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North west news
Terrace Hill Group has acquired the 47 remaining assets within its residential joint venture for £5.3m and plans to dispose of them to owner occupiers.
Premier Inn has identified seven new sites across the north- west to fulfil a portion of its UK expansion plans.
Fred and Peter Done and family’s Mosley Street Ventures has submitted plans to Manchester City Council for the redevelopment of a building on Mosley Street, to be named No2 St Peter’s Square.
A year ahead of completion, the clinical campus is almost fully let. David Hatcher reports
A couple relocating from Northern Ireland to a development near Liverpool have become the first new homebuyers to complete their purchase under the government’s Help to Buy scheme.
One of leisure property’s perennial problem buildings is back on the market after a decade.
A global technology brand that has been leasing single office floors in Manchester over the past 12 months, without revealing its identity, has agreed terms on a further 10 locations across the city centre.
Scottish Widows Investment Property Partnership Trust has signed clothing and furniture retailer TJ Hughes for its Moor leisure and retail scheme in Sheffield, and is under offer on a string of other lettings.
Site in city centre ripe for redevelopment after division relocation. Nick Johnstone reports
English Cities Fund has submitted a planning application for a hotel in New Bailey, part of the Salford Central regeneration scheme.
LaSalle Investment Management has bought the first shopping centre out of the collapsed £350m Britannica Fund.
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The 140-page Liverpool City Centre Strategic Investment Framework was unveiled at the waterfront BT Convention Centre on 1 November.
This paper considers how Greater Manchester might move forward in stimulating business innovation to underpin long-term sustainable growth.
North west analysis
It has been quite a year so far. We all came back into work in January with huge enthusiasm for the challenges in front of us and generally the level of confidence was high.
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Unexpected historical discoveries can cause serious delays. Sarah Townsend reports
Carter Jonas has appointed Anna Gadd as a graduate town planner in the London planning team.
Deputy mayor “quietly confident” ahead of decision day.
The broadcaster has taken three floors totalling 62,000 sq ft in the Orange Tower and is relocating 500 staff from its Quay Street office in Manchester.