Buoyed by the approval of Salboy’s 17-storey Glassworks nearby, Interland Holdings has moved to progress plans for a 19-storey scheme at the Manchester transport interchange.
Elizabeth School of London has signed a 10-year lease for more than half of the six-storey office building overlooking Piccadilly Gardens.
The Manchester-based environmental consultancy has promoted Matt Taylor and Gemma King to director.
Plans to redevelop a site on the banks of the Ashton Canal in Openshaw into a mix of houses and apartments have been lodged with the city council.
The developer, owned by Renaker founder Daren Whitaker, is planning to build 272 homes on the 13-acre Olympic Freight depot on Bennett Street in West Gorton.
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With 361 apartments consented, owner MRP’s advisory team has asked to begin strip-out works after a historic building survey was undertaken.
The consultancy giant has appointed Stephen Lashmar as a director in its Manchester real estate team.
Construction on the 488-home build-to-rent project is set to begin this month, with a projected completion date of spring 2025.
Around 250 property professionals flocked to Escape to Freight Island on 5 August for Place North West‘s annual event, where they enjoyed the perfect summer trifecta: good weather, good drink and good company.
The fund has released its results to March 2022, a period in which it made a £2.2m profit.
Sharon Gill, Laura Telford and Dan Sidlow have all become directors at the multi-disciplinary consultancy.
“We cannot continue to repeat the mistakes of the past – failing to invest in central Manchester’s rail links has led to rail chaos across the North time and again,” said Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester.
Peter Jackson has joined the project management consultancy after five years as a director at Turner & Townsend.
The skyscraper developer noted a 12% decrease in turnover in its financial report for the year ending 31 October.
Set to open in early September, the Manchester site is the fourth location in the city for the flexible workspace provider.
The property group has reported a 2% increase in pre-tax profit in the six months to 30 June, as group revenue climbed 9% to £1.7bn.
Kayleigh Owen has been promoted to lead the consultancy’s cost and commercial management team.
The engineering consultancy has signed a 10-year lease for an office on the fifth floor of Four Hardman Street.
Cheyne Capital’s contractor has reached the highest point of construction on the £32m Manchester apartment scheme, where 35% of homes will be reserved for key workers.
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