Lambert Smith Hampton has restructured its leadership team in the North West, promoting Gayle Taylor and Stephen Proudley to newly-created positions which means they will share responsibility for running the three offices in the region.
The construction of a £33m transport interchange in Ashton-under-Lyne is due to receive final sign-off on Friday, as the Greater Manchester Combined Authority is set to approve the release of £31m in Local Growth Deal funding.
Fortis Developments has resubmitted its proposals for 593 apartments at Furness Quay to Salford City Council, after an earlier application’s surprise refusal by the council’s planning committee last month.
Historic England has confirmed its opposition to the two towers proposed by the St Michael’s Partnership for Bootle Street in Manchester city centre, calling the scheme “aggressive” and saying it would cause “substantial harm”.
London-headquartered Inspired Asset Management has made its first venture into the Greater Manchester market, with planning secured for the conversion of Sim Chem House in Cheadle Hulme into a 184-unit residential scheme.