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  • Middlesbrough Councillors’ preview of Holiday Inn Express

    Posted by Sam Hughes Jun 29, 2015 9:30:02 AM

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    Work is gathering pace at the £12.4m regeneration of Cook and Endeavour House on Albert Road, which will see the building transformed into the Holiday Inn Express® Middlesbrough – Centre Square. Mark Ashall, Director of the developer Ashall Projects, and site managers welcomed Middlesbrough Deputy Mayor Councillor Dave Budd and Executive Member for Regeneration Councillor…

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  • Sheppard Robson gets go ahead for Greenbank Campus

    Posted by Sam Hughes Jun 29, 2015 9:26:31 AM

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    Sheppard Robson has received planning permission from Liverpool City Council for a £90m new build and refurbished student residential scheme for the University of Liverpool at Greenbank halls of residence . The complex package of redevelopment will see six buildings (Derby House, Rathbone Hall, Rathbone House, Warden’s House, Warden’s Court and Roscoe and Gladstone Halls)…

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  • International Timber signs deal with Dura Composites

    Posted by Sam Hughes Jun 29, 2015 9:23:57 AM

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    International Timber has signed a deal with Dura Composites to become the exclusive UK importer of its fast-growing composite timber decking and cladding product ranges. International Timber is one of the largest wholesale distributors of timber products in the U.K and has a comprehensive stock holding of decking products that include softwood, certified hardwood and modified…

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  • Totaljobs Group signs up to Carlyle’s Piccadilly Place

    Posted by Sam Hughes Jun 29, 2015 9:20:04 AM

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    The Carlyle Group has secured another high-profile letting leaving just 37,000 sq ft remaining at its Piccadilly Place scheme. Totaljobs Group, the UK’s largest and fastest growing online recruitment advertising company, has agreed terms on 5,147 sq ft at Four Piccadilly Place. The firm comprising six job boards, which between them carry over 160,000 jobs,…

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  • Hill Dickinson wins £1m Alcohol Duty cases against HMRC

    Posted by Sam Hughes Jun 29, 2015 9:15:17 AM

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    Hill Dickinson has succeeded in persuading Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to withdraw Assessments and Penalty Notices to the value of £1 million against two North West businesses in the logistics sector. The assessments and penalties arose from the transportation and delivery of alcohol and tobacco on which HMRC alleged that Excise Duty had…

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