A second industrial company has signed up to Wilson Bowden Developments’ £350m Kingsway Business Park in Rochdale.
Ask Developments is one step closer to gaining complete access to its Urmston town centre site after Farmfoods agreed to vacate its store.
QVC has shortlisted six sites across Manchester and Merseyside for a new headquarters of up to 230,000 sq ft.
Leisure industry specialist David Burns has been named as chief executive of Manchester’s new £31m ski and leisure venue Chill Factore.
J Sainsbury’s has been chosen by Stockport council to develop a mixed-use scheme on the Knightsbridge site in Great Portwood Street.
Mountheath Industrial Estate in Prestwich, Manchester, has been sold by Townson Estates to private investors at a net initial yield of 2.3%.
Norwich Property Services has taken 5,471 sq ft at Waterside House in Wigan at £13.50/sq ft on a ten-year lease.
Property Alliance Group is to appeal after its application for a £40m scheme aimed at revitalising Radcliffe in Bury was rejected.
Spotland Developments has been granted planning consent for a mixed-use development on four acres of former industrial land in Rochdale.
A Compulsory Purchase Order to clear the way for work to begin on the transformation of Urmston shopping centre in Greater Manchester has been approved.
Wilson Bowden Developments has exchanged contracts with the first industrial tenant at its £350m Kingsway Business Park in Rochdale.
Bury council has become the third authority to withdraw its support for Greater Manchester’s congestion charge proposals.
Plans for an £80m new stadium for Oldham Athletic FC and the regeneration of the Boundary Park area have been approved by Oldham council.
Prestwich masonry firm Stone Central has been awarded a contract to move and restore three statues from their current position in front of the Three Graces.
Ask Life has submitted plans for the second phase of its Liberty residential scheme at St Petersfield in Ashton under Lyne, Tameside.
Bury entrepreneur Mark Bedward is building a new 48,000 sq ft headquarters for his telecoms company in the town to accommodate its growing workforce.
Peel Holdings’ Trafford Centre will see a decline in retail spend in the next ten years, according to a report from Experian.
Peel Holdings has appointed Brian Greasley, an experienced manager of internet and mobile phone companies, as the managing director of Media City UK.
The £31m Chill Factore, one of the biggest leisure attractions to hit the North West in recent years, opens its doors on Friday.
The Bank of Scotland has agreed a £360m financial package to fund Peel Holdings’ Media City UK scheme in Salford Quays.
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