Downtown in Business is celebrating a record year as it gears up to establish the brand in two new locations in 2018.
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– as new Garden House bedrooms and ‘wedding’ garden renovations are completed.
A husband and wife team are celebrating after their frozen food business The Northern Dough Co. secures a coveted listing in more than 700 Sainsbury’s stores across the country.
Lancashire County Cricket Club is delighted to announce that LeasingOptions.co.uk, one of the UK’s leading car leasing companies, will be partnering with the club in a deal through the 2017 and 2018 seasons.
Land at Chapel Hill, Longridge. This is residential development land overlooking Alston Reservoirs on the fringes of Longridge, 8 miles north east of Preston at the western end of Longridge Fell, a long ridge above the Ribble Valley. The location of the land is quite stunning with views over the three reservoirs and the Ribble... View Article
Award winning residential developer Anwyl Homes is expanding into Lancashire.
OVG launches the Birmingham and Lancashire Business Predictions following the successful Liverpool editionMarch 30, 2017 7:10 am Leave your thoughts
Online Ventures Group have released their Birmingham and Lancashire Business Predictions, following the success of the Liverpool Business Predictions earlier this year. The new reports aim to show why Birmingham and Lancashire are great locations for business prospects.
The Oaks Hotel in Burnley played host to Downtown Lancashire’s exclusive breakfast event with the Chief Executive of Manchester City Council Sir Howard Bernstein yesterday.
Leading business organisation, Downtown Lancashire in Business, will host its fifth annual BOOST business conference on Tuesday 21st March at Brockholes conference centre; and Downtown boss Frank McKenna is promising a positive and inspiring event for the expected 100 private sector leaders who will be in attendance attend.
The county of Lancashire is in a more positive position than it has been for anytime during the past five years, according to business leader Frank McKenna.