Businesses for sale in West Yorkshire, Yorkshire And The Humber
This extremely profitable motor and car parts retail business is based in an excellent freehold site in central Halifax. It supplies local businesses and end customers with a wide range of automotive parts, enjoying a high profit margin in the process. Its good stock and outstanding service has earn..
This private detective business has low overheads and a high turnover. Well established, with a loyal client base. The business is very competent with investigation but has diversified from this to include skip tracing, process serving, background checks, identification and general legal services. T..
Wakefield. Turnover £111,000. Established by current owner in 1990. Wide range of services including MOT?s (Class4) service and repairs. Loyal customer base providing regular and repeat business. Extensive range of equipment. Parking for 15-20 vehicles. Offered for sale due to retirement. Freehold ..
Car sales and garage MOT service and repairs to a wide range of customers. They currently sublet a unit to a professional sprayer giving an additional income of £18k pa. Situated in the thriving town of Wortley in Leeds. Long-established and highly reputed. Well appointed and presented throughout...
An opportunity has arisen to acquire a long established, consistently profitable, specialist engineering business making surface finishing machines and systems for the industrial and education markets. ..
Freehold three floor bar and nightclub operation. Town centre circuit position. Ground floor bar. First and second floor night clubs. Additional undeveloped space...
Huddersfield, Post Office Salary £60,000pa, WT £18,000, Well established and in the ownership of our client since 2006, Prominent corner trading position, Densely populated residential area, Enviable reputation with good levels of repeat custom, Genuine retirement sale, Substantial freehold proper..
Online asset sale to include fire extinguishers cabinets, noticeboards, desks, filing cabinets, laser printers, workstations, fridges, dishwashers, tables, chairs etc. Bidding ends from: 10.00am Tuesday 14 March 2017...
Wholesaler of catering supplies established over 22 years. Over 100 regular accounts. Stock purchased from UK distributors. Strong and long standing customer relationship. High referral business. Multiple income streams. Scope for further growth. Ideal bolt on acquisition. Leasehold, rent £466 per ..
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Local information: West Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the HumberWest Yorkshire came into existence as a metropolitan county in 1974 after the passage of the Local Government Act 1972 and, although the county council was abolished, it continues to form a metropolitan and ceremonial county with a Lord Lieutenant of West Yorkshire and a High Sheriff.
The only ancient cathedral city in what is now West Yorkshire was Wakefield, however the industrial revolution, which changed West and South Yorkshire significantly, led to the growth of Leeds and Bradford, which became the area's two largest cities. Leeds was granted city status in 1893 and Bradford in 1897. The name of Leeds Town Hall reflects the fact that at its opening in 1858 Leeds was not yet a city, while Bradford renamed its Town Hall as City Hall in 1965.
Leeds has recently attracted investment from financial institutions, to become a recognised financial centre, with many banks, building societies and insurance companies having offices in the city.
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