The outcome of the general election is likely to spur investment in the North West property market, as greater political certainty supports dealmaking even as the Brexit turmoil continues, according to property leaders in the region.
The company’s £180m energy-from-waste scheme on Deeside Industrial Estate in Flintshire is still on schedule for completion before the end of the year, despite the contractor falling into administration this week.
A proposed £38m link road on Warrington's Green Belt, which would connect a potential 270-acre business park on the site of former Parkside Colliery in Newton-Le-Willows, has sparked debate within local councils.
The project built on the banks of the River Irwell demonstrates the resilience of the terraced-housing vernacular as well as the North West's ability to handle the large-scale masterplanning of former industrial sites, writes Jon Wright of Purcell.
Wilmott Dixon has completed the steel framework for extension of the Tithebarn Building, set to be home to the School of Nursing & Healthcare at Liverpool John Moores University, and said the project remains on schedule for its summer 2020 completion.