Durham Business Recovery Grant

To support local businesses in looking forward and meeting the challenge of recovery, Durham County Council has introduced a £5 million Durham Business Recovery Grant.

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How We Can Help

Business Durham has a talented team of highly experienced professionals working with a range of businesses in the county. Their knowledge will enable them to provide tailored options to meet a variety of needs.

Location & Premises

Business Durham manages a varied portfolio of space to suit a range of operations throughout the county. Quality office, laboratory, industrial, hot-desks, incubator and virtual offices are available.

Why Durham?

County Durham is at the heart of North East England. Offering stunning countryside, first class shopping and entertainment, cultural icons, and world renown educational establishments. A large and skilled labour pool, easy access to ports, mainline rail and national road networks. As well as exceptional value housing and business locations.

News & Events

Business Durham provides you with the latest business news from across the region. We also plan many events to support networking and training opportunities and provide details of others taking place across the county.

DRC Consulting

Dean Crampton, Founder DRC Consulting

Business Durham have been great, particularly the team at Salvus House who have supported us from the outset and have assisted with our move to bigger offices. The space we’re occupying now is perfect for us and gives us the room we need to continue to grow.

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Hitachi Rail starts welding brand new British trains as investment in North East factory reaches £110m

Hitachi Rail starts welding brand new British trains as investment in North East factory reaches £110m

Free WI-FI to be introduced in Seaham to boost town’s recovery

Free WI-FI to be introduced in Seaham to boost town’s recovery

Once ailing industrial estate now full of tenants

Once ailing industrial estate now full of tenants