Trafford Council has chosen Novo and CPUK as development partners to deliver a £6m regeneration of the Brown Street car park in Hale, Altrincham, which will feature 22 new homes and a multi-storey car park.
So, you’re in a funky, artfully-lit office, with beer and Prosecco on tap, sofa areas for meeting rooms and Instagram-ready wall murals, writes David Laws, partner at Matthews & Goodman. Why would you want to move?
A scheme designed by Studio RBA for loft apartments at Bridgewater Street in the Baltic district has been approved at Liverpool's July planning committee, along with an 11-storey co-living block opposite the India Buildings.
Epic Hospitality Group has been appointed under a management contract to run Elliot Group's two hotels, following the breakdown of talks between the developer and its original partner PVA Hospitality, operator of Southport’s Vincent hotel.
Buildings of up to 17 storeys in height housing 347,000 sq ft of offices alongside a hotel will form part of the latest expansion of Manchester's First Street, brought forward by developers Ask, Richardson, and Patrizia.
Wirral chief executive Eric Robinson has called for the “transformation” of Birkenhead into a “younger, more vibrant” town, rather than a competitor to Liverpool, as part of the authority’s 15-year Local Plan.
Public-private partnerships will continue to flourish, but challenges around procurement, choosing the right partner, and developing the right sites still remain, according to a panel of experts from both the public and private sectors, speaking at Place North West’s Meet the Authorities event.
Construction is under way on seven major build-to-rent developments which will deliver over 1,900 apartments, bringing the total pipeline of BtR units to just under 3,300 at various stages across Merseyside, writes Ian Taylor of RSM.