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Christmas run-up sees growth strengthen on High Street

High street sales growth accelerated in the year to December – that’s according to the CBI’s latest Distributive Trades Survey. The survey of 118 firms...

Lincolnshire property firm set to expand with HSBC funding

Belvoir Lettings plc has strengthened its growth strategy with an acquisition related loan facility from HSBC which is part of a refinance package with...

Plans to create Dewsbury riverside village approved

Plans to create a vibrant riverside village in Dewsbury have been approved. The Dewsbury Riverside Masterplan, approved by Cabinet on 19 March, sets out a...

Green light recommended for Lincoln’s new £21m medical school building

Plans for a state-of-the-art new medical school building at the University of Lincoln have been recommended for approval. If given the final go-ahead, the £21...

NewCold beefs up Wakefield fleet with Buffaload double-deckers

NewCold, the deep frozen storage and distribution specialist, has added a number of temperature controlled double-deck trailers to its fleet which will bring further...

Major new industrial development unveiled in Leeds

A new industrial development has been unveiled in a prime location just outside Leeds City Centre, where work is now underway on a series...

Kellie takes on role as payroll specialist

5Four Payroll, sister company to 360 Chartered Accountants, has appointed new payroll specialist Kellie Humphries. Kellie has more than 15 years’ experience working in payroll,...

Buy-in opens door to growth for Yorkshire fabricator

One of the region’s long-established privately owned PVC fabrication businesses has changed hands in a management buy-in with the transaction providing an exit for...

The Private Office makes second London acquisition

Leeds financial advice and wealth management company, The Private Office (TPO), has acquired a second London-based financial firm. TPO, which also has offices in London...

Grocery firm puts £1.4m into Making a Difference

The Making a Difference Locally charity operated by grocery distributor Nisa gave £1.4m to good causes in 2016 –  the largest annual total amount since...

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