The bow-shaped entrance hall, port hole-peppered doors and sloping sides give away Salvus House’ original purpose as a base for a marine insurer.
A FURNITURE maker from Teesdale is looking to expand his business and take on staff after moving into new premises.
A flagship £3.4m Durham City office space and business incubator unit is celebrating attracting growing and industry leading businesses to its bespoke accommodation.
A major resource to attract inward investors to the region has been relaunched by Invest North East England (INEE).
Newcastle-headquartered investment firm Tier One Capital has acquired a student accommodation scheme in Durham.
A GROWING writing and editing company has become the first tenant to move into a multi-award winning business incubator in Durham City.
Durham County Council has just opened the doors to its cutting-edge business incubator and office space at Salvus House.
County Durham-headquartered construction firm Esh Group has added to its premises in Bowburn with the addition of an incubator building designed to house start-up and small businesses across the region.
The founding tenant of POD, a project designed to help businesses launch and expand, is moving into its own premises.
A contemporary church designed by a practice in the North East will bring two - and possibly three - congregations together near Consett, County Durham.
County Durham furniture manufacturer, Godfrey Syrett, has invested over £200,000 in new state-of-the-art fabric cutting technology to support continual innovation of its furniture range.
This opportunity is to provide specialist innovation consultancy within a Flexible Support Programme to SMEs in the Durham area.
Durham-based pharmaceutical firm Quantum Pharma Plc has announced that Chris Rigg is the company’s new acting Chief Executive Officer.
Durham County Council’s Cabinet is being asked to approve the purchase of offices on the Aykley Heads site to support job growth and create a new cutting-edge business incubator scheme.
A £6.83m investment in one of the country’s most prestigious science parks could lead to 1,400 jobs being created.