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KPMG considering new Leeds HQ

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Accountancy firm KPMG is considering constructing a new office in Leeds on a site that has seen various schemes come and go in recent years. Having agreed a 9 month exclusivity period with Leeds City Council, KPMG are now exploring … Continue reading

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Bishops Square office complex sold

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A large office complex in central London has been sold in a multi-million pound deal announced to the stock market yesterday. The Bishops Square offices building has been sold by Bishops Square Holdings Limited, a 25:75 joint venture between Hammerson … Continue reading

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Offices part of Open House London

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Open House London 2010 is taking place on Saturday 18th – Sunday 19th September giving members of the public free access to a number of London buildings. The free architectural showcase aims to allow the public to see inside a … Continue reading

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Registration opens for charity race up London’s Gherkin

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Runners will get the chance to take part in a race with a difference next year – to the top of the Gherkin. The charity race, organised to raise funds for the NSPCC, will see runners climb the 1,037 stairs … Continue reading

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Halliwells’ Manchester office on market

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The administration of the collapsed commercial law firm Halliwells continues with their former Manchester offices coming to market. The prestigious office building 3 Hardman Square, Spinningfields, Manchester is available to let with immediate occupation from 26th September, 2010. Spinningfields is … Continue reading

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Minerva wins latest battle with Kirsh

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Minerva, the London offices developer, has successfully defended itself from a complete change in management proposed by activist investor Nathan Kirsh. At an extraordinary general meeting yesterday, all six of the resolutions proposed by Kirsh’s investment company KiFin were rejected … Continue reading

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