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September Deals Update

Marketing / 1 Sep, 17

In August we were pleased to announce our appointment as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service’s National Estates Professional Services Framework. The four-year framework was awarded following a successful tender process, securing our position as one of only 12 firms on the national lot.

Last month the government intervened in an attempt to speed up business rates relief for thousands of small businesses across the country and in Scotland the Barclay review into business rates provided a number of recommendations for business rates reform. During August it was also announced that the Valuation Office Agency were poised to cut a number of jobs despite thousands of outstanding appeals. You can read our response to the cuts by clicking here.

Acting on behalf of UK property investor and developer, Buccleuch Property our agency team in the North East sold the last remaining plot on the City Road site in Newcastle City Centre for £1.7million. The site was purchased by JEDS Investments who have acquired the residual part of the site to transform into high quality student accommodation in the heart of the city.

Leading European electronics store, CeX, has taken 1,377 sq ft of space on Northumberland Street, a major shopping street in the city of Newcastle upon Tyne. The deal was completed with our retail agents in the North East acting on behalf of the landlords.

ATZ Developments, a Yorkshire based development company, has purchased a 60,000 sq ft multi-let mill complex in Batley, West Yorkshire. Commenting on the sale, Jonathon White, industrial agent at Sanderson Weatherall said, “We are delighted to have sold this site on behalf of the vendors.”

Our planning team recently obtained planning permission for a log cabin development in the North York Moors National Park on behalf of a private client.

In one of our latest blog posts we looked in depth at why co-working isn’t just for the technology, media and telecommunications sector, read the full post here.

With HS2 development now well under way the Government recently confirmed the route for phase 2b, between Crewe and Manchester and West Midlands and Leeds. We have a team of compulsory purchase experts who are currently working with owners and occupiers that will be affected by the route. Please contact us if you think you might be affected by the scheme.

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