Chancellor George Osborne has set out the current state of the economy in the Autumn Statement, the chancellor also outlined spending plans for the next four years in the Spending Review. Here is what we know so far regarding local property taxation and business rates:
Malton Enterprise Park is a 17 acre commercial development by David Harrison Group and offers a mixture of office, trade, industrial and warehouse units. Space is available from 1,000 to 100,000 sq ft and can be custom built for all types of businesses with bespoke fit-out options also available.
Site infrastructure works are complete and new building works have now commenced on phase two of the high quality business park, close to the market town of Malton in North Yorkshire.
A landmark mixed-use development in Newcastle city centre has been given an impressive new look thanks to the expertise of our architectural and asset management teams.
McAleer & Rushe Group, which owns and operates the St James’ Gate development, tasked us with the refurbishment and modernisation of the expansive reception area to 2 St James’ Gate, an eight-storey office building on Railway Street.
A new concept in super-budget accommodation has been delivered in Glasgow following our expert input.
Modifications, costing £500,000 have been made to the Euro Hostel site at the corner of Jamaica Street and Clyde Street in the city centre. They have incorporated eight new self-contained, designer suites, offering a combined 66 bed spaces, available from £13 per person, per night. The rooms are located on a level inaccessible to other guests at the 364-bed hostel. The project has just completed with the installation of an external terrace.
A historic hall in Catterick village, North Yorkshire, has been granted a new lease of life thanks to a joint effort by our Teesside office and a dedicated team of trustees and volunteers.
The Booth Memorial Institute is a local landmark and is set to become the heart of the village’s community life once structural repairs and refurbishment is complete. The building already provides a hub of activities including a luncheon club, a mother and toddler group, yoga, dance and exercise classes, bowling clubs and charity shop etc. It is also available for private hire for parties, meetings etc.
The ground breaking glass packaging company Allied Glass has opened its first Scottish Office in Maxim Office Park, Glasgow.
The Yorkshire company, who work with leading brands in the food and drinks packaging sector, have their other offices in Leeds and Knottingley.