Manchester Property News

Tristan Capital Partners Joint Venture with Ask Real Estate and the Richardson Family

Tristan Capital Partners Joint Venture with Ask Real Estate and the Richardson Family

BAM Construction, which offers effective construction services across the UK since 1874, has been authorized and appointed as a primary contractor to supply 100 Embankment, second and last phase of the embankment plan in Salford’s Greengate neighborhood. It has been announced last week that Tristan Capital Partners in association with joint venture partners Ask Real […]

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Shop Direct to Create 500 New Jobs in Leicestershire While 2000 Jobs are Lost in Manchester

Shop Direct, a Liverpool based multi-brand online retailer, plans to open a new distribution centre in Leicestershire, creating 500 new jobs to boost the region’s economy. The news comes as the firm announces its plans to also close its three Manchester sites. Established in 2015 as a merger of Littlewoods and Shop Direct Grou, Shop […]

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Kayley Industrial Estate in Ashton-Under-Lyne Sold for £6.3 Million

It has been announced that Kayley Industrial Estate in Ashton-under-Lyne, Manchester, previously owned by Cording Real Estate Group, has been sold to AEW UK Core Property Fund for £6.3 million. The 230,000 sq ft estate consists of 36 industrial and warehouse units on a nine-acre site by Richmond Street. With a total of 18 tenants […]

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New Retail and Leisure Pop-up Space Due to Launch in Manchester City Centre

A new site that will consist of a number of pop-up bars and restaurants will launch in Manchester city centre at the end of 2017. The units will be located under the Mancunian Way next to Manchester Technology Centre on Oxford Road. The new development will be named Hatch and plans to offer a range […]

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Byron Burger to Close Its Multiple Restaurants Across the UK

Byron Burger, the London based burger chain, plans to close four of its restaurants throughout the UK. The news comes only a few days after the appointment of the new Chief Executive, Simon Cope. The chain was established in 2007 and has over 60 branches spread across the UK, with the majority of them being […]

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Northern Powerhouse Areas Expect Economic Growth

Economic growth for cities composing the Northern Powerhouse has already started as the regin is prepared for years of maintained investment as part of national plans. The officials of the region experienced economic growth in 2012-14 and are now expecting new developments since the global economic crisis. Manchester experienced high degrees of institutional investment into […]

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Manchester prime location for commercial property

Manchester has seen office transactions rise by 8% during H1 of this year, in comparison to the same period in 2015. Manchester is the third largest city, emerging as a key location for commercial property investment. This is as Manchester’s office transactions totalled over £300m during H1, which is also around 3% higher than five […]

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Manchester Considered by Investors a Great Place to Set up Business

Investors believe that Manchester has the potential to provide strong growth in the short, medium and long term. The place is also seen to climb three places on an investment wishlist in Europe. These rankings developed by the LaSalle Investment Management’s European Regional Growth Index had Paris and London topping the list. However, investors are […]

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Manchester Victoria Station Reopened after Transformation is completed

Manchester Victoria Station has officially reopened Tuesday after its modification was completed. The newly modified station is expected to offer better trips and assistance in building the Northern Powerhouse. Patrick McLoughlin, Transport Secretary, conducted the opening ceremony beside Soldier’s Gate, showing a plaque that declared the station officially open. The redevelopment of the station was […]

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2014 ‘stand out year’ for Bruntwood

2014 ‘stand out year’ for Bruntwood Bruntwood, a property giant of Manchester, experienced a pre-tax profits surge by over 50% during the last year. The family-owned firm, which is also the majority owner of Manchester Science Partnerships, described 2014 as a ‘stand out year.’ Bruntwood in 2014 Via MSP, the business purchased the former AstraZeneca […]

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