Harworth more than doubles size of Manchester office
The developer’s move to a 7,000 sq ft base at Trinity will support plans to grow the 10-person North West team, which is led by regional director Andrew Pexton.
Harworth had previously occupied 2,600 sq ft at Phoenix House off Cross Street in Manchester City Centre. In moving to the sixth floor of Trinity, the regeneration company has travelled less than a two-minute walk away from its old home and more than doubled its space.
Trinity, which is located on John Dalton Street, is owned by Mayfair Capital. Aside from Harworth, other tenants include AEW Architects, Watermans, Kennedys Solicitors, and British Engineering Services.
Harworth started its North West division in 2018. Since then, the company’s regional portfolio has grown to the point that its holdings can support the delivery 10.3m sq ft of industrial projects and 7,500 homes.
“Our North West team [is] the driving force behind some of Harworth’s most exciting projects, working with stakeholders to support new homes, jobs, and investment across Greater Manchester, Merseyside, and beyond,” said Harworth chief executive Lynda Shillaw.
Harworth is currently on site building 900 homes in St Helens and 1.1m sq ft of warehouses in Bolton. Bolton Council also voted last week to grant planning permission for Harworth’s scheme to build 142 homes off Stopes Road.