HomeBusinessLifestyleSchools & EducationHealthSportHomesJobsSearch
You are here > Furness Business News
Friday 10th April 2020

Furness Business News rss logo

New factories on line

FOURTEEN new factories are fast taking shape on the Furness Business Park in spite of the credit crunch and a growing slump in commercial property in some towns and cities. (NW Evening Mail 28 July 2008)

More >>>

BAE Systems harnesses experience and expertise for civil nuclear sector

BAE Systems is set to harness its experience and expertise constructing and commissioning the nuclear power plants for submarines to enhance the UK’s civil nuclear capabilities.

More >>>

MP and pressure group welcome orders

THE group that lobbies for Barrow shipyard has welcomed the £300m aircraft carrier order. (NW Evening Mail, 10 July 2008)

More >>>

£½m grants lead to 100 new jobs

MORE than 100 new jobs are being created in Furness after bosses got special grants to recruit more workers.

More >>>

Special report sees Barrow’s future as bright

BARROW’S future is looking bright. (NW Evening Mail)

More >>>

Rising house prices in Barrow-in-Furness

A host of high-tech industries mark out the Cumbrian town among regenerating urban areas. (The Times, 27 June 2008)

More >>>

Do you want to be a sports coach?

Stuart Meredith, a Sports Hub Administrator at Furness College is looking to increase the number of sport coaches and volunteers.

More >>>

Project is a Barrow first

Parkview pupils work with a BAE Systems graduate in a bid to interest children in engineering

More >>>

Offshore gas works to create 150 jobs

A £500M offshore gas storage scheme off the coast of Furness will create 150 construction jobs, town hall chiefs have been told.

More >>>

Plan unveiled to halt Dalton Road decline

A SCHEME to continue the regeneration of Barrow town centre is to be put to the public. (NW Evening Mail, 14 May 2008)

More >>>

Pages 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  
Business Support
How to get here by air, road
and public transport
Contact Us
Useful Links


This website is managed by Furness Enterprise Ltd on behalf of West Lakes Renaissance
in association with provider by Furness Internet Ltd.

Copyright 2009 © by Furness Enterprise Ltd