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Old March 17th, 2015, 02:32 AM   #681
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Floors: 17 | No. of Apartments: 260 | Developer: Select Property Group

Current Status: Groundworks

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Old March 17th, 2015, 02:35 AM   #682
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Angel Gardens plans at heart of NOMA scheme set for green light
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The proposals for 450 rental apartments on the corner of Miller Street and Rochdale Road were revealed last year by Moda Living and will go before planners this week

Plans for hundreds of plush apartments at the heart of a major Manchester city centre revamp - complete with roof-top gardens and sports facilities - are set for the green light.

Developers’ proposals for the residential element of The Co-operative Group’s £800m NOMA scheme will go before the city’s planning committee on Thursday and it is recommended they are approved.

The 20-acre project has already seen the Co-op’s One Angel Square headquarters developed, with plans for officers, retail and leisure facilities and improved public spaces elsewhere.

Plans for 450 rental apartments on the corner of Miller Street and Rochdale Road were revealed last year by Moda Living, a partnership between Caddick Developments and Generate Land.

Dubbed Angel Gardens, the development will sit next to The flagship Co-op building, and will include a 36-storey tower housing apartments, shops, cafes and bars.

Residents will have exclusive use of amenities, including resident lounges, a cinema room and business meeting space.

There will be a rooftop garden, complete with BBQ zones, gym and fitness classes; and a sports court with netball, tennis, basketball and football pitches.

Residents could move in as early as 2017, with work planned to start next year.

The project will also include car parking, landscaping and the creation of a new pedestrian route between Angel Street and Miller Street. The site, to the north of the city centre, is currently used for car parking.

The wider NOMA project will see scores of offices, hotels, shops and green spaces created; in a move that will create thousands of jobs. It is being delivered by a joint-venture partnership between The Co-op and Hermes Investment Management.

The project will involve the creation of public space, currently called City square.

A video, released exclusively to the M.E.N. lets your visualise how the streets around the CIS Tower, New Century House and the Hanover building will be transformed.

The overhaul is part of The Co-operative Group’s NOMA project and comes after we revealed stunning images showing how the buildings that form part of the £800m development will change Manchester’s skyline.

The flats will also boast an on-site management team, with a 24-hour concierge.
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Old March 17th, 2015, 03:10 AM   #683
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Floors: 7 & 8 | Developer: Scarborough | Number of Apartments: 145

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Old March 17th, 2015, 08:41 PM   #684
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Wow this going up really quickly...
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Floors: 15-31 | Number of Apartments: 500 | Developer: Renaker

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Government to inject £4m into tech incubator in the Northern Quarter
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Chancellor George Osborne announced the investment during today's Budget, which will see an 8-floor incubator created in Federation House.

The government said the hub 'will create thriving local ecosystems by nurturing start ups, fostering collaboration, and providing mentoring, learning and business support'.

Mr Osborne also said just over £7m would be invested in similar hubs in Sheffield and Leeds.

It comes after both Prime Minister David Cameron and Mr Osborne initially announced last month that there would be a new technology start-up hub coming to Manchester city centre.

The pair had said they wanted the tech hub to follow the success of London's Tech City.

It also came after a 70 per cent growth in digital Companies in Greater Manchester was revealed between 2010 and 2013 in a report by Tech Nation.

Doug Ward, founder of Tech Britain and head of the Tech City Cluster Alliance in Manchester, had welcomed last month's report and the government's move by saying: "This report shows that digital businesses are driving the economic growth of Manchester.

"We have some of the best engineering talent in the world, and international tech businesses are now considering Manchester for their UK headquarters.

"With the local tech community growing quickly, and the recent announcement of Tech North, Manchester is on its way to becoming a top 5 European startup destination.”

The government today said in a statement: "To accelerate this growth, the government will support the development of innovative businesses across the north through an £11 million investment in tech incubators in Manchester, Leeds and Sheffield."
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JLL: Manchester top of the Big Six cities...

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Take-up in Manchester's office market in 2014 beat the five other biggest regional cities of Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Glasgow and Edinburgh, according to the latest research from JLL.

JLL's Big Six report said that a total of 28 deals above 10,000 sq ft were completed in Manchester last year, more than all of the other cities in the list.

Manchester secured the largest total volume of take-up over the twelve months at 1,327,000 sq ft. Edinburgh was in second place with 900,000 sq ft, the highest in 10 years, and Bristol was in third with 870,000 sq ft.

Grade A take-up in Manchester was around 500,000 sq ft, the highest in the Big Six and the second highest ever recorded in the city according to JLL.

The period was the best performing year for the regional markets, with total office take-up of 5m sq ft nationally in the six cities and 1,080 office transactions completed, a 25% increase on 2013.

Chris Mulcahy, office agency director at JLL in Manchester, said: "It's unsurprising that Manchester is leading the way among these markets. The city's infrastructure, labour market and strong civic leadership sets it apart and the ability and track record of attracting occupier inward investment is now well established here. This provides the step changes to growth that all cities are seeking.

