A £947m investment through the Local Transport Fund in a reallocation of HS2 cash will be “game-changing for smaller cities, towns and rural communities” across Yorkshire & the Humber, the government said.
In the latest construction market intelligence report for Yorkshire and Humber, Rider Levett Bucknall said that it expects to see market improvement in mid to late 2024.
North East Lincolnshire Council has selected the design firm to lead the regeneration of Market Place as part of the coastal town’s £18m Levelling Up Fund projects.
Plans have been approved to bring 56,000 sq ft of offices along with events space to the historic site on Fish Dock Road.
Associated British Ports has exchanged contracts to acquire the freehold of close to 230 acres of Enterprise Zone land known as Stallingborough Interchange, two miles from the Port of Immingham.
Nine local authorities will receive £20m in a 10-year endowment fund as the government looks to major on town centre regeneration, while Hull is one of two locations to pioneer new Levelling Up Partnerships.
The regional skills agency wants to expand its Stallingborough headquarters in partnership with major industry names Phillips 66, VPI Power and Harbour Energy.
Hospitality sector specialist Coverpoint, working for landowner East Riding Council, is seeking expressions of interest from potential operators.
Work will begin in 2024 on a 558,000 sq ft fulfilment centre at Wykeland Group’s Melton West business park, next to the online retail giant’s existing delivery station.
The Humber has been chosen as the location for a carbon capture, usage and storage cluster, the government has revealed.
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