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  • Media  /  100 firefighters attend Bradford mill fire THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    at risk The fire started in the basement of the Mannington mill The mill is a four storey building used for storage Four firefighters wearing breathing apparatus tackled the fire which was still ongoing hours later at 6 10pm Related Major fire at West Yorkshire business park By that time the fire had spread from the basement to some a for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Appetite for Yorkshire restaurants on the up Private businesses can profit from technological i Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Fashion ball struts its way across the Pennines af Budget Analysis Fiscally neutral but banks hit by Chancellor announces city deal for West Yorkshire Cheers all round as Black Sheep Brewery agrees Yor Business Partners scheme hits the right note ahead TheBusinessDesk TV Debbie Jackson and Janie Newt Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive 250 jobs at risk as BIS plans office closure IT company swoops for Tech City datacentre firm Plans to redevelop Headingley Stadium unveiled Investigation launched into HBOS

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  • Property  /  Commercial Property  /  Major fire at West Yorkshire business park THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    other businesses on the site Firefighters from Dewsbury Cleckheaton Leeds Morley and Ossett attempted to control the fire at the three storey building at Batley s Greenhill Mills Everyone was evacuated from the building with neighbouring businesses also evacuated from the estate as the fire raged Tiffany Johnson of ASG Fabrications one of the 10 businesses located in the mill told TheBusinessDesk for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Appetite for Yorkshire restaurants on the up Private businesses can profit from technological i Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Fashion ball struts its way across the Pennines af Budget Analysis Fiscally neutral but banks hit by Chancellor announces city deal for West Yorkshire Cheers all round as Black Sheep Brewery agrees Yor Business Partners scheme hits the right note ahead TheBusinessDesk TV Debbie Jackson and Janie Newt Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive 250 jobs at risk as BIS plans office closure IT company swoops for Tech City datacentre firm Plans to redevelop Headingley Stadium unveiled Investigation launched

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/730157-fire-at-west-yorkshire-mills.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Lifestyle  /  Chef launches independent restaurant THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    international influence It will be opening at 98 Micklegate this spring Mr Bentinck was formerly a chef at Michelin starred Pipe and Glass in South Dalton as well as Northcote and The Star Inn Skosh will be a natural culmination of family influences worldwide travels and professional growth according to the business A letter from the resta for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Appetite for Yorkshire restaurants on the up Private businesses can profit from technological i Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Fashion ball struts its way across the Pennines af Budget Analysis Fiscally neutral but banks hit by Chancellor announces city deal for West Yorkshire Cheers all round as Black Sheep Brewery agrees Yor Business Partners scheme hits the right note ahead TheBusinessDesk TV Debbie Jackson and Janie Newt Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive 250 jobs at risk as BIS plans office closure IT company swoops for Tech City datacentre firm Plans to redevelop Headingley Stadium unveiled Investigation launched into HBOS managers conduct after

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/730710-harrogate-chef-launches-independent-restaurant.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Deals/Restructuring  /  Deals List  /  “Crucial link” in marine supply chain gets £5m investment THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    is replacing the vessel traffic services centre at Spurn Point The new centre will be located between Royal Dock and Fish Dock at the north end of the port estate in Grimsby Deterioration of the peninsula surrounding the old site has limited access Work will commence in late Spring and is expected to take 15 months The existing buildings at Spurn Peninsula will be ha for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Appetite for Yorkshire restaurants on the up Private businesses can profit from technological i Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Fashion ball struts its way across the Pennines af Budget Analysis Fiscally neutral but banks hit by Chancellor announces city deal for West Yorkshire Cheers all round as Black Sheep Brewery agrees Yor Business Partners scheme hits the right note ahead TheBusinessDesk TV Debbie Jackson and Janie Newt Print this page Add a deal Send to a friend More News News Archive 250 jobs at risk as BIS plans office closure IT company swoops for Tech City datacentre firm Plans to redevelop Headingley Stadium

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  • News  /  UK economy slows in 2015 as global threats loom THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    up slightly in the final three months of the year but 2015 still finished behind the 2 9 growth enjoyed in 2014 Chris Williamson chief economist at Markit said The upturn masks an unbalanced economy and a slowing pace of expansion with the annual rate of growth slipping to the weakest for almost three years Survey data also point to a further loss of momentum in December Uncertainty ove for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Appetite for Yorkshire restaurants on the up Private businesses can profit from technological i Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Fashion ball struts its way across the Pennines af Budget Analysis Fiscally neutral but banks hit by Chancellor announces city deal for West Yorkshire Cheers all round as Black Sheep Brewery agrees Yor Business Partners scheme hits the right note ahead TheBusinessDesk TV Debbie Jackson and Janie Newt Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive 250 jobs at risk as BIS plans office closure IT company swoops for Tech City datacentre firm Plans