"The city has responded well to its office market success with numerous much needed office development schemes on site, providing an additional injection of stock in the city centre in order to meet this uplift in demand and to provide occupiers with choice. This supply line is essential to allow inward investment to continue
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- Manchester has the fastest accelerating rental prices outside London.

- Unemployment in the UK has now fallen below 6%, the lowest for more than half a decade

- Manchester saw over 1.3 million sqft of transactions in 2014, a new record for the regional cities.

- Total available space in Manchester city centre fell by a third in 2014, which is what is driving those heavy increases in rental prices.

- Grade A vacancy is the lowest in Manchester of any other city - there is now just 0.6% left, followed by Bristol (1.1%) and Leeds (1.4%).

- Manchester saw the largest office deal outside London in 2014 - the sale of 3 Hardman Boulevard, Spinningfields.

- West London and Manchester see the best yields for investment, alongside Leeds and Birmingham at just over 5%, however due to increasing property prices in Manchester that yield is falling (was 6% last year).

- Vacant supply in Manchester is now just over half what it was in 2011.

- Office take-up in Manchester is now back at pre-recession levels.
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Old March 18th, 2015, 07:35 PM   #689
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Really good to see so much quality going up in Manchester and so much of it, this has become an exciting thread to view. I have had some fantastic nights out in Manchester, look forward to visiting again, a great city, love it....
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Old March 18th, 2015, 08:45 PM   #690
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some horrific looking projects, but city suites looks quite something!
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Old March 19th, 2015, 11:42 AM   #692
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First Street...

Not far from completion now...

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And ground testing still going on on this plot. I'm sure I heard an application for offices is going in soon for this area.

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Phase Two of Salford scheme gets green light
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THE second phase of the Chapel Street regeneration scheme in Salford has been given the green light by councillors who have approved plans for a new residential development.

Brought to the city by the team behind Vimto Gardens, the new site – which is situated behind St Philip’s Church – will comprise 36 townhouses.

The plans were submitted by English Cities Fund (ECf), which is delivering both the Chapel Street and New Bailey regeneration schemes. Work is expected to begin in summer 2015 and is likely to be completed by the end of 2016.

Phil Mayall, development director at ECf, said: “The development is set to deliver 36 beautiful homes to the area, as part of an extensive and ongoing regeneration scheme, aiming to breathe new life into this area of the city.

“After years of close work with Salford City Council and other partners, we’re delighted to have secured planning permission for this development and are committed to ensuring that this area of Salford gets the investment it deserves.”

Following the success of the townhouses at Vimto Gardens, the development will comprise of a range of two, three and four bedroom townhouses, which will be available to buy off-plan later this year, and are perfectly suited to the location. There will also be a communal courtyard and gardens for residents to enjoy.

Mayall said: “We’re sure that all eyes will be on the project as it progresses, especially considering the huge demand for homes at Vimto Gardens.”

All 14 of the Vimto Gardens townhouses sold off-plan within a month of the plots going on sale soon after they were released, and the first set of homeowners moved in to the development in December 2014. Remaining homes are set to be ready for completion later this spring.

Salford City Mayor, Ian Stewart, welcomed the development and said: “Salford Central is a prime location, as demonstrated by the demand for houses in the area, and I’m delighted to see more quality housing being planned which will regenerate the heart of our booming city.”

Salford Central – a major 44 acre regeneration scheme – aims to transform a key area of the city. It is being delivered by ECf – a joint venture between Muse Developments, Legal & General and the Homes & Communities Agency (HCA) – through an active partnership with Salford City Council.
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Floors: 15-31 | Developer: Renaker

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PwC heads to Spinningfields...

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ACCOUNTANT PwC is moving its Manchester office to the newest building in the city's Spinningfields business district.

It has penned a deal to move its 750 employees to No. 1 Spinningfields in summer 2017. It is taking 50,000 sq ft on the fifth and sixth floors at the 20-storey building once construction is complete.

PwC follows international law firm DLA Piper in quitting Barbirolli Square for a new flagship office. EY and Addleshaw Goddard are both weighing-up options too as their leases on Barbirolli wind down.

Now under construction, the building on the site of the former Quay House, is set to offer more than 300,000 sq ft of Grade A office space and be the flagship of the development.

No. 1 Spinningfields will be the highest commercial tower to hit the Manchester skyline for over 50 years and will provide highly sustainable office accommodation along with eight different food and beverage spaces and a range of amenities to support the high-designed commercial space.

Developer Allied says that all of the development’s amenity and restaurant space, with the exception of two small kiosk units, are also under offer to international operators.

Iwan Griffiths, PwC’s North West chairman said: "“The North West continues to be an area of focus and investment for the firm, and we are very proud to be anchoring this iconic Manchester development.

“No. 1 Spinningfields will provide our people with a first class working environment, enabling us to continue to attract the top talent so we can best serve our clients and help them achieve their objectives. The building's BREEAM excellent rating is important to us and reflects the commitment PwC has to sustainable office design.

“It is an exciting time for us and for Manchester, with buoyancy in the market and the presence of cranes in the skyline indicating resurgence in development. We are now engaging with our staff to ensure the fit out is tailored to their needs and we look forward to relocating in 2017.”

