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Cineworld confirmed as anchor for Muse’s £100m Warrington regen


The newly-appointed leasing agents for Warrington’s Time Square’s £100m leisure-led mixed-use development, Metis Real Estate, have confirmed Cineworld as the anchor tenant for Warrington & Co and Muse Development’s scheme.

Sedgemoor District Council town centre regeneration plans Credit - Mountford Pigott

Green light for regeneration of Bridgwater town centre


Sedgemoor District Council has been given the go-ahead for its huge town centre regeneration leisure scheme in Bridgwater, Somerset.

Howard de Walden Estate 42 Portland Place

Smart move sees Howard de Walden secure Christie's Education for 42 Portland Place


The Howard de Walden Estate has let the entirety of its Grade II listed 42 Portland Place to Christie’s Education for a new arts, law and business facility.

The Whey Aye will complement the Tyneside landscape (original photography by Graeme Peacock)

Plans unveiled for Europe's tallest observation wheel in Newcastle


Developers the World Wheel Company have outlined plans to build Europe’s tallest observation wheel on Newcastle Quayside as part of a £100m project.

Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre

Quintain secures 13,000 sq ft auditorium for Wembley Park


Wembley Park developer Quintain has teamed up with Troubadour Theatres to create a new 13,000 sq ft theatre venue being built on the site of the former Fountain Studios.

Gingerman Lanes

Redevco secures Gingerman as first tenant in new Brighton Lane


Retail real estate investment manager Redevco has signed Brighton and Hove’s Gingerman Restaurant Group to open a new restaurant in its refurbished Hanningtons Estate.

Hawthorn Hare and Hounds

NewRiver confirms talks to buy £100m Hawthorn Leisure


NewRiver REIT has confirmed it is in talks to acquire Hawthorn Leisure, the privately owned pub landlord.

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