Techonic

Tesco takes back 300,000 sq ft in Middleton

Dan Whelan

The supermarket giant, which vacated Tritax Symmetry's Tectonic warehouse at Stakehill Industrial Estate in 2010, has now reoccupied the chilled and cold storage distribution unit in order to cope with extra demand caused by the coronavirus.

Industrial Units Aew Speke Business Park Triumph March 2020

Triumph Business Park expansion revealed

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Chloé Vaughan

Infrared Capital Partners has proposed a 147,000 sq ft industrial development at Triumph Business Park in Speke, which if approved would bring the total business park to almost 1m sq ft.

New Ferry Regen

New Ferry regeneration gets moving

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Dan Whelan

Long-awaited plans to regenerate an area destroyed by a gas explosion in New Ferry in 2017 have taken a step forward as the council continues its search for a development partner.

C&C Colourful Buildings

THING OF THE WEEK

Blue buildings, daubed doors, pretty plaques, skeletal sculptures and a new take on a pub quiz.

Manchester City Council Delegated Powers Joanne Roney Nasrin Ali And Basil Curley March 2020

Trio take over Manchester planning decisions

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Chloé Vaughan and Jessica Middleton-Pugh

The power to decide on major Manchester planning applications has now been delegated to council chief executive Joanne Roney, alongside chair of the planning committee Cllr Basil Curley and deputy chair Cllr Nasrin Ali.

Rishi Sunak At His Desk

Self-employed support ‘not perfect, but bold’

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Dan Whelan

The Government has announced a much-anticipated income support scheme for the self-employed to give similar protection to other workers during the coronavirus pandemic, a move which has led to calls for further closures of construction sites.

Oaklands Homes

Redrow secures consent for next phase at Ledsham

Chloé Vaughan

The housebuilder’s application for 272 homes in its next phase of work at Ledsham Garden Village in Little Sutton has been given the go-ahead by Cheshire West & Chester Council.

Orient One

Hurstwood offers vacant buildings to NHS

Dan Whelan

As the NHS leads the fight against coronavirus, the North West property community is attempting to lend a helping hand with one Manchester-based firm offering 35,000 sq ft across three vacant buildings for the health service to occupy.