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Hamilton Heath Estates has completed its ninth deal in the last 18 months with the purchase of the Phoenix Business Park in Speke.
Specialist housing developer Mulbury has been given the go ahead to build 143 apartments in Ancoats, Manchester, aimed at the private rented sector (PRS).
Manchester City Council has approved a new plan to create between 1,000 and 2,000 affordable homes per year.
Property company Glenbrook has submitted plans to develop a 16 storey private rental sector block in Salford.
Dirty Martini has acquired a site subject to conditions at 211–217 Deansgate in Manchester, which after a £1.5m conversion will become the group’s first venue in the north of England.
Worthington Properties has secured funding of £45m for its office scheme at 125 Deansgate through a three-year clubbed facility.
Industrial developer Chancerygate has submitted proposals for a new 212,000 sq ft scheme at Dunningsbridge Road in Liverpool.
Prospect Capital and Wilcocks & Wilcocks have submitted plans for a 27-storey residential tower in central Liverpool.
Fairbriar International has been granted detailed planning consent for the 500-apartment second phase of its £1bn Middlewood Locks development in Salford.
US investor Ares has staked a claim to a share of the growing serviced apartment sector by acquiring a 70% stake in aparthotel and build-to-rent (BTR) company Go Native for an undisclosed sum.
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With Manchester losing arguably its greatest civic leader when Sir Howard Bernstein retires in the new year, there had been much speculation over who will take up the challenge – but now the recipient of this challenge has been identified as Joanne Roney.