Latest News

Grade A office space available in landmark Central Square

We have been appointed by Marrico Asset Management as joint office leasing agent on Leeds city centre's landmark Central Square alongside JLL. Approximately 150,000 sq ft of Grade A office space is still available within the 11-storey 220,000 sq ft building.


In the second largest Leeds office deal last year we were able to pre-let 50,000 sq ft to PwC who will occupy two floors of the £100m city centre development.


South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive Appointment

We have been appointed by South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive (SYPTE) to assist and advise on a range of property matters.


The transport body is responsible for the co-ordination of public transport in South Yorkshire including buses, trains and the tram network, and operates several key transport facilities including the Sheffield, Doncaster, Barnsley, Rotherham and Meadowhall Interchanges. SYPTE is the owner of the Supertram system.


Market leading asset advisors launch integrated service

Property and asset consultancy firm Sanderson Weatherall have annouced the appointment of Chris Brooke, a debt and working capital management specialist, who has joined their market leading asset advisory team. 


Anthony Turner joins Bristol team

Our Bristol team has been further strengthened with the appointment of Anthony Turner, to the role of associate partner.


Anthony has over 25 years experience covering commercial and residential valuation, arbitration, compulsory purchase, expert witness and landlord & tenant, Anthony will bring a wealth of additional expertise to our Bristol valuation team.


Former Westwood Yarns site and textile machinery offered for sale

The former Westwood Yarns site in Holmfirth is being offered for sale following the company being placed into administration in December 2015.


Our Manchester office has been appointed by administrators KPMG to market the Washpit Mills site on Choppards Lane.  All textile machinery at the premises is also for sale and is already attracting strong interest from potential purchasers.  The machinery comprises wool opening, blending, carding, spinning and winding equipment together with ancillary production equipment.


Stamp duty reform for commercial property

Commercial building for stamp duty reform

New stamp duty rates on commercial property come into effect on 17th March, following the announcement made by Chancellor George Osborne in the 2016 Budget on Wednesday 16th March.