Mileway is a last-mile logistics company with 25 sites in the North West, including at Wingates Industrial Estate in Bolton, Walker Industrial Estate in Blackburn and Glacier Buildings in Liverpool.
Manchester city centre’s for-sale apartment market could be at a crossroads, thanks, in part, to the cladding crisis. Plus: gap funding is back.
Leaders from across the North displayed renewed vigour and optimism for levelling up yesterday, but key questions on how it will be delivered remain.
Greater Manchester Combined Authority is set to give more than £11.3m to eight different projects in the region, including Weir Mill in Stockport and Jackson’s Brickworks in Newton Heath.
The secretary of state reiterated his promise to give more powers to local leaders in a bid to speed up the government’s sluggish levelling up agenda, providing a fillip to local leaders assembled in Liverpool.
The Department for Culture Media & Sport has taken around 12,000 sq ft at Bruntwood Works’ Marble Street office.
The joint venture partners have secured two deals at the Winsford industrial complex, signing up Gemco and City Plumbing Supplies.
The firm’s managing director will not contest a winding-up petition lodged against YPG Developments, the fourth group vehicle to collapse since 2020, but insists there will be “no more casualties”.
Maslow Capital will provide £18.6m to fund the conversion of two office buildings into a 127-apartment build-to-rent scheme.
The housebuilder has acquired the Congleton-based strategic land promoter to improve its access to development sites.
As part of the partnership, Bricks Group has sold £400m of assets, including two student accommodation schemes in Salford, to the joint venture.
The rapidly growing multidisciplinary practice has acquired Manchester-based consultancy SCP, taking the number of businesses it owns to 120.
Manchester saw a 31% rise in the amount of office space signed for last year, up from 800,000 sq ft in 2020 but down on the 1.45m sq ft recorded in 2019.
Secretary of state Michael Gove told the House of Commons that his department is in negotiations with the Welsh government regarding creating a freeport.
Pension Insurance Corporation will fund the creation of Wirral Waters One, a 500-home build-to-rent scheme that forms part of Peel L&P and the local council’s £4.5bn regeneration project.
Belgian tail lift manufacturer Dhollandia has acquired Wire 81 for around £7m and will use the facility as its UK assembly plant.
Begbies Traynor has been appointed as administrator over Beaumont Morgan Developments, the construction arm of Fortis Group.
The county council will invest £3.2m into the Kirkham Futures programme after Fylde Council failed to receive its full request from the government’s Future High Streets Fund.
Retailers in Manchester city centre lost out on the equivalent of 41 weeks’ worth of sales compared to before the pandemic, while Liverpool missed out on 26 weeks of revenue, according to research by Centre for Cities.
The investment business has disposed of the fully let Eccles retail park to M7 Real Estate.
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