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East Riding Council is to consider plans from BroadHelm Venture for a £2m industrial development with nine units in Pocklington, which could create dozens of jobs.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has approved plans to develop a 2.4m sq ft business park in Goole.
East Riding Council is to consider plans from Humber Growers to build a new garden centre in Welton, with the creation of 80 jobs.
East Riding Council is to invest £20m in the redevelopment of Leisure World in Bridlington by 2015, including new swimming pools and a fitness studio.
East Riding Council is to consider plans from Dodds to set up a £5m solar energy farm on a 34-acre site in Holderness.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has approved plans from S&D Transport for a warehouse development at Court House Farm near Goole, including 13,400 sq ft for NKL Automotive, 25,000 sq ft for P&D Transport and 4,500 sq ft for SGS.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has approved plans from Bridgeland for the development of a new business park on a 52-acre site in Hessle, including 600,000 sq ft of offices and manufacturing facilities.
East Riding Council is to consider plans for the development of a £5m theatre and business centre to replace the Floral Hall in Hornsea.
East Riding Council is in discussions with Yorkshire Forward and Bridlington Harbour Commissioners about proposals to develop a £50m marina in Bridlington.
East Riding Council is to consider plans from Castlemore for the development of a £50m retail park with 15 units at Grovehill Road in Beverley.
East Riding Council is to refurbish Bridlington Spa at a cost of £10m, which will involve closing the entertainment complex for 18 months from next January.
East Riding Council is considering plans to outsource some of its administrative functions to Arvato, which could lead to the transfer of 500 jobs and the creation of 650 new jobs in Hull over the next four years.
East Riding Council has awarded a £5m contract to George Houlton to build a history and cultural centre in Beverley.
East Riding Council-backed Bridlington One Stop Shop is to help Global Cake Company recruit 120 staff at the former Hibernia Foods factory in Bridlington.
East Riding Council is considering revised plans from Key Growing to build a £1m flower and plant packing facility at Plaxton Bridge, Woodmansey, with the creation of up to 150 jobs.
East Riding Council is considering plans from Yorkshire Wolds & Coast NHS Primary Care Trust to relocate its headquarters to Driffield in April.
East Riding Council is planning to set up a new transport depot in Market Weighton, with the transfer of 20 staff from its Pocklington depot, 20 from Goole and 35 from Beverley.
East Riding Council has approved plans for the development of a £4m 25-metre swimming pool at the Flemingate leisure centre in Beverley.