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CG rendering of the new Yorkshire Payments office.
Jane Imrie

Yorkshire tech firm’s new HQ to create up to 80 jobs

A Yorkshire payment tech firm has invested six figures into a new headquarters which is expected to create up to 80 new jobs.

Yorkshire Payments, which has clients such as Harrogate Spring Water and icelolly.com, has relocated to a new 5,850 sq ft office in Brighouse town centre.

Situated in the grade II listed former Bethel Chapel building on Bethel Street, the new headquarters comprises a relaxation area with games consoles and a brand-new canteen, and the firm has plans to install a fully functioning bar that will double as a boardroom.

The relocation follows a £200k inward investment by the firm into its technology earlier this year, and aims to accommodate its growing team.

Yorkshire Payments founder and managing director, James Howard, commented: “As a business, we are fiercely proud to be based in Brighouse and we want to buck the trend by moving back to the high street, rather than away from it.

“As part of our move back to the town centre to increase our office space from 900 square foot to almost 6,000 sq ft, we hope to help attract new customers and clients to the shops and businesses in Brighouse.”

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