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The North West 2020 Annual Survey


Lovell Homes Invests In Strengthening Ties With North West Communities


Paul Woby


National housebuild- er Lovell Homes has strengthened its North West team with the pro- motion of Paul Woby to social value manager, a brand-new position created to build links with local communi- ties whilst encouraging new skills and talent to enter the industry.


The dedicated role was created in order to boost the ‘social value’ and positive impact around the firm’s developments and marks a growing trend within the construction indus- try. This will include engaging with schools and colleges, supporting apprentices and trainees and getting involved with communi- ty projects across the region.


Paul, who joined Lovell Homes more than 18 years ago, said: “As builders, we have a huge impact on a town or village when we arrive and so we want that experience to be as


positive as possible for the residents. That’s why this role will be so vital as we not only want to support existing community projects but also help improve the surrounding area by protecting wildlife and improving com- munal facilities.


Lovell Homes North West has 15 develop- ments across the region spanning from The Laureates in Cumbria down to Weston Woods near Nantwich. The newest develop- ment to come to market is Shawbrook Manor, located in Leyland, Lancashire, which is part of the government’s ‘Accredited Construc- tion’ programme.


Lee Sale, managing director at Lovell Homes North West, said: “We’re delighted to an- nounce Paul’s promotion as he’s a brilliant and valued member of the team. With 18 years at Lovell and more than 30 in the con- struction industry he really is the perfect fit for the job.”


For more information about Lovell Homes please visit www.lovell.co.uk


New ‘Ice’ Offices at Exchange Quay Almost 60% Let


second floor, which has already been split into smaller suites with communal facilities. Global specialist electronics distributor TTI Inc, a Berkshire Hathway company, has taken Suite 2.3 (1,238 sq ft) on the second floor; whilst urban fashion brand 11 Degrees, a favourite label among celebrities and sports stars, has taken Suite 2.4 ( 1,044 sq ft) on the second floor.


Almost 60% of the new ICE building at the Exchange Quay office development in Manchester has now been let following the completion of five deals to Riverview Law, Leaders Romans, Philips Trust Corporation, TTI Inc and 11 Degrees.


Leading legal services company, Riverview Law, which was acquired by EY in August 2018 to support the expansion of its global legal managed services, has acquired the entire top floor suite totalling 5,212 sq ft. Leaders Romans, one of the UK’s largest property services providers, has secured 3,983 sq ft on the first floor.


Estate planning services firm Philips Trust Corporation has taken 2,228 sq ft on the


COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MONTHLY 2020


ICE is the latest concept to be unveiled at Exchange Quay and forms part of the strategy being implemented by Ekistics to enhance the existing occupier offering and to encourage a cohesive, collaborative office community. The building provides some 26,000 sq ft of contemporary Grade A office accommodation together with a café bar, business lounge and communal meeting space.


Exchange Quay is one of the largest office developments in the North West, currently accommodating well over 3,000 people. Located approximately 1.5 miles to the southwest of Manchester City Centre the scheme boasts its own dedicated Metrolink tram stop and is strategically located just off Trafford Road which links Salford Quays to both Manchester City Centre and the regional motorway network.


The quoting rent on Exchange Quay is £20 per sq ft plus car parking.


Rochdale


Rochdale is home to 14 strategically located business parks, including some of the best performing in the region.


Across the Borough, we offer a wide range of ready-made units to let, as well as ideal sites for prompt development.


This includes opportunities at Kingsway, one of the UK's most strategically important business parks.


Other region


high performing parks in the include Heywood Distribution


Park, Stakehill Industrial Estate, Hareshill Distribution Park and Sandbrook mixed- use Business Park.


Kingsway facts ‹ ‹


Hectares ‹


Kingsway currently comprises over 3.4m sq ft of commercial floorspace. 55


of land has been


developed so far - 5 3 % of the total developable area.


£200m has been invested in new buildings, infrastructure, environmental works and dedicated footpaths, cycleways and bridleways.


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over 70 % of the jobs established on-site to date have been taken by Rochdale Borough residents.


Kingsway's Gross Value Added (GVA) to the Rochdale economy is more than £30m per annum.


Stakehill facts ‹ ‹





Stakehill is a major business site, measuring 80 hectares in total.


Stakehill offers industrial and warehouse units between 2,000 sq ft and 108,000 sq ft.


So far, 2.8m sq ft of commercial floorspace has been constructed.


‹ UBS is the majority landowner at Stakehill. The agent is Canmoor.


Heywood facts ‹





20 million people live within a two hour drive of Heywood.


‹ Heywood features a cafe and secure overnight parking for truck drivers.


Units available now range in size from 2,600 sq ft to 150,000 sq ft.


‹ This highly secure business park boasts


24/7 CCTV monitoring and gatehouse entry. 53


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