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Resimac’s tenth year in business ends on a high

A specialist coatings manufacturer has finished its tenth year in business on a high. The firm, which exports its industry-leading products to more than 50 countries worldwide, has seen its turnover increase by 15 per cent as well as growing its customer base by almost a fifth. Started by Matthew McDonnell in

Hambleton Councikl says new regulations are keeping tenants warm

Tenants living in some of the coldest homes in England and Wales are starting to benefit from regulations requiring landlords to install energy efficiency measures. New energy efficiency regulations came into force last year (April 2018) stopping landlords renting out properties with an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of F or

Twisted Automotive expands with six new roles created

Twisted Automotive has welcomed six more new faces to the team, as the Thirsk-based Land Rover Defender specialist continues to expand. Joining the team at Sussex Court are Twisted North America director Tom Maxwell, senior technician Ryan Dimery-Seek, accounts assistant Melissa Bourne, parts assistant Dan Orchard, workshop manager Stephen Boumphrey and

Thirsk welcomes return of famers’ market

Thirsk is busy preparing for the return of the award winning Northern Dales Farmers’ market later this month. The market is one of the UK’s largest organisations of its kind, running local food markets at locations almost every weekend across North Yorkshire, Teesside and County Durham. Nigel Davison, market manager, and his

Gateway Business Park at Thirsk launched to the market

Developer Castlevale Ltd has launched the remaining land at the successful Gateway Business Park to the market. Several developments have already been undertaken, including an Aldi supermarket, Extra care facility and Premier Inn hotel, and work is shortly due to start on a speculative small unit industrial scheme. Martin Foster of Castlevale