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King's Speech - Housing

Following the King's speech today, Northern Housing Consortium chief executive Tracy Harrison said: “The Government’s focus on housing is good news for Northerners. The proposals set out in the King’s Speech to build more homes, including desperately needed
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Twin Sisters publish the brand power manifesto for female entrepreneurs

Chloe and Abigail Baldwin, are twin sisters, business partners, and now co-authors. They were shaped by their modest upbringing and sought out their own opportunities. With no prior business experience

Career advice - don't wait to be encouraged, take the initiative

An engineer working for the train operator Northern has said women shouldn’t wait to be ‘encouraged’ to consider a career in engineering – saying the sector’s employment credentials speak

CEO of Wentworth Woodhouse awarded an OBE in the King's Birthday Honours list

Sarah McLeod, the CEO steering the regeneration of Wentworth Woodhouse in Rotherham, arguably the UK’s greatest heritage restoration challenge of a generation, has been awarded an OBE for her

Heritage project celebrates the story of West Yorkshire’s first ever female fire-fighter

A Heritage Lottery funded project which will uncover and celebrate the stories of female fire-fighters in Leeds will be launched on Saturday 15th June at a special event at a
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Bradford College receives £2.6m grant to help tackle climate change

Bradford College has been awarded a £2.6 million grant for energy-efficiency works that will contribute to ambitious national net-zero targets. Delivered by Salix and run by the Department for

Mary Portas OBE, is headline speaker at Yorkshire Sustainability Festival 2024

In a bid to encourage businesses to think twice about sustainability and come together to achieve ethical growth, Mary Portas OBE will be heading up the speaker stage on day

Mulgrave Estate to discuss plans to plant over 300,000 trees

The award-winning Mulgrave Estate in the North York Moors is holding a public meeting to discuss Phase One of plans to plant 300,000 trees over 550 acres in a

Incredible conservation benefits of real Christmas trees discovered by survey

British Christmas tree plantations have been found to support various species of conservation concern such as red squirrels and polecats, according to the first ever study of its kind undertaken
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