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Burnham launches oneGM campaign

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Neil Tague

Property figures are at the forefront of a new campaign looking to support for people and businesses affected by tightened Covid regulations, and to develop a “roadmap out of restrictions”.

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Final schemes at New Islington kick off

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Sarah Townsend

Housebuilder Urban Splash has started work at the last remaining sites of its Manchester neighbourhood, including 18 homes at Stubbs Mews, 34 homes at New Islington Marina, and a public park.

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COMMENT | Evolving offices: what creates the right space?

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We’ve seen an unprecedented shift in working habits over the past six months, which has left many reviewing what office space means to them. So, after a period of reflection, what are the key things we know we need to deliver? writes Bradley Topps of Bruntwood SciTech.

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Plans in for £10.7m Harris revamp

Neil Tague

The overhaul of Preston’s grade one-listed museum, gallery and library has progressed, with the submission of a planning application for the project.

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Development terms agreed for Co-op Live

Neil Tague

Venue operator Oak View Group has completed its planning agreement with Manchester City Council, allowing a start on site for the £350m arena at the Etihad campus.

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Panacea lets at Knight’s Court

Sarah Townsend

The asset manager has agreed to lease a 6,500 sq ft office at the Chester business park to property consultancy the Solomon Group.

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HMS hires maintenance director

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Sarah Townsend

The company, part of housebuilder and construction firm Torus Group, has appointed Alison Brown as maintenance director, responsible for leading repair projects across the group’s social housing portfolio.

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GALLERY | Replacement Pooley Bridge completes

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Sarah Townsend

The £5m bridge to replace the 250-year old stone crossing that washed away during Storm Desmond in 2015 has opened to the public, finally reconnecting the local community to the surrounding area.

Liverpool resi sales strong amid volatility

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Neil Tague

A dip in overseas students, doubts around cladding and “carnage” around short-term lets have all been prominent characteristics of an unpredictable central market, agent City Residential has said.