We have been appointed to manage two Canada Life owned properties in the heart of Manchester.
Our property management team will be responsible for the day-to-day management elements of these multi-let office buildings, which are located at 52 and 54 Princess Street.
We have been instructed as sales agent for Burghwallis Hall, a Grade II Star listed former home for the elderly.
Our Leeds office has been instructed to sell the property on behalf of the Diocese of Hallam, with our specialists now seeking potential buyers for the impressive site in the Doncaster area.
In the second quarter of 2016 the out of town market outperformed the city centre for the second successive quarter.
“Brexit has created a further degree of uncertainty in the UK property market, but there’s one part of the market that is well placed to capitalise on the effects of the recent vote to leave the European Union – the holiday and caravan park market.
With often idyllic countryside or beachside locations, holiday and caravan parks have always proven to be popular holiday destinations with UK tourists. The emergence of ‘luxury’ lodge style holiday parks and increasingly popular ‘glamping’ sites has widened the appeal of the market to tourists wanting high-end UK breaks.
We are now able to offer clients an enhanced, nationwide lease consultancy service thanks to our expanding office network across the UK.
Our lease consultancy team deals with rent reviews, lease renewals and lease re-gears on all types of commercial property throughout the UK and is managed by Leeds-based head of lease consultancy, David Rastrick, supported by partners Fiona Rowland and Stephen Jefferies. In Manchester the team is led by Kim Murray, with Aidan King in Birmingham, Andrew Udall in London, Anthony Turner in Bristol and Shona Baxter in the Newcastle.
Sixteen of our property experts have completed the demanding 215-mile cycle ride from London to Paris in just three and a half days.
The challenge was completed in support of the British Heart Foundation, a charity that provides funding, research and awareness campaigns aimed at preventing heart disease across the UK. The teams efforts have already raised £2,645, surpassing the initial £2,000 fundraising target. There is still time for you to donate and you can do so via our JustGiving page: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/2016SW.