Monthly Archives: October 2014

Leeds Trinity Kitchen celebrates First Anniversary with New Restaurant opening

Posted on 21 October, 2014 by Neil Bird under Top Properties

Trinity Leeds’ street food concept, Trinity Kitchen, has celebrated its first anniversary by welcoming Rola Wala, to the award winning destination. The Indian street food vendor will open its first permanent restaurant site in a 452 sq ft unit... Read More

Wolverhampton Mander Centre Sale close to being Finalised

Posted on by Kirsten Kennedy under Commercial Sales and Lets

It has been confirmed that an offer has been made for Wolverhampton’s Mander Centre, which current owner Delancey placed on the market only a few months ago with a £50 million price tag. Although the identity of the potential buyer has not been... Read More

Airport Eco-Office Park gets Euro Cash Backing

Posted on by Cliff Goodwin under Commercial Developments

The European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) has agreed to part finance a £10m eco-friendly office scheme at one of Britain’s regional airports. Doncaster International Business Park — adjacent to the town’s Robin Hood Airport — is being... Read More

Petrifying Public Houses

Posted on by Kirsten Kennedy under Misc

When you think of the sleepy town of Congleton, ghosts, ghouls and things that go bump in the night are not the first attractions which spring to mind. However, following a visit to The Lion & Swan Inn, visitors may leave the Cheshire town with a whole... Read More

Two-Way Deal Gives Land Securities Control Of Buchanan Galleries

Posted on by Cliff Goodwin under Business News, Commercial Developments, Economy

Land Securities has taken 100 per cent control of Glasgow’s Buchanan Galleries in a sale-and- share deal that sees it relinquish its 50 per cent stake in Princesshay shopping centre in Exeter. Confirming the transaction, Land Securities — the... Read More

Demand for Coworking Space will Transform UK Office Market Over Next Decade

Posted on 20 October, 2014 by Jodee Redmond under Business News, Economy

With the increase in self-employment and the growth in micro businesses, demand for coworking space across the United Kingdom is likely to exceed four million square feet in the near future and is predicted to rise rapidly over the next 10 years, according to... Read More

£5m Local Economy Boost from Kirkstall Forge Development

Posted on by Kirsten Kennedy under Commercial Developments

The developer behind a £400m Yorkshire regeneration project has claimed the scheme will create almost 2,500 jobs and will pump £5m into the local economy each year. Commercial Estates Group (CEG) recently named Perth-based contractor, I & H Brown as... Read More

Stamp Duty Reform Will Make Scotland “Less Competitive”

stamp duty reform will make scotland less competitive
Posted on by Cliff Goodwin under Business News

Scotland’s leading property organisation is warning that proposals to shake up the country’s land and building tax structure could have an adverse effect on development and make it “less competitive than the rest of the UK”. Announced in this... Read More

Most Haunted’s Favourite Haunts

most haunteds favourite haunts
Posted on by Kirsten Kennedy under Misc

When the television series Most Haunted first aired in May 2002, it sparked a love of all things supernatural in the British public. However, despite appearing on the show itself, Capesthorne Hall remains one of the most perplexing paranormal cases in the UK... Read More

Barwood Unveils Second Joint Venture Logistics Scheme

barwood unveils second joint venture logistics scheme
Posted on by Cliff Goodwin under Business News, Commercial Developments

Barwood Developments and the North Yorkshire-based Potter Logistics have joined forces to develop a 16-acre logistics hub at Knowsley Industrial Park. The joint venture Draco project — situated on North Perimeter Road and with immediate access to... Read More