. Matt joined Begbies Traynor 11 years ago during which time he has undertaken year-long secondments with both Lloyds Banking Group and with National Australia Bank.
Sheffield-headquartered Independent Forgings & Alloys (“IFA”), one of Britain’s leading independent aerospace and industrial forgers, has received an £8.5m capital investment from BGF to support its growth plans. The funding will help fuel a number of investment initiatives designed to enhance IFA’s manufacturing and testing capabilities, delivering new commercial opportunities. Operating from
Hundreds of landlords across Yorkshire are just days away from the risk of falling foul of new rules designed to ensure more rental properties go green, a leading letting agent has warned. Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) come into force on April 1 – and those who rent out homes to tenants face fines
Raworths Solicitors has announced they will be actively supporting the Harrogate Homeless Project (HHP) who have been nominated as their Charity of the Year. Employees at the company chose the organisation owing to the increasing visibility of homelessness in the local area and wanted to do what they could to raise
North Yorkshire County Council has launched First North Law, becoming the first local authority in the North to trade its legal services. This newly formed company has the ability to trade more widely in a range of specialist legal services to other public sector bodies as well as the private sector. The