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GDPR on menu at lunch and learn seminar

"GDPR – have you survived after the legislation?", is the latest topic on the menu at Northallerton’s lunch break seminar next month. Kevin Lawless from Wireless Economics will discuss why GDPR is change for good and how compliance can actually help everyone. The session on 5 July, at Evolution Business Centre,

Graduate hep for Bedale company

A Bedale company is one of the latest to benefit from a district council scheme which helps graduates get on the jobs ladder. Laura Mellis has completed her first six months with Emplaw Solutions - using her Masters degree in Human Resources in the small market town business. Emplaw has received £4000

Call for traders at Thirsk Market

The call has gone out for all market traders whether regular, casual or new traders to pitch up and book a place at Thirsk market on Saturdays. Hambleton District Council who run the normal weekly markets in Thirsk have changed the Saturday market to an ‘Open Market’. And in an attempt to

Formal agreement sealed for Northallerton Prison redevelopment

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

First turf cut on Northallerton housing development

The first turf on Hambleton’s largest ever housing development has been cut.  Leading figures involved on the North Northallerton project got together this week in recognition of the importance of the scheme. It will see more than 1000 new homes constructed alongside a primary school, a sports village and commercial buildings –

Trowers & Hamlins advises on major regeneration of former HM Prison in Northallerton

International law firm Trowers & Hamlins has advised Hambleton District Council on a joint venture with Wykeland Properties Limited to develop the former HM Prison Northallerton as a major mixed-use regeneration project in central Northallerton. The development of one of Northallerton's most historic landmarks will see the long disused prison transformed