Babcock in 70,000 sq/ft Leicester Office Refurbishment

Babcock International Group has agreed to lease 70,000 sq ft at Davidsons Developments and Rotherhill Developments’ new Leicester office refurbishment near Birmingham in the Midlands, on a site formerly occupied by BAE systems - representing one of the largest Leicester office deals this year. The engineering firm who employs

Advertising Agency, Gratterpalm in Leeds Office Relocation

Gratterpalm, the North's leading advertising agency, has taken 15,000 sq/ft at No 1 Leeds agreeing a lease with group IVG for its prime Leeds scheme in the Yorkshire city - which will see undertake them a new Leeds office relocation. Group IVG subsidiary Oppenheim bought the building, the former Latitude Red, as

Birmingham Office Refurbishment of Fort Dunlop

Fort Dunlop stood empty for 25 years until this landmark building, visible from junction 5 on the M6, underwent a massive redevelopment program. Originally designed by Sidney Scott and WW Gibbings in the 1920s as a car tyre warehouse, the building now provides 350,000 sq

Manchester Office Space Unveiled in ‘Airport City’

Plans for the development of a £659m 'Airport City' at Manchester Airport have been unveiled by Chancellor George Osborne. The scheme sees the 150-acre site offering 5 million square feet of business space, of that 1.5 million square feet is ear-marked for office space. The

Birmingham’s Grand Hotel £30m Refurbishment Plan

Hortons' Estate, owners of the Grand Hotel on Colmore Row in Birmingham, have unveiled the £30m refurbishment plan to restore the building to its former glory. The Grand first opened more than 130 years ago and is one of the city's most prominent buildings. Many

Office Relocation Birmingham for Grant Thornton to Colmore Plaza

Grant Thornton is set for an office relocation Birmingham to Colmore Plaza. The firm of accountants has made a large investment in Birmingham as a city over the years and this is set to continue. Grant Thornton will be undertaking the office relocation Birmingham from Edmund Street and taking the