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  • Property  /  Commercial Property  /  £18m regeneration vision gets a coffee break THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    has been given the go ahead by city planners They have approved a move to demolish an old electricity sub station on Great Shaw Street and build in its place a modern new retail unit The plans were submitted by Portergate Developments and the new building on the site on the corner of Friargate will become part of the stylish mixed used regeneration project that is fast emerging in the historic part of the city The transformation of for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar

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  • Property  /  Commercial Property  /  Contractor gets £24.4m city centre PRS deal THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    phase of the 24 4m X1 Eastbank development in Manchester city centre named X1 The Plaza The private rented sector PRS scheme will include 201 one two and three bedroom apartments across 10 storeys with construction due to begin in February and completion expected in autumn 2017 All the apartments have been sold off plan The site also includes a gym and 102 car parking spaces Forrest based at Westhoughton near Bolton was also appointed to develop the f for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/news/730555-contractor-gets-24.4m-city-centre-prs-deal.html?news_section=4151 (2016-02-01)
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  • Property  /  Commercial Property THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    to 40m city centre regeneration 28 01 2016 City office market booming 28 01 2016 Construction giant slashes debt 28 01 2016 Land company s property deals see profits soar to 7 8m 28 01 2016 City to get build to rent homes after 600m investment 28 01 2016 Supermarket signs up for 18m sports village 27 01 2016 Scheme tabled for 232 city centre homes 27 01 2016 Property round up Cotton Exchange CBRE Agecroft Commerce Park more 27 01 2016 Contractor wins 3m Welcome Wing build 27 01 2016 Furore over market relocation plan 27 01 2016 Eastern Europe breakthrough for biotech firm 27 01 2016 Rising demand for commercial property 27 01 2016 Thousands of construction jobs in the pipeline 27 01 2016 18m regeneration vision gets a coffee break 27 01 2016 Contractor gets 24 4m city centre PRS deal 27 01 2016 Property consultant top of the league 27 01 2016 Paint firm has cinema restoration licked 27 01 2016 Plans go in for warehouse transformation 27 01 2016 7 5m plan for more city centre apartments 26 01 2016 Council to buy former bus depot to help reshape town 26 01 2016 Regeneration firm

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  • Property  /  Commercial Property  /  Boost your sales potential with property listings on TheBusinessDesk.com THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    target key North West audiences in the competitive commercial property lettings market We are launching a property listings service which will enable agents to have their message read by the wide variety of decision makers who read our daily news bulletins and website Unlike readers of industry specific websites our subscribers come from all corners of the business spectrum and they could be your next customer Our service offers real time instantly for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes take the shine off Entu

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/news/135301-boost-your-sales-potential-with-property-listings-on-thebusinessdesk.com.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Property  /  MAG submits plans for 260,000 sq ft distribution base THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    Stoford for a 260 000 sq ft logistics unit at Airport City in Manchester MAG said Stoford was working on behalf of an international investor to develop an 11 acre plot at Airport City South the world logistics being built on agricultural land at junction 6 of the M56 Airport City is an 800m mixed use scheme that MAG is bringing forward in a joint venture with the Beijing Construction Engineering Group BCEG It will consist of two sections the world logistics for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/news/708015-mag-submits-plans-for-260-000-sq-ft-distribution-base.html?news_section=4150 (2016-02-01)
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  • Property  /  Britannia hits back in fire station fight THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    to implement an existing planning consent for a 227 bed hotel Yesterday the council said it would seek a CPO after failing to receive a satisfactory response from Britannia But Britannia fi for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes take the shine off Entu Fans in bid to buy cash starved football club Countdown is on to 40m city centre regeneration Wa ter stress free way to commute Council reveals plans to upgrade station Have Your Say I think Robert Ferrari makes a fair

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/news/707520-britannia-hits-back-in-fire-station-fight.html?news_section=4150 (2016-02-01)
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  • Property  /  £47.5m deal seals The Hut's Omega move THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    base at Omega in Warrington It is committing 47 5m to the project in the southern half of Omega at junction 8 of the M62 which will be developed by Omega Warrington Limited OWL in the new year The Hut an online retailer was widely expected to commit to Omega and has signed a 15 year lease at a rent of 3 77m a year equating to 5 46 sq ft and has an option to buy the site The Hut based in for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/news/707458-47.5m-deal-seals-the-huts-omega-move.html?news_section=4150 (2016-02-01)
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  • Property  /  Commercial Property  /  The Interview - Anne Fairhurst THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    Reeve TheBusinessDesk com speaks to Anne Fairhurst property partner at law firm Mills Reeve What do you think are the biggest challenges facing the property sector in the North West right now Appropriate commercial space to accommodate fast growing medium sized businesses We need to ensure that property developers are constantly reviewing the needs of this sector and provide a plentiful supply of suitable acc for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes take the shine off Entu Fans in bid to buy cash starved

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/news/674719-the-interview-anne-fairhurst.html (2016-02-01)
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