The 500,000 sq ft Manchester office project was approved in 2020 and the developer is now seeking to tweak plans for the five-building cluster to make the scheme more “adaptable and commercially robust”.
A project that will see the demolition and rebuild of Hill Dickinson’s 34,000 sq ft Manchester office has been tipped for approval by the city council’s planning team.
A company headed up by former Crystal Palace and Birmingham defender Scott Dann has acquired Northstar on Oldham Street, which is being readied for the arrival of internet and full-fibre service provider Telcom Group.
The real estate investment trust has sold Trinity on John Dalton Street to clients of Mayfair Capital.
Almost 600 apartments and a controversial 261-bedroom student development in Hulme are in line for permission when Manchester City Council’s planning committee meets next Tuesday.
The developer has acquired a 2.8-acre chunk of LTE Group’s Manchester College site off Welcomb Street for an undisclosed sum.
Located on Rodney Street in Ancoats, the 128-home scheme will include a 30% provision of homes available at the Manchester Living Rent.
New Ireland Assurance has offloaded the 104,000 sq ft 58 Mosley Street.
The Greater Manchester Combined Authority is to meet next week to approve a loan to support Bruntwood SciTech’s 125,000 sq ft Manchester laboratory project.
Lee Fraine has been recruited from Hoare Lea to head the new division, which will provide clients with mechanical, electrical and public health design, asset engineering, and sustainable engineering services.
The housing association plans to redevelop the 47-acre former Jacksons Brickworks in Newton Heath in two phases.
Mulbury won consent for a 237-apartment scheme on the Rochdale Road plot earlier this year but it will be McGoff bringing the project forward.
The developer claims Ev0, an 82,000 sq ft timber-framed building at Didsbury Technology Park, will be one of the most sustainable workspaces in the UK.
Rebecca Caines has joined the planning and development consultancy from developer Knight Dragon.
A 28-storey tower in the Deansgate area of the city has been given the green light by the planning inspectorate following an appeal.
A hearing will be held on 22 June to determine whether the developer’s 425-bed scheme in Fallowfield can go ahead.
“It’s up to government to ensure their rhetoric is turned into reality,” said Manchester City Council leader Bev Craig at UKREiiF, which also saw discussions and debates on public-private partnerships.
Manchester City Council has approved plans to part-demolish a retail park for the 13,500 sq ft store.
Manchester City Council handed down a decision notice for the £741m Trinity Islands on Friday, paving the way for work to start on the four-tower neighbourhood.
Designed by Hodder + Partners, the 75-apartment Blackbird Yard would be constructed on part of the Tesco car park in Parrs Wood.
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