Sellafield goes to market for construction partners

Sellafield, the organisation responsible for decommissioning the former Windscale and Calder Hall nuclear sites in Cumbria, is to hold a bidders day on 28 April as it seeks to appoint four construction partners to deliver key projects over the next 20 years.

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Watch This Space starts work on Billy’s

Property development and regeneration company, Watch This Space, has started on the conversion of the former grade two-listed Duke William pub in Staveley into a co-working development for creatives, known as Billy’s Space.

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Chancerygate starts to release Carlisle plots

Industrial developer Chancerygate has brought two sites to market on behalf of Carlisle City Council, the first under its asset management agreement with the local authority which began late last year.

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Britain’s Energy Coast adds to senior team

Britain’s Energy Coast in west Cumbria has appointed two new members of its leadership team, head of property and development Rob Miller, and head of estates Bill Graham.

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LSH makes senior promotions

Lambert Smith Hampton has restructured its leadership team in the North West, promoting Gayle Taylor and Stephen Proudley to newly-created positions which means they will share responsibility for running the three offices in the region.

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How to maximise development and construction opportunities arising from energy projects across the North will be the focus of this sector briefing in Cumbria, organised by Place North West in association with Curtins and Furness Economic Development Forum.

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Pugh’s February catalogue published  

A tenanted 14,500 sq ft Victorian office building in city centre Manchester, a Lancashire hotel with planning consent for new homes and a Cumbrian care home are among over 150 lots up for sale in Pugh’s next Manchester property auction, which is expected to generate in excess of £15m.