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Five more show their backing for Liverpool LEP
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A group of businesses have shown their support for the Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) by signing up as partners.DONG Energy which operates the Burbo Bank Offshore Wind Farm in Liverpool Bay is one of the firms which has recently given its backing to the LEP.Alstom Transport, Stagecoach.
Automotive insurance broker heads to Manchester One
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Specialist van and car insurance broker Autonet Insurance has chosen Manchester One for its first office in the city.The Stoke-on-Trent headquartered broker will take the entire sixth floor of Bruntwood’s Portland Street tower, occupying just under 6,000 sq ft.The new Manchester site will support the personal lines team in Autonet’s.

ICE’s record-breaking LEGO bridge coming to Liverpool
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A record-breaking LEGO bridge designed for the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is heading to Liverpool.The super structure, which contains over 200,000 LEGO pieces, will be assembled at The Capital Building on Old Hall Street next month.Darrell Matthews, North West Regional Director of the Institution of Civil Engineers, hopes.

Rise in take-up of central Manchester office space amid ‘strong demand’
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Central Manchester’s office market is seeing “strong levels of demand” from existing occupiers and inward investors as take-up is rising.According to new figures from the Manchester Office Agents Forum (MOAF), take-up figures have grown by 27% in Q2 of 2017 compared to the same period last year.The data also shows.

Approved Proton Partners International centre to play ‘key role in boosting economy’
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Proton Partners International promises “job opportunities that will play a key role in boosting the local economy” as its Liverpool centre progresses.The firm was granted formal planning approval this week to build a £35 million cancer treatment facility within Knowledge Quarter Liverpool’s (KQ Liverpool) Paddington Village.The development will be one .

Plans for new look Atlantic House revealed by CEG
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An investment of more than £1 million has been announced for Warrington’s Atlantic House office building.CEG is planning to “replicate the success” of the nearby Appleton House after it acquired both of the Birchwood Point Business Park buildings.Appleton House has been let to New Balance while the three-storey Atlantic House .

Manchester to get first waste food pay-as-you-feel restaurant
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Real Junk Food Manchester will open the city’s first waste food pay-as-you-feel restaurant next month.The social enterprise aims to raise awareness around food waste by creating meals with ingredients that would otherwise be thrown away.Following a series of delays to previous plans, Bruntwood has offered the not-for-profit company a temporary .

St John’s Shopping Centre welcomes new additions
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Liverpool’s revamped St John’s Shopping Centre has welcomed two new additions. Beauty retailer Glamour Forever and horologists Time Watch Repairs have joined more than 100 independent and chain stores at the shopping hub. Discounter That’s Entertainment has also taken new larger premises inside the retail centre, making way for the second branch of

Bruntwood champions urban greening at Tatton Show
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Bruntwood is exploring how urban greening can contribute to the health and wellbeing of cities and citizens at this year’s RHS Flower Show Tatton Park.The property firm is presenting ‘The Bruntwood Experiment’ at the four-day event – the outcome of which will help inform its future design of green spaces .

Manchester’s 101 Embankment sold for £105m
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Manchester’s new 101 Embankment office development has been acquired in a £105 million deal.The 165,000 sq ft building is the head office of insurance firm Swinton on a 10-year lease and also includes a 442-space car park which is separately let to Q-Park on a 35-year term.Global investor M&G Real Estate .