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Yorkshire Water publishes preliminary results

Yorkshire Water Services Limited has published its preliminary announcement of results for the year ending 31 March 2013. Commenting on the company’s results, Richard Flint, the Chief Executive of Yorkshire Water, said: “These results reflect another solid year for the company, its customers and investors. “The flexibility of the region’s water supply system

Keyland teams up with Conroy Brook for Yorkshire Developments

Keyland Developments, the property trading arm of Kelda Group and sister company to Yorkshire Water, has appointed Holmfirth-based housebuilder Conroy Brook as its preferred partner under its Small Sites Initiative (SSI) and the joint team’s first scheme has just secured planning permission. Keyland Developments undertakes the redevelopment and regeneration of surplus

The Birds have hatched…and they’re ANGRY!

The long awaited breed of Angry Birds have hatched at Lightwater Valley and this weekend will see their first public appearance at the Yorkshire theme park. Crowds are expected to flock to see these troublesome characters so they have started preening their feathers in anticipation of their guests! Rovio Entertainment is the

Hambleton Is Open To Business!

Hambleton Strategic Business Forum is hosting its first business conference next month – to promote Hambleton as the place to locate and grow business. The event – run in partnership with Hambleton District Council and Welcome 2 Yorkshire – is open to all businesses in the area. It will feature keynote speakers

Vote for your favourite Yorkshire pub

Yorkshire people are being invited to nominate their favourite pub in one of the biggest competitions ever to find the county’s most popular local. Voting for Yorkshire’s Favourite Pub 2013 is now open and organiser Welcome to Yorkshire is encouraging people across Yorkshire to tell them which their favourite pub is

Keepmoat Stadium set to host world title fight showdown

World boxing fans are set to descend on Doncaster as the Keepmoat Stadium has been chosen to host the IBF Bantamweight world title fight in May. Doncaster’s very own Jamie McDonnell will be disputing the IBF Bantamweight crown against Mexican Julio Ceja at the Keepmoat Stadium on Saturday, May 11. The Keepmoat

Y 13 putting Yorkshire on the world stage

Yorkshire will make history this summer when the county takes part in the Tour de France for the first time ever as part of a major international promotion. The news came as tourism agency Welcome to Yorkshire announced a series of high profile marketing campaigns at the Y 13 tourism conference at West

Land Securities opens Trinity Leeds

Land Securities has opened Trinity Leeds, the one million sq ft shopping centre in Leeds' city centre. The £378 million centre is 90 per cent let, with 5 per cent in solicitors’ hands. Tenants include 46 brands new to Leeds, such as Apple, Mango, Hollister, Superdry, D&D restaurants and Everyman Cinema. The