A multi-million pound project to deliver a new state-of-the-art bus station in the heart of Durham City is getting back on track following unforeseen issues. Durham County Council is delivering the project to provide new first class facilities on the site...
Before anything can happen with your purchase, you need to find the right conveyancing solicitor London for you, and then instruct them to begin the conveyancing process.It is a good idea to speak to family or friends to see...
25 January 2022: A County Durham community centre in Cornforth has received a £1,000 donation from leading housebuilder, Barratt Developments North East. Located close to the housebuilder’s Burdon Green development in Coxhoe, The Cornforth Partnership provides community led services including...
Tackling climate change and raising the region’s reputation as a cultural destination are just some examples of effective partnership work in County Durham, councillors will hear next week. Durham County Council’s Cabinet will receive an update on the activities of...
A market-leading North East ground investigation and materials testing business is aiming to break through the two million pound turnover barrier in 2022 with the help of a third investment from the North East Growth Capital Fund Supported by...
Small businesses in County Durham are being invited to borrow an electric van, to experience for themselves the benefits of going green. Durham County Council’s low carbon economy and fleet teams are offering short term loans of electric vans to...
A LONG-serving restaurant manager at a luxury North East hotel is now in the running for one of the industry’s most prestigious awards. Tony Gill, who has been at Lumley Castle Hotel for 26 years and has been Restaurant Manager...
A scheme allowing essential repairs to be made to a County Durham bridge has been recognised for its innovation by an awarding body. New Elvet Bridge in Durham City reopened earlier this year following critical works to make the bridge...
Electrical and fire alarm safety specialist, Safety Checked, has secured new business contracts worth more than £600k with help from the Durham Business Opportunities Programme (DBOP). Set up just over four years ago by Martin Hurton and Richard Leckenby, Safety...
A Northumberland care home has been saved from certain closure and the loss of local jobs and services after a new provider stepped in. Vital Care Services has now taken over the former struggling Baedling Manor at Front Street, Bedlington...

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