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New Shona scuplture exhibition unveiled at Newby Hall

A new exhibition of Zimbabwean Shona sculpture has been launched at Newby Hall near Ripon. To mark the event, a VIP reception was attended by seasonal ticket holders and VIPs held on Thursday 31 May. The extensive collection is curated by Orlando Compton, whose family owns Newby Hall, together with travelling Zimbabwean

Developers break ground on site of £13m collection of family homes

Developers have broken ground on a flagship project that will transform the site of a historic Yorkshire railway station into a £13m collection of eco-friendly homes. The milestone has signalled the start of one of the biggest schemes undertaken by Wetherby-based Berkeley DeVeer. It will see 42 family homes – including eight

“Beast from the East” aftermath fuels new jobs for Yorkshire manufacturer

A North Yorkshire manufacturer is feeling the benefit of last winter’s extreme weather conditions with a boost in orders for its winter maintenance and road repair vehicles that has led to the creation of 20 new jobs. Econ Engineering, which is the UK’s largest gritter and hot box manufacturer, producing 80

Developers break ground on site of £13m collection of homes

Developers have broken ground on a flagship project that will transform the site of a historic Yorkshire railway station into a £13m collection of eco-friendly homes. The milestone has signalled the start of one of the biggest schemes undertaken by Wetherby-based Berkeley DeVeer. It will see 42 family homes – including eight

Developers break ground on site of £13m collection of family homes

Developers have broken ground on a flagship project that will transform the site of a historic Yorkshire railway station into a £13m collection of eco-friendly homes. The milestone has signalled the start of one of the biggest schemes undertaken by Wetherby-based Berkeley DeVeer. It will see 42 family homes – including eight

Dacres limbers up to sponsor Fountains 10K run for second year

An event that will see more than 550 adults and children take part in two runs to raise money for Fountains CE Primary School has received backing from property firm Dacre, Son & Hartley, for a second year in a row. The Fountains 10K sold out three months in advance of

Yorkshire estate agency scoops national community champions award

A Yorkshire estate agency has won a top national honour for the way its 150 staff have rallied to support good causes across the community. Linley & Simpson was crowned winner of the Best Corporate Social Responsibility campaign in the Fundraising Champions awards, organised by the property industry’s own charity, Agents Giving. The independent residential sales and letting

Developer unveils £20m new homes collection

Developers have started work to transform the site of a historic former North Yorkshire railway station into a £20m-plus collection of family homes. Wetherby-based Berkeley DeVeer is breathing new life into the three-acre brownfield site at West Tanfield, six miles north of Ripon. Having played a key role in World War Two

Two new appointments at Dacres to manage growing lettings division

Two new letting managers have been appointed by Dacre, Son & Hartley, as the firm’s lettings division continues to expand. Nadia Sumner and Kate Dickens will work across the Ripon and Thirsk branches, and report into the new head of lettings Emma Kerrywood, who joined Dacres this summer. Nadia has 17 years’

Local business owners should prepare for pensions spot checks, warns local tax specialist

Local business owners should prepare for spot checks on their staff pension schemes a local tax specialist has warned. David Underwood who owns TaxAssist Accountants in Harrogate said: “Spot checks are being carried out across the country by the Pensions Regulator to ensure that employers are complying with the new rules

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