Bruntwood chief executive Chris Oglesby said the business continues to trade well despite Covid-19 headwinds, with a trading update reporting that 92% of March quarter rents have been paid across the group.
Renaker’s 52-storey Crown Street towers next to Deansgate Square, the final phase of Waterside Places’ Islington Wharf, Downing’s 2,240-bed co-living cluster and Vita's Water Street skyscrapers are tipped for approval at Manchester City Council's first virtual meeting of the full planning committee.
Louise Wyman, strategic director of growth and development at Manchester City Council, is embarking on the biggest placemaking rethink the city has seen in years, to include a heavier focus on design, public realm and “spaces between buildings”, and a shake-up of appointed consultants to improve competition.
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