With the sales upon us, many County Durham consumers will be hunting for bargains –not only on the high street but also over the internet.With this in mind, a new initiative has been...
Site manager at Bellway’s Byron Heights, Geoff Ward, has been named as the winner of a National House-Building Council (NHBC) Pride in the Job Quality Award for his ‘excellence in site management’ Geoff, 59, who began working as a site...
Citrus Durham has submitted a reserved matters application to Durham County Council for the delivery of the next phase of industrial development, to be known as Evolution@Integra61, within its £300m mixed-use development at J61 of the A1(M). Evolution@Integra61 will comprise...
Maximising the value of every pound spent in County Durham is key to developing a sustainable economy and driving forward recovery, councillors will hear. Next week, Durham County Council’s Cabinet will receive an update on the progress and next steps...
A scheme which helps County Durham residents get into work has been given additional funding of more than £1million. The Employability Durham team has been successful in securing £1.1million from the European Social Fund (ESF) following a competitive bidding process...
Construction is underway on the final homes at new housing development being built on a former golf course in Durham. Bellway Durham has begun work on the last nine plots at The Green, a development 54 homes off South Road.The...
Over 1,000 County Durham businesses have received grant money to support them during the Coronavirus mess Staff at the Council have worked since receiving government guidance late last week to contact businesses whose properties qualify for the grants.The council has...
Plans to create a major business park with the potential to create thousands of new jobs and boost County Durham’s economy by £400 million have been approved by councillors. Durham County Council’s planning committee today voted in favour of developing...
A County Durham market town has secured a welcome government grant to help support its local economy during these challenging times. Bishop Auckland has been awarded £750,000 to fund projects that will have an immediate impact in the town and...
Proposals to create a business park in Durham generating an initial 4,000 jobs worth up to £400m have taken a step forward with the submission of plans. The Council has submitted a ‘hybrid’ planning application for the redevelopment of a...

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