Friday, September 25, 2020

Further £22.3m for Leeds flood prevention

The government has announced a further £22.3 million investment for flood prevention in Leeds. Subject to final business case approval, the investment will fund the...

Gelder Charity achieves Charitable Trust status

The charity arm of Lincolnshire-based construction company, Gelder Group, has achieved Charitable Trust status. Over the course of 32 years in business, Gelder Group has...

‘Restart, recovery and renewal’ plan revealed for Doncaster

The Mayor of Doncaster has unveiled a new “restart, recovery and renewal” plan to help the town bounce back from the impact of COVID-19. The...

Plans progress for West Yorkshire mass transit system

Proposals to make £2 million available to support the further development of a mass transit system have been approved by members of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority Investment...

Details presented for Leeds City Region decarbonisation plan

The West Yorkshire Combined Authority has presented the first stage of an ambitious plan to radically cut carbon emissions across Leeds City Region whilst...

New state of the art visitor centre a step closer for...

Another major phase of works to Lincoln Cathedral as part of the £16.5m Connected project, of which £12.4m is funded by The National Lottery,...

Batley bed factory sees COVID-19 outbreak

There has been an outbreak of Coronavirus at a bed factory in Batley. Kirklees Council and Public Health England are working with Dura Beds after...

Leeds-based logistics firm raises £30k for homelessness charity

Leeds-based logistics services provider Torque has raised almost £30,000 for Yorkshire homelessness charity, Simon on the Streets as its charity partner of the year...

Meatless Farm backs campaign to reduce meat in school meals

The UK’s fastest-growing meat-alternative brand, Meatless Farm, has thrown its support behind a campaign, backed by Sir Paul McCartney and his daughters Stella and...

Leeds Outbreak Control Board meets for first time

The newly-formed Leeds Outbreak Control Board met for the first time this month as the city looks to curb the spread of coronavirus. The board...

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