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Turner & Townsend relocates into centre

The programme management and construction consultancy has relocated its Manchester office from Salford Quays to larger premises in the city centre.

The firm has agreed a lease on 7,000 sq ft on the sixth floor at 55 Spring Gardens, owned by clients of CBRE Global Investors.

T&T said it has seen double digit growth in the turnover of the office, now in excess of £20m, and employing more than 200 full-time staff.

55 Spring Gardens has undergone a major refurbishment designed and delivered by CBRE, Fletcher Rae, Space Invader and ADT Workplace. Other occupiers include Brook Street, Take 5 and Linder Myers.

The retained letting agents are CBRE and OBI Property. CBRE advised CBRE Global Investors. OBI Property advised Turner & Townsend.

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I always forget about Salford Quays. Its like it doesn’t really exist. Welcome back to the real world boys

By James

Au Contraire, Rodney

By Del Boy

When did you last go its changed a lot?

By R Bolton

I last went in 1963. Are the docks still there?

By James

A lot or people work at Salford Quays actually, there are a lot of companies based there.

By Shakeel

What? The Docks have gone! Wow. things certainly move fast around here.

By James

What? Where do all the jobs come from then?! You’ll be telling me Manchester’s mills have gone next

By James