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Bruntwood makes senior hire from Regus

Phil Kemp, managing director of formats at Regus, the international serviced office operator, joins the Manchester-headquartered family-owned commercial developer as chief commercial officer to “support the company’s ambitious growth plans in the coming years.”

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CIS Tower up for sale

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Neil Tague

Manchester’s iconic CIS Tower is up for sale, with Colliers International and JLL instructed to run the sale process, Place North West understands. The marketing of the building has been run in a restricted manner, with just a handful of potential buyers being invited in.

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Alpha completes at Airport City

The 130,000 sq ft logistics facility is the first on the site to be built by Beijing Construction Engineering Group, a joint venture partner in Airport City alongside Manchester Airports Group, Carillion and Greater Manchester Pension Fund.

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Consultation opens on Halsnead garden village

Following the naming of Halsnead as one of 14 new garden villages to be created across England, Knowsley Council has opened the public consultation on its draft masterplan.

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Manchester MIPIM delegation tops 100 mark

The Manchester at MIPIM Partnership has announced that more than 100 organisations will be representing the city in Cannes this March, the largest backing in the partnership’s 18-year history.

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Cheshire & Warrington LEP seeks new board members

The body responsible for establishing the strategic direction of the Cheshire and Warrington economy and championing its cause with government is looking to appoint a new chairman and board members.

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Burnley office sold for apartments

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Paul Unger

Agent Nolan Redshaw has completed the sale of 31,000 sq ft Ashworth House in the town centre on behalf of property company Telereal Trillium to developer Mandale Group.

ONS: North West beats rest for GVA growth

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Paul Unger

The North West was the best performing region of the UK measured by the increase in gross value added per head in 2015, with Cheshire and Warrington performing particularly strongly, according to figures released over Christmas by the Office for National Statistics.