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Unite unveils new £48m Nottingham Student Accommodation

Unite Students- one of the nation’s largest provides of purpose-built student accomodaton have revealed their plans to redevelop the site of a Jaguar showroom at Derby Road, with a new 690-bed student accommodation. Originally the site of the development was unknown due to confidentiality, but it has since gone public Unite will be showcasing their […]

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Mixed-use scheme in Camden Town gets planning approval

W Real Estate has secured a resolution to grant planning permission for a mixed-use scheme at St Pancras Commercial Centre at Pratt Street in Camden Town. The scheme will include the re-provision of the existing light industrial space, alongside 175,451 sq ft of new office and retail space and 33 residential units. W Real estate […]

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Plans Revealed for Temple Island Site in Central Bristol

More than 500 homes and about 1,500 jobs could be created following the redevelopment of the disused Temple Island site in Bristol. The project is being developed Legal and General, who will be revealing more details of the scheme at our upcoming Bristol Development Plans event. In addition, £32m of public funds will be invested […]

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Birmingham Council looking for Partner for Huge Regeneration Schemes

Ladywood & Rea Valley are areas of Birmingham that Birmingham City Council are looking to transform – and they’re actively seeking development partners to deliver major district level regeneration schemes, the recent Birmingham Development Plans events heard. The council are seeking to build the 89,000 new homes needed within the metropolis to meet the increased […]

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The North of Glasgow Targeted for Redevelopment

“The North of Glasgow’s time has come”- were the words of Councillor Susan Aitken, the Leader of Glasgow City Council, addressing delegates at our Glasgow Development Plans Event. Glasgow City Council, supported by the £1.1bn Glasgow City Region Deal, are undertaking major community regeneration projects across the city, with the North of Glasgow being a […]

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Perfect Circle Announces New Chair For Final Year of Scape Framework

Property, construction and infrastructure consultancy Perfect Circle has announced industry heavyweight Jon Enever as its chair. Handed the reins by fellow Perfect Circle senior management board representative Richard Whitehead, Jon will be taking on the role for the remainder of 2019 through to October 2020 – seeing the organisation through its final year of Scape […]

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Planning Approved for new Manchester Science and Engineering hub

Manchester City Council has green-lit plans for the next phase of the masterplan at Manchester Science Park, which will provide a purpose-built space to specialise in the needs of computer engineering, energy technology, light manufacturing and materials science startups and SMEs. The redevelopment of the Base building will provide 80,000 sq ft of office and […]

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Eutopia Homes reveals £105m Salford Housing Scheme

Eutopia Homes has detailed their £105m scheme in Salford comprising 500 homes. They will be revealing further details at our upcoming Manchester Development Plans in May The development will be divided across two adjacent plots in the Ordsall area and include a mix of build-to-rent and for-sale apartments.

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Major NHS Estate Development Planned for East Kent

Proposals to fill a provision shortage in East Kent are being considered by the local NHS trust, East Kent Hospitals University Foundation NHS Trust which has set up an estate manager, 2gether Support Solutions. The trust is deciding between two options, the first creates a major emergency centre at William Harvey Hospital in Ashford, an […]

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