Elliot Group Seel Street Hotel

Elliot opens first Liverpool hotel

Liverpool developer Elliot Group has opened the first of two hotels it has planned for the city, with the £20m Seel Street Hotel, managed by Epic Hospitality Group, welcoming its first guests this week.

Lidl Golborne

Lidl goes large in Golborne

The supermarket group is to build a new 20,800 sq ft store in the Wigan suburb, allowing it to relocate from its existing unit, after a land deal agreed with a private client of Nolan Redshaw. 

Derwent Estates Retail Parks August 2018

Nando’s secured at White City

Chicken chain Nando’s has signed for the former Pizza Hut unit at White City Retail Park, close to Old Trafford.

Clas Ohlson Liverpool

Clas Ohlson pulls out of high street

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Swedish retailer Clas Ohlson has announced it will be closing most of its UK stores, which includes shops in Manchester Arndale and Liverpool's Clayton Square.

Altrincham New Aldi December 2018

Aldi expands in Altrincham

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Aldi is set to relocate to a larger store opposite Altrincham Retail Park on a site formerly home to B&Q in a move which will vacate its existing store on the junction of Davenport Lane and George Richards Way.

Kma Hindle WREXHAM RETAIL

Resi plans lodged in Wrexham

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Hindle Property Investments has put forward a proposal for 13 apartments with two ground floor retail units in The Markets area of Wrexham town centre, in a scheme designed by Studio KMA.

Aldi Chester

Deal clears way for Aldi’s Chester expansion

Chester-based District Estates has let a former G4S cash handling facility on Bumpers Lane to Aldi in a deal that will enable the expansion of the retailer’s adjacent store.

Westmorland Shopping Centre

Clarks takes 7,000 sq ft in Kendal

Asset manager Praxis has secured shoe retailer Clarks at the former Argos unit in Kendal’s Westmorland Shopping Centre, with the store due to open in January 2019.

Crewe MSCP Station Issued B 12

Crewe car park wins through, Aldi refused

Cheshire East Council’s strategic planning board has granted planning permission for a six-storey car park behind the Royal Hotel, close to Crewe station, while the supermarket's plans at University Way have been rejected.