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Modern industrial premises for sale in Castleford

Published on: 28th February 2019 Our Leeds Restructuring & Recovery and Machinery & Business Assets teams have been instructed by the Joint Administrators of YTM Group Ltd to advise in respect of the company’s assets which includes a modern freehold industrial property situated in Castleford and just off Junction 31 of the M62 motorway.

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Marketing to completion in three weeks – it can be done!

Published on: 27th February 2019 Our specialist holiday and caravan park team sold Lizard Lane Caravan Park, a 5 acres well established mixed holiday caravan park located in South Shields. The park occupies a beautiful seaside location with a spectacular position overlooking Marsden Bay, is licensed for over 100 caravans and was sold within three weeks of marketing commencing with a guide price of £1.35million.

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2018 Housing Delivery Test Results alongside Changes to NPPF: What Next?

Published on: 26th February 2019 Last week the first Housing Delivery Test (HDT) results were released by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) having been delayed since November 2018. The results were released alongside changes to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), as follows:

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Meet Jo Williams

Published on: 25th February 2019 Jo is a building surveyor in our Bristol Office, working cross the South West of England and Wales, we recently sat down with Jo to discuss her career so far and find out a bit more about some of her standout projects.

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NE1 Newcastle Restaurant Week serves up six-figure boost for local economy

Published on: 22nd February 2019 Restaurant week provides a great boost for the leisure trade in Newcastle, it's estimated that over 45,000 restaurant vouchers were downloaded resulting in a boost to the city's economy over £600,000!

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North East leisure industry - what a wonderful year

Published on: 20th February 2019 What a strange and unusual year the last 12 months have given us, with continued upheaval in the casual dining sector; a long hot summer and an unexpected run by England’s football team in the World Cup contributing to a strong performance from the pub sector – and, of course, the dreaded ‘B’ word having an influence (but not necessarily in a bad way). Click here to read the full supplement

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Substantial residential park sold for over £3,500,000 in Swansea

Published on: 19th February 2019 We are delighted to have completed the sale of Woodland Park, a large residential caravan park with significant development potential. The park is located in the village of Waunarlwydd which is located approximately 3 miles north west of Swansea and at the head of the Gower peninsula on the coast of South Wales.

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Meet Chris Eglin

Published on: 18th February 2019 Chris is a building surveyor in our Leeds office and has worked at Sanderson Weatherall for just over 14 years, we recently sat down with him to discuss his career so far and what he makes of the future of building surveying.

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Inclusive design – why it’s important we create accessible environments

Published on: 15th February 2019 So just how important is it to be inclusive for your customers? Stephen Richardson, partner in our in-house architecture team comments: Well, to answer that question, you may want to ask yourself how important it is to you to immediately be able to do what you want to do when you want to do it? Especially in today’s world where people are so used to getting what they want when they want it - being inclusive is a huge plus. Your customers need to have the confidence that you can be depended on and that the environment you have created does not create an unnecessary level of stress or anxiety for them as they go about their day to day lives. How can inclusivity define the customer experience? Customers place a lot of value on being able to go about their lives without the unnecessary obstacles of poorly designed spaces. With an increasingly competitive market it is easier to lose a customer (or customers) than gain new customers. A bad customer experience can spread like wild fire and can result in poor reviews and decreased customer satisfaction.

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