Colliers relocates to Exchange Flags

Real estate advisors Colliers International has moved its Liverpool office to Exchange Flags following a number of new client wins.

The six-strong team has moved from India Buildings, which is due to be taken over by HMRC and other Government departments by 2019, to a 1,150 sq ft space on the eighth floor of Exchange Flags in Liverpool city centre.

Colliers is working with a number of clients in the city, including Kier Property and CTP on its £200m redevelopment of Pall Mall Exchange.

It is also advising the council on its 100-acre Festival Gardens site, and on the £150m Cains Brewery redevelopment.

Colliers director Andy Delaney said: “We opened our Liverpool office in India Buildings in January 2015 to establish a physical presence for Colliers in the three Northern Powerhouse capitals of Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool.

“We’ve expanded our team and outgrown that office following a substantial increase in our workload and look forward to strengthening our relationships with Liverpool’s most influential stakeholders from our new home at Exchange Flags.”

Shelborne, which owns Exchange Flags, agreed the sale of India Buildings to L&G for £125m earlier this year.

Worthington Owen provides leasing advice to Shelborn on India Buildings as letting agent, and also acts as letting agent for Exchange Flags.

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