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WYG moves headquarters to Leeds city centre

Published on: 17th January 2019 Professional services firm WYG has today announced that it will be moving its corporate headquarters to the 3 Sovereign Square development, in Leeds city centre from its current base in Headingley. Sanderson Weatherall’s head of agency, Richard Dunn, acted on behalf of WYG in securing the new premises, having been appointed as national property advisor to the firm at the end of last year.

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Meet Guy Owen

Published on: 16th January 2019 We recently sat down with Guy Owen, associate partner in our building consultancy team and asked him a few questions about his career and his first impressions of SW, having joined our Manchester team in August last year.  What does a typical day look like for you at the moment? I am site based roughly 50% of the time with the rest of my time being office based. My current workload involves a lot of travelling and usually means an early start to beat the traffic.

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Prime investment opportunity on the market in Bradford

Published on: 15th January 2019 A high specification trade counter investment is being offered for sale in Bradford. The property is let in its entirety to Selco Trade Centres Ltd (T/A Selco Builders Warehouse and Plumbase) on a 25 year lease from 10th September 2008 with a rental guarantee from Grafton Group (UK) PLC. Occupying a highly prominent position on major link Road, Tong Street, the property comprises two modern trade counter units measuring over 48,000 sq ft GIA.

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Unit available at Teesside’s premier trade counter location

Published on: 14th January 2019 A small ground floor trade counter has come to the market at Portrack Trade Park, a premier trade park centrally located near the A19, Middlesbrough and Stockton-on-Tees. The unit comprises an open plan retail area with solid concrete floors, suspended ceilings, kitchen area and good levels of parking.

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Office requirements on behalf of a retained charity in the North East

Published on: 11th January 2019 Our North East agency team has been appointed by the Durham Tees Valley Community Rehabilitation Company to acquire two office spaces in the North East. The charity do fantastic work across the Durham Tees Valley, working to rehabilitate and support individuals who have been given a community sentence or released from prison on license.

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When can a fall-back development be a material planning consideration?

Published on: 8th January 2019 Many of our projects are on established sites or brownfield sites in countryside locations and designated landscapes where development is restrictive. Over the last year, we have advised on sites in a number of sensitive locations including the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and the Gower AONB.

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Northshore development to reconnect Stockton with River Tees

Published on: 7th January 2019 Great piece in the recent edition of Tees Business magazine.  In recent months we have seen significant investment in Stockton, with the flagship 56-acre Northshore development helping to create a vibrant community on the bank of the River Tees.

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Small touring park with owners house sold in Shropshire

Published on: 4th January 2019 Our specialist holiday and caravan parks team have sold The Old School Caravan Park, 1.5 acre caravan park in Minsterley, Shrewsbury, off a guide price of £399,950. Located in the picturesque Shropshire countryside the area is renowned for scenic beauty and is popular with week-end visitors from Birmingham and the West Midlands.

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Former bingo hall provides fantastic development opportunity in Hartlepool

Published on: 3rd January 2019 Something a little bit different for our North-East agency team this month as they’ve been appointed joint agents on a large former bingo hall and cinema complex, located close to Hartlepool Town Centre. The property began life as a Regal Cinema in 1935, following its design by renowned cinema architect William Illingworth. In 1955 its name was changed to Essoldo cinema before becoming a bingo hall in 1968.

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