Yorkshire NHS trust which paid £15m to ‘big four’ consultants hands out another seven-figure contract
A Yorkshire hospital trust which came under fire for handing £15m to a ‘big four’ accountancy firm for cost-cutting advice over four years has paid a further seven-figure sum to a rival company in its latest attempt to save money.
‘Broadband funding not enough to address rural imbalance’
New multi-million pound investment to deliver superfast broadband to thousands of extra homes in connectivity ‘not-spots’ will not go far enough to resolve the “unacceptable” imbalance of service in urban and rural areas, critics have claimed.
Drop in sessions to view draft planning application for Scarborough South Cliff Slope Stabilisation Scheme
The draft planning application for the Scarborough South Cliff Slope Stabilisation Scheme has been completed and details of it will be available for public viewing for the first time at two drop in sessions later this week.
Prime Minister ‘totally committed’ to Yorkshire devolution
The Prime Minister has given one of the clearest indications yet that wide-ranging powers could be handed to regions like Yorkshire, as she heralded the successes of the nation’s initial devolution deals.