A development partner is being sought by urban regeneration company New East Manchester, in order to create a ‘one-stop-shop for the catering industry’ at New Smithfield Market in Openshaw.
John Early, the former executive chairman of Amec’s development and construction business is aiming to create a £1bn development vehicle in two years in a JV with Chelsfield Partners.
Jane Dobie has left her role at Wilson Bowden Developments to return to Knight Frank as partner in charge of industrial agency.
Peel Investments has been granted outline planning permission for a new 26-storey residential tower and adjacent 11-floor building on Salford Quays.
Manchester’s Piccadilly and Victoria railway stations could be linked by a tunnel three decades after the idea was originally mooted.
Ask Developments and Realty Estates have chosen HKR Architects for the first phase of the redevelopment of the Boddingtons Brewery site in Manchester.
Jones Lang LaSalle has appointed Anna Pacini as an associate director in its lease advisory team in Manchester.
Manchester City Council is expected to announce an outsourcing partner for its £5m property services contract later this month.
The future of Manchester’s iconic independent market, Afflecks Palace, appears safe after landlord Bruntwood acquired its tenants’ management company.
Three companies and a manager were fined a total of £217,500 plus £125,000 costs at Manchester Crown Court today for breaching health and safety law.
The Bank of New York Mellon has shortlisted four buildings for a 50,000 sq ft office in central Manchester.
Manchester Airport reported a 10.3% annual growth in cargo with 166,500 tonnes handled in 2007.
A 3D computer model of East Manchester by engineering consultants Arup was commended in last night’s Royal Town Planning Institute Awards 2007.
Cushman & Wakefield has confirmed the appointment of Tony Bray as head of its Manchester office, responsible for the North West region.
Consultant Knight Frank has appointed two former Gerald Eve personnel to head its regional planning team.
Lambert Smith Hampton has announced a number of new appointments including a new head of rating in its Manchester office.
Independent quantity surveyor Walker Sime has announced two promotions to its board as it gears up for "significant expansion" in 2008.
Plans to improve Manchester’s existing tram network were agreed by transport minister Tom Harris today.
Developer-investor Kilmartin will begin a major expansion into the North West when it opens an office on Manchester’s King Street in the coming months.
The current market downturn is due to price adjustments and little to do with an underlying weakening in occupier demand, says Lambert Smith Hampton.
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