From the Business Archives
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5th Nov The Pride of Tameside Business Awards 2017 were back to showcase and reward the very best businesses across a whole range of sectors in the borough on Friday night. Winners in 20 categories were chosen plus a number of highly commended awards were presented during a glittering ceremony held at Dukinfield Town Hall and attended […]
30th Oct Plans for a new 1200 pupil school at a reclaimed beauty spot in Nutsford Vale, Gorton, are now under scrutiny despite continued opposition coming from local residents and councillors. The application for the three storey building has been submitted to Manchester City Council planning  which if successful will  be built by Laing O’Rourke on approximately one […]
25th Oct Boys and ghouls are invited to pick up a pumpkin from ‘The Pumpkin Square’ which opens at Clarendon Square Shopping Centre in Hyde this weekend for a free Halloween event packed with fang-tastic fun. On Saturday (October 28), the centre will be more Clarendon Scare than Square, with a spooky pumpkin patch with eerie inspiration […]
18th Oct A new salon has opened its doors at a popular shopping centre in Hyde. Top Cut Barbers is the latest addition at Clarendon Square, having opened this week. It’s already proving a big hit with local residents looking for a razor sharp new look, offering traditional styles and quick trims. Paula Wood, Clarendon Square centre […]
13th Oct A disused Reddish mill which had become both an eyesore and a magnet for trouble makers is finally being redeveloped. Owners of the sprawling Victorian Elisabeth Mill on Holdsworth Street, De Trafford Estates, have appointed the leading regeneration specialist company Keepmoat Regeneration to refurbish the old structure and build new homes attached to the mill. The new […]
11th Oct Business owners say they could be driven to the wall after plans to introduce on street parking charges in Ashton were approved by councillors. Business owners say they could be driven to the wall after plans to introduce on street parking charges in Ashton were approved by councillors.  The plans will limit free on street […]
6th Oct The Tameside Reporter and Glossop Chronicle teams are celebrating after earning a clutch of nominations in this year’s prestigious O2 Media Awards for the North West. Last year the Tameside Reporter was proud to earn a hat-trick of nominations in the awards, but this year the newspaper group is celebrating going one better, with no […]
5th Oct Redrow Homes has beaten rival bidders Barratt, Countryside Properties, and Willmott Partnership Homes to redevelop the former Counthill school site in Oldham in conjunction with Oldham Council. The decision to appoint Redrow Homes as it’s partner developer for the site was approved by the council at a cabinet meeting on September 18. Redrow’s winning bid will […]
5th Oct Tameside’s most innovative working space is launching an exciting new business competition to identify 12 aspiring entrepreneurs who want to build and grow a fantastic local digital or creative business.  Finding this elite Digital Dozen is the number one priority for the team at Ashton Old Baths, who are inviting businesses with great creative, digital […]
27th Sep GMCA leaders will be asked to approve an end to a fare freeze on Metrolink which has been in place for three years. The fare increase will start in January 2018 with a 6% price rise, subject to a decision by council leaders on Friday as transport bosses look to reclaim “revenue foregone” since January […]