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Concern that delayed market works could harm town’s role in City of Culture

Unacceptable delays to the refurbishment of a market square will mean work is still going on for a huge chunk of Braford’s City of...

The Huddersfield buildings with special protected status

Today, Huddersfield’s John William Street is known for its selection of takeaways, restaurants, and the Cherry Tree pub but many of its buildings have been given special...

Future of Dewsbury landmark soon to be determined as plan submitted

A Dewsbury landmark could soon be moving to Crow Nest Park as part of a major regeneration project.If plans get the go-ahead, the bandstand...

Plan to turn derelict listed warehouse into flats is approved

A derelict 1880s building in Bradford’s historic Little Germany district is to be brought back to use after plans for a residential conversion were...

Developer found for city centre plot

A plot of land surrounded by some of the city’s biggest regeneration schemes is set to be redeveloped for housing after a buyer was...

Hotel groups eye up decaying Crown pub as survey assesses economic viability

Hotel groups have expressed an interest in developing the Crown pub in Middlesbrough which has stood rotting since 2015.The building on the corner of...

Victorian tearoom project in Bradford gains approval of ventilation works

Works to install a new ventilation system for a planned Victorian tearoom in Bradford city centre have been approved.Plans to convert the former Natwest...

Revised plans approved for petrol station and SPAR store on eyesore site in Linthorpe

Revised plans for a filling station and convenience store on an eyesore site in Linthorpe have been given the nod.The land on the corner...

Demands for transparency in Teesworks project oversight grow amid governance issues

Renewed calls have been voiced for a National Audit Office investigation into the Teesworks project as one Labour peer suggested people in Teesside were...

Kirklees Council to sell historic sites and community facilities to tackle £47m Deficit

In its ongoing efforts to address a £47m deficit, cash-strapped Kirklees Council is looking to dispose of more than 50 assets.Historic buildings including the...

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