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Oldham to consider flood-proof homes

Dan Whelan

Manchester-based architect Ollier Smurthwaite is seeking approval for five flood-proof homes on land in a flood zone off Ladcastle Road in Oldham.

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LTE Group secures £140m campus funding

Chloé Vaughan

Developer LTE Group has secured finance on behalf of The Manchester College and UCEN Manchester for the redevelopment of the college's Great Ducie Street campus on the former Boddington’s site, and the Openshaw Campus regeneration.

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Upper Central masterplan close to sign-off

Sarah Townsend

A 2.5m sq ft regeneration of the area previously known as the Knowledge Quarter Gateway is expected to be endorsed by Liverpool City Council next week, enabling schemes to start.


MIPIM to go ahead, organisers say

Sarah Townsend

The MIPIM property expo in Cannes will go ahead as planned with heightened public health measures to guard against coronavirus, the event’s organisers said.

Elliot Group The Residence

Elliot pledges funds for ailing schemes

Sarah Townsend

The Liverpool-based developer facing allegations of fraud has pledged to inject the funds necessary to complete three stalled schemes, or risk them falling into administration amid a police probe.

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Pure Homes makes senior hires

The housing arm of North Wales-based Pure Residential & Commercial has added two members to its management team, a head of construction and a commercial manager, as it looks to expand in the North West.

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Greengate 50-storey skyscraper up for approval

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Chloé Vaughan

Renaker’s next stage of work at Greengate, a skyscraper taller than the Beetham Tower, is set to be approved at Salford’s planning committee next week, as well as Salboy's 115-unit Queen Street apartment block.

Bob Kerslake

Kerslake urges Government to ‘go big or go home’

The chair of the UK2070 Commission, Lord Bob Kerslake, has called on the Government to invest an extra £200bn over the next 20 years to support growth outside of London, after the publication of a report today which reveals the extent of the economic gulf between the capital and the rest of the country.