Dominic is the Managing Director of the Wykeland Group, a property development and investment company based in Hull. Wykeland has developed over 12 million square feet of commercial space over the years around the north of England and Scotland. Its current main focus is the Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Humber region and are behind schemes such as Bridgehead Business Park on the approach roads to the Humber Bridge, the 200 acre Melton West Business Park, Flemingate retail and leisure scheme in Beverley, the Treadmills regeneration scheme in Northallerton  and the 110 acre Europarc Business Park in Grimsby. In partnership with the Lincolnshire Co-op Wykeland have recently purchased the Waterside Shopping Centre in Lincoln.

One of their current key projects is the Fruit Market in Hull where in partnership with Beal Homes a once derelict part of the city is now a thriving urban village with a digital and tech campus, artist studios, new residential, an amphitheatre over a listed dry dock and a vibrant independent retail and leisure offering.

Wykeland have a 25 year Development Agreement on 211 acres adjacent to Junction 36 of the M62 at Rawcliffe Road, Goole which forms part of the Humber Freeport.

The mantra of the business over the last decade and a half has been physical regeneration does not happen without cultural and social regeneration. Wykeland was a major sponsor of Hull’s 2017 City of Culture, developed and still owns the Stage@thedock Amphitheatre in the Fruit Market, created Juice Studios on Humber Street in Hull and has supported numerous cultural organisations and social interventions in the region over the last decade.

Dominic spent a number of years as a Member of Council at the University of Hull and its Finance Committee, is a Trustee of the Hull Minster development fund, is a Director of the Centre for Digital Innovation (C4Di), is the Chair of HEY Creative the Arts Council England funded Cultural Compact for Hull and East Yorkshire and is a member of the regions Business Engagement Board.