Vp, which has its headquarters at Central House on Otley Road, said following the pandemic it took steps to reduce costs and save cash including closing or merging 25 of its locations.
Harrogate building equipment rental company Vp has reported a turnover of £308 million and profits of £23.3 million, down from £48.1 million in the previous year. Vp, which has its headquarters at Central House on Otley Road, said following the pandemic it took steps...
Simon Theakston is the great-great grandson of the founder of the famous Masham brewery. He talks about the impact of covid and, as a former Harrogate councillor, appraises recent developments across the district.
Denise Wiand said the original Damn Yankee was a huge success when it first opened with queues of excited people down Station Parade looking forward to the classic American fare and lively atmosphere that it became famous for.
The first market will be held in Harrogate next Saturday, with more than 50 stallholders due to set up at St Wilfrid’s Church.
Family-run horticultural nursery is celebrating 100 years since its founding this month. The business has sold over 220 million plants to businesses across the country.
Harrogate taxi firm Airline Taxis is taking steps to wind up the company. A meeting of any people or businesses who are owed money by the company will be held via Zoom, on June 16.
Numerous large bins are creating an “eyesore” on Princes Street in Harrogate. One business owner has said around 30 bins can be found in a constant huddle on the street.
The planters were introduced at the start of the pandemic to allow pedestrians to social distance. But many residents and traders want them removed and parking restored.
North Yorkshire County Council is in ‘early discussions’ with Welcome to Yorkshire over funding next year’s Tour de Yorkshire. It could see councils underwrite costs for the race if the tourism body fails to secure enough sponsorship.
Eighty per cent of traders voted in favour of setting up the BID. It means 280 city businesses will contribute to an annual budget of £160,000 for improvement projects.
Euro Garages, which runs drive-thru outlets for KFC and Greggs, wants to build the coffee shop on the former 1st Dental surgery site on Wetherby Road. Residents fighting the plans will appear at an appeal hearing on Tuesday.
Figures from Harrogate Borough Council show the number of empty units in areas across the district have fallen since March last year. Boroughbridge is among the best performing with 1.5% of vacant units.