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Channel 4 bid sparks Leeds’ creative sector to launch “All In. Leeds”

Leeds’ creative agency community have joined forces in a ground-breaking partnership named "All In. Leeds." designed to revolutionise the sector, inspired by the city’s bid to be the new home of Channel 4. With the broadcaster’s ongoing pitch process to decide which city will be selected as its new National HQ

Cloth Hall Court hosts crucial Cross Rail North summit

Business leaders and political figureheads joined together yesterday for a special Transport Summit at Leeds Beckett University’s Cloth Hall Court, managed by Well Met Conferencing. The meeting was called following the announcement from Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling, to scrap the proposed plan for investment in Cross Rail North. With

Leeds City College commences work on final phase of Printworks Campus

Pictured are Alex Oancea, hairdressing student; Coun Judith Blake, Leeds City Council; Colin Booth, CEO and principal at Leeds City College; Stephanie Burras, LEP’s Employment and Skills Panel; Stevie Friend, hairdressing student; Shaid Mahmood, chair of the Board of Governors and John Gittins, divisional director at Interserve   Representatives of the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership, a council official

First day of term for manufacturers and engineers of tomorrow

The doors finally opened today at Leeds’ newest state-of-the-art school, UTC Leeds. UTC Leeds is the first school of its kind in the Leeds City Region to specialise in advanced manufacturing and engineering skills. The school, for 14-19 year olds, combines traditional academic subjects with hands-on work projects. The £11m school will

Leeds employment & skills charter signed

Leeds City Council, John Lewis and Hammerson have signed an Employment and Skills Charter, marking their commitment to support Leeds residents to access more than 1,000 new employment opportunities as part of  the £165 million Victoria Gate development. The Charter sets out how the organisations will work collaboratively to ensure Leeds