Richard Ainscough has completed the outright purchase of Network Space Holdings and its subsidiaries by acquiring the share interests held by other members of the Ainscough family, meaning the business is now a wholly owned subsidiary of his Datum Edge company.
Central Manchester’s office market is firmly on course for a fifth consecutive 1m sq ft-plus year, with first quarter take-up more than doubling 2017's first quarter total at 442,000 sq ft, according to the Manchester Office Agents Forum.
The pan-European investor, which manages Birchwood Park, is to be the lead sponsor for Cheshire and Warrington at MIPIM 2018, heading a list of 31 organisations including Bruntwood, Peel and Grosvenor.
Warrington Council’s executive board will next week be asked to give the go-ahead to Omega Local Highways Phase 3, a series of improvements to the road network around the Omega site, now firmly established as a logistics hotspot and moving into a phase of residential development.
The technical consulting and engineering business, which specialises in the nuclear industry, has completed a deal that will take its occupancy at the 47,500 sq ft 305 Bridgewater Place to more than 7,000 sq ft.
Following a trio of lettings to tech companies at The Base on Dallam Lane, the managing director of public-private regeneration body Warrington & Co has claimed that the town is well-placed to develop a strong tech cluster.