For many years, lawyers have wrestled with how to fit out their new offices and have asked for designs that engender a new way of working in environments that are more inspiring than the familiar corporate layout, writes Leigh Dimelow. [GALLERY]
Concluding the week-long series assessing progress of Enterprise Zones across the region, Neil Tague looks at Lancashire, which is taking a three-pronged approach to its Enterprise Zones, aerospace the first part to get moving.
Capital & Centric has commissioned a 21m-tall mural on the side of its Tempest office building in Liverpool, which the developer said is one of the biggest pieces of street art in the North of England.
Pharmaceutical company Sanofi’s redevelopment plans for its site in Holmes Chapel have been approved by Cheshire East Council, which will see extensions built on several of its buildings to allow for an increase in staff numbers.
Where Daresbury looks to build on a science story that started more than a decade ago, and Liverpool and Wirral look to reinvent docksides, Greater Manchester has focused on its global airport. Neil Tague writes.
The expansion of Manchester’s Radisson Blu Edwardian hotel into the Theatre Royal building next door remains an aspiration for the parent company despite the expected start on site this year not materialising.