By James Dickenson, Dunlop Heywood, James Dickenson, Dunlop Heywood14 May 1999
For as long as most can remember, north Manchester has been all but discounted as an office location by many footloose occupiers. It stands as a poor relation when compared with the southern suburbs and the western side of Manchester.
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