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Office Space Activity Proves It’s Not So Grim Up North

March 14th, 2013 | by MikeS

When it comes to moving and shaking in the office space market, as well as the wider business community as a whole, it’s often Office space London serviced officesLondon that gets the lion’s share of attention. But thanks to a recent spate of developments, approvals and lettings in other Office space UK serviced officesUK cities, it just goes to show that things aren’t necessarily quite so grim up north.

In Office space Liverpool serviced officesLiverpool, crowned European Capital of Culture in 2008, there’s plenty of development going on along the city’s historic waterfront. Peel’s multi-million pound refurbishment of Office space Birkenhead serviced officesBirkenhead Docks is continuing at pace, and is inspiring additional development opportunities too – such as the so-called Wirral Beacon. This is a proposed 100m tower positioned on Wirral Waters that would be designed to attract more visitors across the water from Liverpool.

Away from the waterfront, the former Littlewoods Pools headquarters in Liverpool is set to be transformed into a £4m state of the art business centre, if plans are brought to fruition. The art-deco site is already set to undergo a vast £19m transformation, and this additional leg of the development could see a range of office suites created for micro-businesses and SMEs with growth on the agenda. If plans are accepted, the work could start this Summer.

Other regional cities are also seeing plenty of activity in the property development stakes.

Following a bumper year that delivered the best level of office space lettings since the recession five years ago – spurring a growth of 10% in pre-tax profits – conventional and serviced office space provider Bruntwood is planning a number of developments in regional cities this year.

The company is planning four hotel schemes in three cities, the redevelopment of three office buildings in Office space Manchester serviced officesManchester city centre (Overseas House, Elliott House and Office space Bank serviced officesBank Chambers), along with the continuation of works at Centre City in Office space Birmingham serviced officesBirmingham and City House in Office space Leeds serviced officesLeeds.

On the subject of Leeds, the city’s iconic Tower Works building – which was recently redeveloped as part of the acclaimed Holbeck Urban Village regeneration – has reached 80% capacity following a spate of new lettings. A number of new creative businesses have signed up to office space at the Leeds site, which was launched in July 2012.

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  1. One Response to “Office Space Activity Proves It’s Not So Grim Up North”

  2. By tommymacca on Mar 15, 2013 | Reply

    More companies should relocate to Liverpool. Rent and Rates are much lower than the Capital. As are wage demands. With three Universities we have a massive pool of talent to draw from. With a recently redeveloped city centre, making Liverpool the No3 UK shopping destination there are apartments, shops, cafes, bars, gyms etc. Everything one needs for a 21st century lifestyle.

    Feedup of the battle on the tube? Feedup of paying silly money for a cold pokey victorian flat then move up north to Lovely Liverpool. Don’t forget our micro–climate!


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