North west supplement 2006

Property Week

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  • Burning ambition

    North west supplement 2006

    Manchester's derelict London Road fire station could be turned into a live music venue if its elusive owner Alex Langsam agrees.

  • Clean sweep

    North west supplement 2006

    CTP and DevSecs are branching out into Lancaster with the redevelopment of a contaminated waterfront.

  • Early risers

    North west supplement 2006

    A new venture by two former English Partnerships executives aims to give the private sector a head-start in regeneration projects.

  • Full facelift

    North west supplement 2006

    English Partnerships has opened a treasure trove for developers as it seeks to breathe new life into six rundown hospital sites in the region.

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  • Pulling out all the shops

    North west supplement 2006

    Investors are vying for position in a seller's paradise. Heather Greig-Smith reports

  • Scaling the heights

    North west supplement 2006

    Liverpool City Council's new leader, Warren Bradley, may be on the verge of a breakthrough in his battle to support taller buildings.

  • Speaking english

    North west supplement 2006

    One of the leading candidates to take over as chief executive of English Partnerships, Paul Spooner still has plenty of work to do for the agency in the north-west. Photograph by John Boyce

  • Volume control

    North west supplement 2006

    Manchester airport is due to reveal its new expansion strategy any day.


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