An independent fashion boutique featuring body-positive messaging and a creative studio space is to open in Hull’s Fruit Market urban village. Tessies is the latest venture to sign up to join the creative community on Humber Street in the heart of the Fruit Market, bringing its collection of stylish clothing, jewellery
A bridal boutique is to open in Hull’s Fruit Market, bringing an exciting blend of exclusive designer gowns, cool indie labels and unconventional chic to the world of wedding fashion. Ghost Orchid Bride is the latest new business to be drawn to the Fruit Market by the waterfront quarter’s creative spirit
Housebuilder Beal Homes has launched a major recruitment drive as it delivers a series of prestigious developments in a landmark year for the business. The family-owned company is aiming to hire up to 50 new staff, across all departments, by the end of 2018, with some new recruits having already joined. This
The launch of Hull’s most eagerly-awaited housing development has been a resounding success, with homes worth almost £7m sold before a brick has been laid. A third of the properties in the Fruit Market scheme were reserved by eager property hunters after around 700 people attended the launch event for Hull’s
Children from an inner-city school are unleashing their creativity, in a unique project launched by developers driving forward the £80m regeneration of Hull’s Fruit Market waterside district. The pupils are developing their creative thinking and business acumen in the initiative launched by the Wykeland Beal joint venture company leading Hull’s largest
A formal legal agreement has been sealed to enable the exciting redevelopment of Northallerton’s former prison. Hambleton District Council and Hull-based regeneration company Wykeland Group have formed the Central Northallerton Development Company, a joint venture vehicle to drive forward the North Yorkshire town’s most significant regeneration scheme for decades. The new company
The creation of Hull’s stunning Stage @TheDock amphitheatre has been recognised as one of the region’s most outstanding civil engineering projects. The venue, developed within the historic Central Dry Dock, received a certificate of commendation, having been shortlisted in the prestigious Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Yorkshire and Humber Awards 2017.
Pictured is Tim Sinclair, centre, with group general manager Rob Scott-South and restaurant manager Jemma Chance The owner of an independent group of authentic tapas restaurants has expanded into the cultural and creative quarter of Hull with ambitions to make it the flagship for the business. Tim Sinclair has branched out from