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WORK has started to expand a 200-year-old York business.

As The Press reported at the time, JH Shouksmith was given the green-light last year to expand its Osbaldwick headquarters after a vote by councillors.

The Building services engineering firm sought permission to replace existing office, warehouse and storage buildings that are prefabricated and more than 50-years-old.

Now work has got underway on site and, once complete, the three-story office building will be accessed via Murton Lane, while a pair of two-storey light industrial buildings will have a separate access from Outgang Lane to the north.


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