Saturday, October 23, 2021

Manufacturing activity remains firm, but supply pressures mount

UK manufacturing output volumes in the quarter to October grew at a similarly firm pace to September, according to the latest quarterly CBI Industrial...

Sheffield agency announces new board member as ten-year milestone approaches

Sheffield’s leading campaigning communications agency and social enterprise, the Adam Bradford Agency, has announced the addition to its board of a new associate director...

Leeds graphic design firm transfers ownership to employees

Leeds-based STB Graphic Designers has become an Employee Ownership Trust, joining a fast-growing movement of UK businesses looking to maximise their potential by empowering their staff...

Green light for Scarborough’s station gateway transformation

A building – once voted Scarborough’s ugliest – will be completely transformed after the borough council's cabinet gave the green light for a plan...

Yorkshire and Humber councillors shortlisted for 2021 LGIU & CCLA Cllr...

For the 12th year running, the Cllr Awards are the only national ceremony to celebrate the vital contributions of councillors that so often go...

Yorkshire care provider expands footprint with acquisition

Yorkshire-based specialist care provider, Park Homes (UK) Limited, has acquired EachStep Care, an older people’s care home business, significantly expanding its footprint in the...

YPO acquires distribution property to expand education offering

YPO, one of the UK’s largest public sector buying organisations, has acquired a three-year lease of a 67,000 sq ft distribution centre in Wakefield. The...

MD buys out recruitment business

Castle Employment has announced that current MD, Kerry Hope, will buy out the business from long-standing director and owner Suzanne Burnett. Kerry will become the...

Plans to develop Sheffield Hallam University’s city campus approved

Plans to develop Sheffield Hallam University’s city campus, providing a key gateway to the city centre, have been approved. The first phase of the campus...

Lincolnshire food manufacturer fined £130k after employee crushed in cooking machine

A Lincolnshire-based food manufacturer has been fined after one of its employees sustained two broken ribs having been crushed within an industrial cooking machine...

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