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Office plans for former Newcastle bar

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Developers have submitted plans for an office development on the site of a former bar in the Quayside area of Newcastle. Owners of the former Stereo Bar, Tokyo Industries, want to demolish the existing building and replace with it a … Continue reading

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New tenants for Phoenix Brewery scheme

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Developers of an old London brewery and former offices of a music publishing company have secured new tenants following a renovation project. The Phoenix Brewery (pictured – website) is a multi-let, Grade A office scheme located on Bramley Road within the … Continue reading

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First letting for Macclesfield office scheme

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A first letting has been secured for a speculative office redevelopment in Macclesfield, Cheshire. Commercial property developers Quorum Property have let the 1,734 sq ft fourth floor of their Macclesfield Exchange building (pictured) in the centre of the town. Claims … Continue reading

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Derwent London gets Turnmill scheme go-ahead

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A London-based commercial property company has received planning permission for a new office scheme on the site of an historic building in Farringdon. Derwent London (Derwent) has secured planning consent for a new office development on the site of the … Continue reading

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ScottishPower letting lights up Lanarkshire offices market

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Owners of a business park in Lanarkshire have secured one of the largest out-of-town office lettings of recent years. Bellshill-based HFD Group have secured an 80,000 sq ft letting with ScottishPower at their Hamilton International Park (HIP – pictured). The energy … Continue reading

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Harborough Innovation Centre takes off

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A newly-opened innovation centre at a former airfield in Leicestershire has welcomed its first tenants. The Harborough Innovation Centre (pictured) is a new £4.2m development located at the Airfield Business Park, Market Harborough. Part funded by the East Midlands Development Agency and Harborough … Continue reading

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Glasgow’s Copenhagen Building to be completed

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A stalled office development in the heart of Glasgow looks set to be completed by the end of the year as contractors move back on site. Construction work at the speculative Copenhagen Building (pictured) was put on hold last year when … Continue reading

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Progress for proposed Chester Business Quarter

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Plans for a new Business Quarter in Chester have progressed with the acquisition of a prime development site. Manchester-based Muse Developments has announced the purchase of a 3.5-acre site from Lloyds Banking Group. The purchase price has not been disclosed. … Continue reading

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Major tenant for Maxim office park

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A significant tenant has been secured for the Maxim Office Park near Coatbridge, Lanarkshire. The future of the financially troubled Maxim Park (pictured) looks somewhat brighter following the substantial letting of the entire Maxim 6 building. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) … Continue reading

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Cheltenham offices scheme gets the go-ahead

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Plans for a controversial, multi-million pound office scheme in Cheltenham have been given the go-ahead at a recent council meeting. Consent has been given (planning application) for the mixed-use Honeybourne Place (pictured) scheme in Jessop Avenue despite the proposed building being … Continue reading

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