Mike Ingall, chief executive of Allied London, added: "We want this building to be a very sustainable development not just environmentally but commercially.

"We have placed a variety of communal spaces within the tower, including a roof top restaurant. The garden, which will be located at level 21 is going to be an amazing place, and 12,000 sq ft of real space to entertain and enjoy. The corporate venue on the 7th floor will also be a first, a very simple box designed where events can take place and where companies can take over the space for an hour, a day or a week, to help shape their business.

“At level 3 we will also have a large fully serviced business lounge, similar to that found at international airports. This space has been created to have a relax but considered feel and where meetings can take place "out of the office."

Ingall said No. 1 Spinningfields will be "one of the finest corporate buildings in the UK".
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Hotel business booming in the North West...

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Manchester and Liverpool, are experiencing such a domestic and business tourism boom that many believe Manchester at least could at some point challenge cities such as Edinburgh for the regional hotel crown.

Manchester enjoyed double-digit growth in revenue per available rooms last year, according to JLL. The average daily rate increased by 10% and room occupancy by 1%, outperforming other regional cities. Indeed, the agency’s Hotel Investor Sentiment Survey shows that the city far exceeds the EMEA average in terms of medium-term performance expectations, although it does fall short of prospects for Edinburgh and London.

Liverpool has seen a similar improvement. Weekday occupancy in the city increased by 5% last year, due in part to the ongoing success of the Echo Arena and waterfront conference centre. The £66m Exhibition Centre Liverpool development is due to open on an adjacent site in September, potentially drawing thousands more visitors to the city.

Peter de la Perrelle, managing director of Tower Hotel Management, Peel Group’s hotel arm, describes the North West as one of “the most resilient” of all UK regions. “Beyond London and Edinburgh, the North West is the number-one regional hotel area,” he adds.

So how has it been able to keep up such impressive momentum and will it continue to go from strength to strength - or are there any potential flies in the ointment?

One major factor is the strong development pipeline. Central Manchester has 9,000 new rooms in the pipeline, of which 1,900 are either committed or under construction. In Greater Manchester, 21 new hotels are proposed, which will deliver 3,277 rooms if developed.

Among the new hotels is Bespoke’s 60-room Hotel Gotham at the former Midland Bank headquarters on King Street, which will open in April - one month after former England and Manchester United players Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs open their four-star Hotel Football at Old Trafford. Neville and Giggs have also gained planning permission to convert Manchester’s former Stock Exchange building into a 35-room boutique hotel.

In Liverpool, meanwhile, Accor will open its 216-room, four-star Pullman Liverpool hotel on Kings Dock this autumn.

It is one of a growing number of international hotel operators being enticed to the region, including German brand Motel One and Spanish group NH Hotels. US hotel group Starwood opened its second UK Aloft concept in Liverpool last October. Brands such as Sofitel and Hotel du Vin have as yet unsatisfied requirements. Budget operators such as Travelodge and Premier Inn are also still looking for new sites, as are Ibis, Days Inn and Ramada.

“There is a lot of interest from operators not yet represented in the city and all the indicators suggest there will be very strong competition,” adds Tom Cunningham, associate director for hotels at Savills.

Regional investment

The strong improvement in performance in these areas is, unsurprisingly, attracting the attention of investors. Savills data suggests investment in the UK was up 55% in 2014 on 2013, to £6.1bn, of which £3.2bn was spent in the regions.

The North West accounts for much of this growth, according to Julian Troupe, UK head of hotels for Colliers International. “Regional trading performance has improved in the north more than anywhere else in the UK,” he contends.

This is certainly evident in Manchester. For example, in October, Legal & General purchased the 157-bedroom Travelodge in Piccadilly Gardens at a net initial yield of 4.8%, paying £3m above the £20m asking price. The 142-room Ramada Hotel at Salford Quays has just been brought to the market by Savills and JLL.

In Liverpool, investors have been taking advantage of the Business Premises Renovation Allowance, which gives 100% capital expenditure allowance on long-term empty properties. One example is the Titanic on Stanley Dock. Savills’ Cunningham cautions: “It is a fine line between a scheme being viable due to tax relief or whether it works as a hotel.”

However, de la Perrelle believes that all this interest will fuel a burst of new hotel development, as more schemes are taken off the back burner. Others believe further stock will hit the market as hotels bought as part of portfolios are divested. For example, LRG Acquisition completed the sale of a 21-unit Holiday Inn portfolio in December, of which four were in the North West, and last month it brought an additional £200m portfolio to the market, including the Crowne Plaza Hotel at Manchester airport. The £1bn Moorfield portfolio divestment to Lone Star in December last year also included hotels in the North West.

Similarly, units held in abeyance throughout the downturn will start being put on the market “through consensual agreement between borrower and lender”, says Julian Stott, director with JLL’s Hotels & Hospitality Group.

Most agents are bullish about the market’s prospects. “It is certainly very tight for hoteliers,” says Jeremy Collins, principal of North West leisure agency Jenics. “Everyone recognises the longevity of Manchester’s commercial offer and I don’t see that appetite subsiding.”

Indeed, those who want to get involved in all the action may need to act fast before the market gets even tighter.
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