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Scarborough Borough Council Announced It Has Formally Adopted the Local Plan

Scarborough Borough Council Announced It Has Formally Adopted the Local Plan

Scarborough Borough Council has announced that it has formally adopted the Local Plan for the Borough of Scarborough. On the 3rd of July, the Council announced that the plan had been formally adopted. This news is the final part of an extensive development process which has taken place over the course of a number of years and has been put under round after round of public consultations and government inspection. The new Local Plan has been designed to replace the…

Tourists Stopping to Relieve Themselves Can Boost the Local Visitor Economy

Tourists Stopping to Relieve Themselves Can Boost the Local Visitor Economy

Research carried out by MyTravelResearch.com co-founders Carolyn Childs and Bronwyn White has found that tourists stopping to relieve themselves can actually boost the local visitor economy. Talking about the facility in tourist locations could lead to more people visiting that destination. From this research has come the 2017 International Toilet Tourism Awards which has been able to show a distinct correlation between the toilets on offer and tourism successes. The winner of the inaugural years’ awards have been announced. With…

Jonathan Kerr Appointed As the Director for the Rail Sector of GRAHAM

Jonathan Kerr Appointed As the Director for the Rail Sector of GRAHAM

Jonathan Kerr has been appointed as the director for the rail sector of GRAHAM. Jonathan has been working at the company for the past 15 years, starting his career at the family owned company as a site engineer before steadily moving his way up the ranks. GRAHAM is a company that works with clients in a range of different industries in order to deliver a variety of value added services. The company has recently announced this appointment of Jonathan Kerr,…

Trailblazer Apprenticeship Have Been Given Government Approval

Trailblazer Apprenticeship Have Been Given Government Approval

The Trailblazer project was set up in order to create high standard apprenticeships in the landscape and horticulture sector. The project utilised the help of employers, training associations and industry bodies in order to develop the apprenticeships that have recently been given government approval. The apprenticeships will help young people train and work in sectors such as agriculture, forestry, horticulture and landscaping. The team that has been involved so far in the project has been congratulated for the news that…

Demand For Skilled Workers As Part of the Property Development Industry

Demand For Skilled Workers As Part of the Property Development Industry

It has already been covered that there is a demand for skilled workers as part of the property development industry. The Federation for Master Builders has released more research that says this demand means those wanting to start improvement works on their home could be required to wait for up to four months for a credible builder. The research released by the Federation of Master Builders, or the FMB shows that 40% of builders would need at least four months…

LIA Council Of Management Was Handed Over to Dave Ribbons

LIA Council Of Management Was Handed Over to Dave Ribbons

The role of President of the LIA Council of Management was handed over to Dave Ribbons at the LIA Annual Luncheon in May. Peter Scott of Fern-Howard has been mentoring the new President in the role before he steps down and hands the title over. Peter was thanked at the Luncheon for the work that he had put into the Trade Association during his time as president. The Luncheon was held in May, and at the event Dave Ribbons of…

Merton Council Signed a Contract With Pellikaan Construction Ltd

Merton Council Signed a Contract With Pellikaan Construction Ltd

On the 22nd of June Merton Council signed a contract with Pellikaan Construction Ltd in order to start a new construction project. The Construction company has signed a contract with the council in order to get involved with the development of a new family friendly leisure centre in Morden. Morden’s new Leisure centre is expected to be finished by autumn next year, with work predicted to start next month. The contract was signed at the civic centre in Morden and…

Deep Soil Mixing Ltd Carried Out Work For Kier Living

Deep Soil Mixing Ltd Carried Out Work For Kier Living

Deep Soil Mixing Ltd has carried out work for Kier Living, the contractor for a project in the West Midlands. The site at Harrowby Road in Bilston has been attended by Deep Soil Mixing Ltd who has been working with the contractors and Patrick Parsons Ltd, the consulting engineers for the project. The work that took place as a part of this project has won the Environmental and Sustainability Award as a part of the Institute of Highways Engineers Mercia…

Andy Gamble Will Be Involved in a Panel Discussion at the Housing Conference

Andy Gamble Will Be Involved in a Panel Discussion at the Housing Conference

Andy Gamble, the Director of Development and New Business for Yorkshire Housing will be involved in a panel discussion at the Housing 2017 conference. This event is the largest housing event in Europe and is expected to welcome 1,500 delegates as well as around 8,000 visitors. The housing conference will be taking place at Manchester Central over the course of three days between the 27th and 29th June. Yorkshire Housing is considered to be the largest social housing provider in…

Conveyancing Foundation Announced That They Have Raised Enough Funds For a Specially Adapted Bicycle

Conveyancing Foundation Announced That They Have Raised Enough Funds For a Specially Adapted Bicycle

The Conveyancing Foundation, which is a charity that has been set up by Convey Law has announced that they have managed to raise enough funds that would give an 11 year old a specially adapted bicycle. The law firm that is based in Newport has fundraised in order to buy an adapted recumbent bicycle for Evan Hale. Evan Hale is an 11 year old who suffers with cerebral palsy, which is a condition which has an impact on his balance…