MEMBERS of a regional enterprise network have released figures for the first time on their combined efforts to sustain entrepreneurship and drive start-up activity in the North East.
GETTING a business up and running can be a tough challenge but, once a company is established in its marketplace, most want to maximise their potential and continue to develop and grow.
MANY of you will be delighted to read that even lawyers haven’t been immune to the ravages of the latest recession but, looking ahead, I think all of us with a vested interest in the North East’s economic performance have reasons to be cheerful.
The Grade II-listed part-Jacobean home includes a five-bedroom house and adjoining two-bedroom cottage.
The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) dubbed it “a promising start to a more positive relationship between coalition ministers and the private rented sector”.
FAMILIES looking for a new home with plenty of character may now have the perfect solution.
But buyers at the Oaklands development, courtesy of Meadowcroft Homes, are sure to be impressed.
IF the thought of clawed carpets and smelly settees put you off ever renting your property to pet owners then a new pet-friendly lettings partnership may make you think again.
The property is nine miles from Newcastle, 16 miles from Durham and 14 miles from Newcastle International Airport.
Accommodation includes an entrance hallway, lounge opening to twin sun terraces, second reception room, dining room and kitchen.