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Sixteen jobs saved as South Yorkshire-based joinery company bought out of administration

Following the appointment of Andrew Mackenzie and Louise Longley of Begbies Traynor as joint administrators of Mustang Joinery Limited on 4th May 2022, a...

The big quiz is back raising money for communities in Leeds

A fundraising quiz night organised and hosted by Yorkshire law firm, LCF Law, has raised over £1,600 for charity.

Cyberwhite opens new headquarters in the heart of Sunderland business district

CyberWhite has officially opened its new headquarters in Defender Court, part of the Sunderland Enterprise Park on the banks of the River Wear. The cybersecurity...

Former council buildings in Padiham to go under the hammer

A substantial Lancashire County Council property in Padiham, which housed the town’s youth centre as well as three local shops, is to be put...

McGoff Group acquires land in Manchester for 237 units

The McGoff Group has acquired over one acre of land on Rochdale Road in Manchester, next to the Marble Arch pub, for a new...

R3 responds to April 2022 insolvency statistics

Corporate insolvencies decreased by 6% in April 2022 to a total of 1,991 compared to March's total of 2,119, and increased by 115.2% compared...

Peter Gibson MP backs Hellens Group skills hub

Hellens Group, the North East-based developer of Darlington’s Burtree Garden Village, has announced a new skills hub with Efficiency North in its latest project...

Businesses face ‘challenge to break even’, warns NW insolvency expert

A major rise in the number of business insolvencies shows that for many firms, it is a challenge simply to break even in the current climate, a leading North West insolvency expert has warned.

Taylor&Emmet installs new head at Bakewell office

Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, are welcoming a new branch manager to their Bakewell office to drive growth and development in the Peak District.

‘Haunted’ former Batley mill with planning permission up for auction

A historic former mill in Batley with approved planning permission for 20 apartments and a wine bar is due to go under this hammer...