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Contents Vol 36 no 4 2018/2019


The front cover this issue is No I Dorset Street – Southampton the latest development by RO Real Estate which is the first building in Hampshire to achieve the coveted Fitwel Certification which is designed to support a healthier workplace environment and improve occupant health and productivity - see cover story pages 4 -5


IN THIS ISSUE Featuring The Midlands and Wales and The South West


Cover Story


RO Real Estate - One Dorset Street, Southampton


4 - 5 Torfaen Council Regional news 6 – 12 The West & East Midlands


Midlands UK MIPIM program, Midlands News


A J Mucklow 13 14 -15


Knight Frank, KWB, Blue Marble AM 16 Warwick Shire County Council


Barberry, LSH, Knight Frank Shropshire Council Goodman, Wilson Bowden, LL Lep South Derbyshire Council


Barberry Wales


Hodge Bank 24-25 North Wales Growth BID


St Davids Property 18 20 21 22 23


John Ryde Commercial, Cotswold Council, Cobus


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City of Gloucester, South West News 45 Kurt Wyman


Ash and Co Huw Thomas Commercial Whitmarsh Lockhart Myddelton Major, MCS Group Kavanaghs, Hootons South Gloucestershire Council CEG 26 27


Trebor Developments, Maple Grove, Legat Owen Cushman Wakefield, LSH 28


Fosh Auctions Swansea Bay City Deal Pembrokeshire Council Milford Have Port Authority Gerald Eve Blake Morgan


Bridgend Council, JLL, Cooke & Arkwright


29 South West Devon Council 30-31 Plymouth Council, Listers 32 Miller Commercial 33 Vickery Holman 34, 37 News in Brief 35 • 36, 37 Car Test 63 •


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62 61 60 59 58 Stephen & Co Sedgemoor Council


The West Country Forest of Dean Council, Glenhawk Cheltenham BID, THP Online


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Eversheds Sutherland, Fletcher Morgan 38 UK Steel Enterprise (UKSE)


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Palace Capital Plc has acquired the free hold interest at One Derby Street – Liverpool for Just under £14M reflecting a 6.75% net initial yield - see page 9


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The Midlands Region comes under the spot light with Midlands UK to address thousands of potential investors at MIPIM 2019 in March. Sir John Peace chair of the Midlands Engine will be Joined by a range of key note speaker. See page 13. Mucklow has announced Atlas Copco has completed its move to Mucklow Park South Staffordshire see page 14. There are more auto brands in Warwickshire and Coventry than in Detroit according to Invest Coventry and Warwickshire - see page 17. Innovate, inspire, invest in Shropshire - see page 20. Leicester Commerce Park is a high quality Logistics development by Goodman offering over 430,00 sq ft of grade A space see page 21.


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Somerset Energy, Bridgewater Gateway 56 South West News


Hodge Bank heads up Wales and The South West 2019 where they celebrate a record year of lending - see page 24. North Wales Growth Bid drives for more than 10,000 jobs – see page 26. St Davids Commercial have a number of available properties at Llandudno Junction and throughout North Wales – see page27. Trebor developments and Maple grove Developments have teamed up to provide up to 50,000 sq ft of industrial space in Deeside – see page 28. Swansea Bay City Deal will be investing £1.3 Billion improving peoples lives in all parts of South West Wales – see pages 30-31. With over £200 million of investments Pembrokeshire continues to attract investments – see page 32. Peter Graham of Gerald Eve describes a cautious investment market throughout Wales – see page 37. UK Steel’s, Ebbw Vale Innovation Centre has proved to be a tremendous draw see page 39. Is Torfaen the ideal business location in Wales? See pages 40-41.


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Cheltenham and Gloucestershire introduce The South West see pages 42-47. Followed by Swindon and Wiltshire – see pages 48-51. South Gloucestershire located north of Bristol and west of Bath is an area of great economic prosperity – see page 52. CEG sets its sights om Bristol – see page 53. At the heart of Somerset Sedgemoor is the fastest growing district in the south west – see page 55. Devon and Cornwall continue to thrive – see pages 56-61


COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MONTHLY 2019


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