Catherine Henry on why unprecedented investment, north-shoring, and a hunt for talent are making Yorkshire and the North East more popular than ever
It is clear to see the property market in Yorkshire and the North East has improved dramatically over the last two years. We have seen an influx of new and exciting businesses moving into the region as well as existing companies looking to either add to their existing portfolio or restructure in preparation for a future sale.
On the commercial side, further expansion work has recently started on the Teesside Advanced Manufacturing Park in Middlesbrough. The site houses 70,000 square metres of office, workshop, and laboratory space, hybrid and light industrial units, and other larger custom-designed buildings, while property consultancy Sanderson Weatherall has reinforced its commit...
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