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Coventry’s New £50m Scheme ‘Vital’ to its Regeneration

New £50m Scheme is 'Vital' to Coventry's Regeneration
Posted on 29 February, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Commercial Developments, Economy, Industry News

The new £50 million mixed use scheme in Coventry's city centre has been deemed vital for its regeneration by the city council. Liverpool based construction firm, Downing, are creating 42 apartments, 600 student bedrooms, as well as 12,000 sq ft of... Read More

New Aberdeen Retail and Leisure Expansion Plans Revealed

New Aberdeen Retail and Leisure Expansion Plans Revealed
Posted on 15 February, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Commercial Developments, Economy, Industry News

Hammerson has recently announced that Union Square in Aberdeen has submitted an application for planning permission in principle (PPiP) for a multi-million pound expansion of one of Scotland’s premier shopping destinations. The expansion comprises... Read More

SEA LIFE at The Trafford Centre

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Posted on 19 September, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Commercial Developments

The Trafford Centre in Manchester is one of the largest shopping centres in the country. But soon a bit of retail therapy will not be on the only thing that people will be visiting for.... Read More

EDF A Step Closer for Britain’s First New Nuclear Reactor in 25 Years

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Posted on 16 September, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

With the global oil price rising on an almost continuous basis, it is clear that cash strapped Britain is in need of new sources of energy.... Read More

Savile Row Shops in Uproar Over Abercrombie & Fitch

Savile Row Shops in Uproar Over Abercrombie & Fitch
Posted on 26 August, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

Savile Row in London has long been a name synonymous with fine tailoring, exclusive clientele and hefty price tags.... Read More

Libraries Under Threat in Latest Council Cut Backs

Libraries Under Threat in Latest Council Cut Backs
Posted on 19 August, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Economy

Ministers have been accused of “ignoring a looming iceberg”, after new figures revealed around 160 commercial property libraries have already shut their doors or been given to volunteers.... Read More

Clever Parking Spaces can Sense when you are Coming

Clever Parking Spaces can Sense when you are Coming
Posted on 8 August, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Business News

When you are running late for work, that last you need to be doing is driving around, keeping your eyes peeled for a car parking space that is free.... Read More

Think Tank Urges Investment in Mid-Sized Cities

Posted on 3 July, 2012 by Neil Bird under Industry News

Mid-sized cities and the Government should work together to make their city centres more attractive to businesses a new report suggests.... Read More

Proposed Property Development Puts Liverpool on World Heritage Danger List

Posted on 2 July, 2012 by Neil Bird under Commercial Developments

UNESCO has placed Liverpool on the list of World Heritage sites in danger due to fears that a proposed residential and commercial property development will have a negative impact on the city’s waterfront.... Read More

30 Per Cent Rise in York’s Vacant Commercial Properties

Posted on 26 May, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Economy, Industry News

The number of vacant commercial properties in the City of York has increased by 30 per cent since 2008.... Read More