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Our aim is to develop a true partnership with all parties involved in a project and can often resolve complex urban regeneration issues by harmonising a range of potentially divergent interests. We seek to understand each party’s individual needs, recognise their role and complement their input. In this way we have created a range of strong private and public sector partnerships and are constantly widening our relationships to create new business opportunities.
We believe in creating the right space in the right location and applying best practice throughout. Our aim is always to anticipate new property trends and patterns of commerce. We also understand how to release best value by re-evaluating the key elements of space and location in the light of the latest requirements and technological progress. This stimulates imaginative solutions and ensures we create space that fully meets the user’s needs.

Monthly Archives: October 2019


Promenade Estates’ Queen Square HQ secures permission for hotel conversion

By | October 24th, 2019|Developments|

Daniel Hynd, managing director of Promenade Estates, has welcomed approval by Liverpool City Council of its proposals to convert its listed headquarters into a boutique hotel. “We’re going to add something special to Liverpool’s hotel offer in a location and a building that are second to none,” said Mr Hynd. The approved plans will see [...]

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Cowley Hill phase two consultation launched

By | October 23rd, 2019|Developments|

A second phase of public consultation on plans to regenerate a major St Helens brownfield site has been announced. Cowley Hill Works, located off College Street, is one of the largest brownfield development opportunities in Merseyside. Following the emergence of new technologies and the consolidation of Pilkington’s activity at the Cowley Hill Works, 104 acres [...]

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