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What are the prospects for the property sector in Yorkshire and Humber?

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The development of Greek Street in Leeds shows confidence in the pub, restaurant and hotel sectors, according to Christie & Co. Picture James Hardisty.

Retail and leisure sector sectors set to grow in 2017

Yorkshire’s retail, leisure and hospitality sectors are set grow in 2017 as foreign investors flock to the region to spend their cash.

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Winning ways: Terry Dunn, CEO of ESP Systex, the overall fastest growing business at the 2016 Ward Hadaway Yorkshire Fastest 50 Awards.

Rising stars will shine at Yorkshire Fastest 50 awards

THE search to find the fastest growing privately-owned companies in Yorkshire starts today as we launch the Ward Hadaway Yorkshire Fastest 50 for 2017.

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Tony Brooks, co-managing director at Moda Living

Yorkshire firm secures financing deal to develop Manchester skyscraper

YORKSHIRE-based Moda Living has agreed a major residential finance deal for a skyscraper in Manchester with support from its joint venture partner Apache Capital.

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David Thomas of Barratt Developments

House builder Barratt on track for strong second half

House builder Barratt Developments has praised the “healthy” UK housing market, as strong demand looks set to boost the company’s half-year profits.

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CHALLENGING TIMES: The steel industry has suffered a series of blows that have seen thousands of jobs lost. Picture: PRESS ASSOCIATION

Profits rise at steel giant after year of change

Independent steel stockholder Barrett Steel saw a sharp rise in profits last year following a year of restructure at the firm which saw two of its businesses close and the loss of 100 jobs.

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Taylor Wimpey's average selling price for Yorkshire rose 8 per cent to 209,000 from 194,000 in 2015

Taylor Wimpey enjoys solid trading

Housebuilder ​Taylor Wimpey​ ​said it expect​​s ​2016 ​profit​s to come in at the ​top end of ​expectations, after housing completions rose ​4 per cent ​over the year.​

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Work on the Square Chapel extension

VIDEO: Work on Square Chapel's new building progresses

This spring, Halifax will see the opening of a cultural venue it's been waiting for.

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pictured left to right Matt Burton  Huddersfield Town Schools Ambassador
Mark Young  Managing Director at John Walton (Machine Tools) Ltd
Tom Roberts  Cummins
Sean Jarvis  Commercial Director at Huddersfield Town

Huddersfield Town leads fight to tackle flooding menace

THE devastating floods of December 2015 pushed many Yorkshire firms to the brink of extinction.

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Ian Ruthven

Barratt Homes’ new developments set to support 300 jobs in Yorkshire

BARRATT Homes has revealed that it plans to support around 300 jobs through a series of housing developments in Yorkshire.

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Scammers applying for fake mortgages on empty homes in Yorkshire

Scammers applying for fake mortgages on empty homes in Yorkshire

A criminal gang is carrying out an elaborate property scam by targeting unsuspecting Yorkshire home owners.

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Persimmon's average selling price rose by 4 per cent to 206,700, up from 199,127 in 2015

Persimmon shares leap following robust sales

​Housebuilder Persimmon cheered shareholders with the news that ​private ​sales have risen ​15 per cent since the UK voted in June to leave the EU.
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Giles Taylor, KPMG's northern head of property and construction

Region’s property sector set to thrive

YORKSHIRE’S property and construction industry is set to thrive in 2017, despite facing challenges, according to a regional expert.

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West Bar Square from Bridge Street - part of plans for an ambitious �175 million mixed-use regeneration scheme at West Bar, Sheffield

Plans for £175m mixed use development to move step closer

AMBITIOUS plans for a £175m development that could provide jobs for 5,000 office workers are expected to be approved next week.

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A typical lounge created by Liberty Living

WCEC Architects to carry out review of social space in student property portfolio

THE student accommodation provider Liberty Living has commissioned WCEC Architects’ consultant design and delivery team to carry out a review of social space within its UK portfolio.

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Matthew Goff, director of UK operations at Actavo Building Solutions at Tickton, nr Beverley.  Picture Tony Johnson.

Actavo plans to double business with Yorkshire factory growth

An offsite construction firm which makes buildings for the education and commercial sectors has ambitious plans to double the size of its business over the next three years after ramping up manufacturing at its new Yorkshire factory.

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David Kilburn, founder of MKM Building Supplies,  who is a former winner of EY's North Entrepreneur of The Year award

Hull-based MKM plans to open more branches after delivering record results

David Kilburn’s business has enjoyed a record year and he sees no signs of a Brexit slowdown. Deputy Business Editor Greg Wright reports

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The Premier Inn in Matlock, a project carried out by Robertson Yorkshire and East Midlands

Robertson’s revenues hit £25m in first year as it gears up for new projects

A company which is helping to create schools and student accommodation in Yorkshire is set to achieve £30m turnover next year, as it prepares to take on new projects.

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1 East Parade, Leeds

Xalient opens first office outside London with Yorkshire move

TELECOMS FIRM Xalient has opened its first UK office outside London with a move to Yorkshire.

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New life for former Mill: Prospect Estates Rob Cooke (L) and Sanderson Weatheralls Craig Watson (R) look over the plans for the former Westwood Yarns mill

Bright prospects for historic Yorkshire mill

A historic Yorkshire mill is poised to enjoy a new lease of life as a place to live and work.

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