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£4m Chichester scheme to “enable businesses to grow and flourish”

April 8, 2014 9:43 am

Plans have been revealed to transform a 1.2 acre site in Chichester into much-needed space for small businesses, providing a boost to the local economy.

Chichester District Council is to invest £4m developing offices, studios and workshop units along Terminus Road which forms part of the Enterprise Gateway.

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New Business Centre Boost for Birmingham City Centre

March 24, 2014 11:18 am

Birmingham city centre’s serviced office market is to get a boost with the arrival of a new business centre within the city’s core business district.

Situated within the Colmore Business District, the new business centre is currently undergoing refurbishment and will be launched by United Business Centres (UBC) next month. Altogether, it spans five floors of an historic Edwardian building and will offer a total of 148 workstations once complete.

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Croydon Celebrates Launch of Largest Grade A Offices for 20 Years

March 12, 2014 10:59 am

Businesses and local government representatives in Croydon have celebrated the official opening of the largest new grade A office development to launch in the Greater London suburb for more than two decades.

Known as Interchange Croydon, the building formerly served as the offices for BT and occupies a prime real estate location close to West Croydon Station.

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Office Relocations Suggest Nottingham’s Fortunes Improving

February 26, 2014 9:56 am

Is Nottingham finally ready to bounce back from the recession? A number of office expansions and relocations suggest that the city’s fortunes may finally be on the up. 

As a report by Nottingham City Council revealed, the East Midlands’ second largest city was hit harder than most in the UK by the economic downturn.

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HS2 Brings Huge Regeneration Project to Leeds

February 11, 2014 9:53 am

Leeds is to become the site of one of Europe’s largest regeneration projects thanks to plans by the City Council to capitalise on the arrival of HS2.

Construction work on the high-speed rail link which will connect Leeds to Manchester, Birmingham and London is not due to begin in the Yorkshire city until 2020, while the official opening is currently scheduled for 2033. However, city planners in Leeds have put together ambitious plans which will see the creation of 2.7m sq ft of business space on the south bank of the River Aire.

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Spinningfields Evolution: Two New Office Buildings in Latest Phase

January 27, 2014 10:21 am

A duo of new office buildings are the latest phase in the evolution of the Spinningfields development in Manchester city centre.

Developer Allied London is set to build two office blocks within the business district, which has so far proved popular with corporate clients in the finance and professional services sector.

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Legal & General Snaps Up £58m Aberdeen Office

January 15, 2014 9:35 am

Legal & General is the latest high-profile investor to snap up prime real estate in the oil capital of Europe after buying an Aberdeen office building for £58.4m.

Based on Union Wynd, just off the city’s main thoroughfare, the Union Plaza building contains just over 120,000 sq ft of office space over seven floors. It was constructed at a cost of £25m in 2008. Today, it remains a striking design on the Aberdeen city skyline and is home to businesses including AGR and GDF Suez.

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Plans for Northampton Office Block to Drive Forward Regeneration

December 17, 2013 10:42 am

Plans have been revealed for a new office block in Northampton which will help to drive forward plans for regeneration within the area.

The 20,000 sq ft office building is to be built on a brownfield site and will be part of the St Peter’s Waterside development which is underway at the heart of Northampton town centre.

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