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Hendersons celebrates fifth anniversary

Whitby estate agency, Hendersons, is celebrating its fifth anniversary this month. The flourishing agency, one of the most successful in North Yorkshire, was founded in March 2015 by Nick Henderson. The firm has since won a stack of awards and is now established as the premier residential selling and letting agency in

Keyland submits planning for 320 Whitby homes

Keyland Developments Ltd, the property trading arm of Kelda Group and sister company to Yorkshire Water, has submitted a planning application to Scarborough Council to transform the largest former Yorkshire Water residential site in its portfolio, Broomfield Farm in Whitby, into a residential scheme of 320 homes. The circa 23 acre

Foundation stone laid for new priory in Whitby

The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, officially laid the foundation stone for a new Priory today to be built in the grounds of Sneaton Castle, Whitby for an Order of Anglican Sisters. Leeds-based Castlehouse Construction has been awarded the contract to design and construct the new build facility for the

Guiding Light trawler champions new green fishing practices

The Guiding Light trawler became the latest symbol of marine industry optimism, as she set sail from the Parkol Marine Engineering shipyard in Whitby. And one of the factors in her success is a commitment to new, greener fishing methods. The pair trawler, ordered by Guiding Light Limited and parent company, Hull-based

Planning permission granted for 7,000 sq ft of new offices near Whitby

The Mulgrave Estate has been granted planning permission for nearly 7,000 sq ft of new, high quality office accommodation in a semi-rural location to the north of Whitby, to help meet demand from local businesses. Sympathetically converted from former diary buildings, five new modern office suites will be created, ranging in

Naming ceremony celebrates launch of new trawler built in Whitby

Summer Rose, the latest trawler manufactured by Parkol Marine Engineering, has now left the esteemed Whitby shipbuilding yard after a traditional naming ceremony led by a minister from the Mission to Seafarers. Accompanied by a piper, a crowd gathered at the Parkol site in the sunshine on Saturday, April 21 to