Up to 90% of retail properties will see their business rates reduced by one third for the next two years from next Monday (1 April 2019), reducing costs for hard pressed high street retailers, according to a leading commercial property agent. Richard Wilson, Associate Partner at Teesside independent commercial property consultants Dodds Brown, says that retail properties with a rateable value of less than £51,000 will receive the discount.
The owner of a new business in Middlesbrough’s Dundas Market says he wants to use his expertise in alternative therapies to improve the well-being of people in the town.
Business is booming for Middlesbrough’s first vegan food store which is doubling in size less than a year after opening. The Little Vegan Market in Dundas Market has also been nominated for a prestigious national award. The business is run by Charlotte Bottomley and Matthew Wilson who say they are...
Work has started on a six figure project to refurbish the Wilson Street entrance to Middlesbrough’s Dundas Shopping Centre.
Florist Christine Fearon has launched her business – Made with Love – at an appropriate and special time. The shop’s opening in Middlesbrough’s Dundas Market coincided with the date of her late mum’s birthday, as well as the start of the build up to Mother’s Day.
Tattoo artist Byron Pearman has more reason than most to hope Middlesbrough Football Club are promoted back to the Premier League this season. The last promotion brought a queue of fans wanting permanent “Up the Boro” mementoes. This time – with the opening of his own shop in the town’s Dundas Market – Byron sees success for the team as a handy kick-start for his new business, Beardy Giant Tattoos.