With continued growth in mind, Hull-based Pure Block Management has expanded its team.
Lizzie Gibson has been appointed to the firm’s team of block managers following recent wins with new clients. The firm manages over 100 apartment blocks and residential complexes throughout the region.
To celebrate World Breastfeeding Week, mums, babies, family and friends are invited to a picnic at various locations across the East Riding.
Several events are being organized by East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s children’s centres, with the support of integrated specialist public health nurses from Humber NHS Teaching Foundation Trust, to help give breastfeeding mothers support and help.
Local bus company, East Yorkshire, has introduced its special summer timetables to help improve service across its network.
As of this week, the bus company will be introducing special summer timetables to weekday and Saturday buses on Services 54, 56 and 57 to reflect lower passenger demand in the summer months and to help improve service across the network.
Two Barratt Developments site managers at the Yorkshire East division have won a top national award for the quality of the homes they are building in Hull.
Mark Greenley at Harrier Chase in Brough and Jamie Stephenson at Poppyfields in Cottingham have both won a Pride in the Job Quality Award from the National House Building Council (NHBC). These prestigious awards are known as the “Oscars of the housebuilding industry”.
The UK’s largest manufacturer of touring caravans, motorhomes and holiday homes has pledged its support to a charity on its doorstep which is transforming detection techniques for serious medical conditions.
Swift Group, based in Cottingham, East Yorkshire, has confirmed the Daisy Appeal as one of its chosen charities and will help to raise funds for the ongoing development of life-saving and life-changing facilities and treatments at Castle Hill Hospital, which is also in Cottingham.
Work on converting a former radio studio into high-end office space and apartments has been placed on hold after the arrival in the building of a colony of puffins.
The birds may be fibreglass rather than flesh and feathers, but they appealed to Rachel and James Murray’s passion for culture and have brought work to a standstill at their site, The Boathouse offices, next to Hull Marina.
A charity that is working to offer UK-leading detection and personalised treatment facilities for patients with cancer, heart disease and dementia has unveiled the equipment inside the new £8.8m Molecular Imaging Research Centre (MIRC) which it will move into this summer after the disruption of Covid.
Barratt Developments Yorkshire East, which includes the Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes brands, has reported significant social, economic and environmental contributions across the communities in which it builds over the course of the last year.
The company have a number of ongoing development projects including some in Beverley.
A former Beverley High School student who works globally to help governments tackle challenges including pandemics, terrorism, corruption, war crimes and modern slavery has been awarded the MBE for services to international trade.
Helen Gibson, Managing Director of Agencia, credited her family and colleagues for their part in earning the honour, which recognises the company’s activities in some of the world’s trouble spots.
Barratt Developments Yorkshire East is supporting education workers in and around Hull who play an integral role in their communities, by donating a contribution for every sale to the new home owner’s nursery, school, college or university.
The Culture Train Tour 2021 is once again bringing a taste of the Hull music scene to communities in East Yorkshire after being derailed by the pandemic in 2020.
The fifth and final date of this years tour brings musicians to play at St Mary’s in Beverley on Saturday 27th November with a lineup of Diddie Hair, The Cox Brothers, Jackson D, The Quicksilver Kings and Ruth Scott and James Wood of the Late Night Marauders.