FEC Appointments Jan 2021

FEC makes trio of hires

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Sarah Townsend

The developer has appointed Timea Nacsa as assistant development manager, Adam Barbour as completions coordinator and Stephen Clayton as sales manager, as it progresses the £1bn Northern Gateway and other schemes.

Hythe Wirral Waters

Pension funds select firms for £12m framework 

Dan Whelan

The Greater Manchester, Merseyside and West Yorkshire pension funds have appointed 27 companies to provide services across their combined £46bn property portfolio, to enable "a more cost-effective approach".

Andy Oates Pell Frischmann

Pell Frischmann hires regional transport lead

Sarah Townsend

Andy Oates has been appointed as associate director at the civil, structural, highways, traffic and transportation consultancy, as it expands in the region.

Two St Peter's Square

Two St Peter’s Square fully let

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Wealth management firm Cazenove Capital, part of Schroders, has signed to lease 5,000 sq ft as its new regional office, taking the Manchester office building to 100% occupied.

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DWP lined up for 90 Duke Street

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Sarah Townsend

The Department for Work & Pensions is close to finalising a deal to occupy 20,000 sq ft at the Liverpool office block owned by shipping company Atlantic Container Line.

Warrington Campus Chester Uni

Time Square move for Chester Uni

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Sarah Townsend

The university is in talks to relocate its Warrington campus to the £142m town centre mixed-use scheme being delivered by the council and Muse Developments.

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Liverpool ‘makes progress’ tackling troubled sales model

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Neil Tague

The city’s ability to root out problematic developments funded by fractional sales has been bolstered by measures such as a draft code of practice for council officials and a new approvals process for the sale of any council-owned land, according to a report.

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Manchester mulls planning cuts

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Sarah Townsend

Eleven posts could be axed in the city council’s planning and building control department unless additional funding is found, as the local authority reviews budgets amid Covid-19.