This is the first major development in Lincoln by Bournston, which as a group of companies has been responsible for several recent major developments in the East Midlands and Yorkshire, including the refurbishment and conversion of Town Wharf and Dobson’s Quay at Newark, the redevelopment of Sheffield City Council’s former works depot into student accommodation and the company’s flagship conversion of a 1970’s office building into 68 luxury apartments in Nottingham.
Warner Estate has recently agreed to purchase a £26.75 million office complex in Edinburgh from clients of Bilsdale Properties and a £97 million portfolio of properties from Moorfield Group. The latter includes a £26 million office and leisure complex in Kingston, Surrey; the Cavern Walks complex (which includes the world famous Cavern Nightclub) in Liverpool, a leisure complex in Blackpool and four regional office properties worth £56 million in Bournemouth, Leeds, Solihull and Redhill.
Our property focus has fully shifted into the commercial sector and, due to recent acquisitions we have need for additional specialist Asset Managers to ensure that we are maximising the portfolio returns. ATIS Real Weatheralls has been awarded a major instruction, as part of a specialist team, to provide regeneration and development advice to a grouping of Lille Métropole Planning Department, The canal is being restored to navigation, opening up a cross-border link from the Deûle in France to the Scheldt in Belgium.
The consultancy role is part of a joint project with French sister-company ATIS Real Auguste Thouard, British Waterways, Euromapping, Beckett & Co and Land & Water Consulting. ATIS Weatheralls task will be to look at ways of improving the environmental quality of the canal and to identify development opportunities at up to 30 sites along its banks. Still if you get confused you can go with E Conveyancing Company Melbourne.
Jeremy Edge, director regeneration at ATIS Weatheralls, says: The UK connection was particularly appealing to Lille Métropole, since it is keen to replicate the success of schemes such as Brindley Place in Birmingham and Limehouse Basin in east London. The French canals should not be confused with the likes of the Grand Union canal in England they are larger, and provide more water space and more public land lending itself to development.