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/730675-uk-economy-slows-in-2015-as-global-threats-loom.html (2016-02-01)
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  • People  /  Appointments: Walker Morris, Sanderson Weatherall, Jet Aire THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    partner to strengthen its M A and capital markets offering Partner Daniel O Gorman joins from DWF where he was national head of the equity capital markets group Prior to that role he spent 10 years with Travers Smith He has advised on a number of recent notable transactions including Custodian REIT Plc s for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Appetite for Yorkshire restaurants on the up Private businesses can profit from technological i Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Fashion ball struts its way across the Pennines af Budget Analysis Fiscally neutral but banks hit by Chancellor announces city deal for West Yorkshire Cheers all round as Black Sheep Brewery agrees Yor Business Partners scheme hits the right note ahead TheBusinessDesk TV Debbie Jackson and Janie Newt Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive 250 jobs at risk as BIS plans office closure IT company swoops for Tech City datacentre firm Plans to redevelop Headingley Stadium unveiled Investigation launched into HBOS managers conduct after bank failure Leeds

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/730701-appointments-walker-morris-sanderson-weatherall-jet-aire.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Walker Morris LLP, Leeds, Legal Services, THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    Corporate WALKER MORRIS Walker Morris is a law firm uniquely recognised for its strong multi disciplinary teamwork and straightforward advice With national and international reach the depth of our expertise assures clients all their needs can be met by one firm We make it our priority to understand your business and appreciate that you need lawyers who are willing to offer support and advice beyond the legals STRENGTH IN DEPTH We offer strength in depth through four experienced core teams comprising Commercial Corporate Litigation and Property COMMERCIAL one of the largest commercial teams outside the City of London which has acted on over 4billion worth of transactions in the last 18 months Working for both the public and private sectors the work the Group undertakes includes intellectual property matters mainstream private sector commercial contracting and public sector project and procurement work The Group has substantial in house experience with many of our lawyers coming from or having secondments with in house public and private sector teams CORPORATE with 13 partners many of whom are nationally recognised for their expertise as advisers and dealmakers in their own right It includes specialist teams dealing with all aspects of corporate and commercial work and is supported by our impressive banking insolvency and commercial teams The corporate team is equipped to advise on all aspects of corporate law and regulation affecting private equity providers management teams public and private companies and their respective advisers from corporate governance and compliance issues to M A IPOs MBOs MBIs fund raisings and takeover bids LITIGATION In addition to the litigation undertaken by the employment construction and insolvency teams Walker Morris also has vast experience in the fields of commercial dispute resolution and property litigation Acting for many corporate clients both public and private and institutional clients they

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  • Brewin Dolphin, Leeds, Banking & Finance, THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    Brewin Dolphin 10 Wellington Place Leeds LS1 4AN Region Leeds T 0113 245 9341 E W www brewindolphin co uk Key People Michael Craven Divisional Director Paul Martin Divisional Director Steve Scott Divisional Director Richard Harwood Divisional Director Martin Payne Divisional Director Brewin Dolphin is one of the UK s largest independently owned private client wealth managers We have 40 offices throughout the United Kingdom and Channel Islands offering a wide range of financial services and we have over 32 billion under management Our success is founded on our long track record of helping private clients trusts charities and pension funds to create and preserve wealth The Leeds office of Brewin Dolphin can trace is heritage back to 1903 with the formation of Wise Speke The Investment Management office became part of Brewin Dolphin Group in 1998 following the acquisition of Wise Speke A further acquisition of local broker Broadbridge was completed in 2000 which was closely followed by a new team joining in 2001 Subsequent teams joined in 2008 2009 and 2011 We now have over 40 members of staff in the investment management division responsible for the management of some 1 6 billion of client monies We have been working with individuals families and businesses across Yorkshire and the UK providing successful investment solutions for generations Our portfolio management services cover private clients ISAs Charities trusts pension funds and SIPPs and we have executives with specialist knowledge in all of these areas The Leeds office is also one of Brewin Dolphin s charity management centres of excellence The team headed up by Michael Craven has a long track record and considerable expertise in investing on behalf of charities Our teams of financial planners offer an integrated service designed to take a holistic view of your financial circumstances As

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