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Integra completes £3m investment programme with showpiece self-built modular offices

Modular specialist Integra Buildings has practised what it preaches by moving into flagship self-built offices manufactured just yards away in its own factory units. Fast-growing Integra is now operating from the state-of-the-art office building on an expanded site at Paull, East Yorkshire. The company has consolidated all its operations at the site

Council chief to meet Humber business leaders

The future of the Humber economy will come under the spotlight at a business leaders’ event next month. Paul Bell, Head of Economic Development at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, will be the guest speaker at the Institute of Directors’ Meet-Up Monday event on 9 July. The ever-popular event will take place

Enterprise grant funding available for businesses

Small and medium sized enterprises, based in the Humber region and parts of North Yorkshire, are being invited to apply to East Riding of Yorkshire Council for a limited number of grants. Through the European Regional Development Fund, the council is able to support eligible businesses looking to invest in growing

New business is booming across Yorkshire

Pictured is John Korchak   New figures just out show that the number of new companies registered in Yorkshire has grown apace over the last 12 months. During 2016, 37,707 new businesses were registered across the county, compared to 35,760 in 2015. The total number of registered companies rose to 235,214. The East Riding

Goole’s pioneering terminal will “unlock the potential of Capitol Park”

Pictured is Capitol Park Goole showing the Guardian Glass building on the left and the Tesco distribution centre on the right   The development of the pioneering Goole Intermodal Terminal will unlock the potential of Capitol Park Goole, according to leading Yorkshire developers Sterling Capitol.  Mike Heydecke, director of Leeds-based Sterling Capitol, welcomed the

Flood risk to 15,000 Hull homes reduced as £16m pumping station opens

People living in the Bransholme and Kingswood areas of Hull are now benefitting from improved flood defences  thanks to the completion of Yorkshire Water’s new £16m storm water pumping station at Bransholme.  The new pumping station was officially opened by Hull North MP Diana Johnson marking the end of two and a half years’ construction

Regional health tech award for My Health app

My Health Guide, a digital health app that helps adults with learning disabilities, has scooped a key regional healthcare award just weeks after its official launch. The app, developed by London-based software firm Maldaba and currently part of a trial with Humber NHS Foundation Trust, picked up the Innovative Health and