This scheme was delivered in partnership with Durham County Council as part of the overall redevelopment and extension of Newton Aycliffe Town Centre, on a former school site adjacent to the town centre.
The development comprised a Tesco food store, car park and retail units for Argos and Lloyds TSB, and first floor offices.
In conjunction with Sainsbury’s and Ellesmere Port & Neston Borough Council, the development comprised a 3251 sq m foodstore, a 238 space multi-storey car park, 14 residential apartments and a public square. The project commenced in August 2009 and opened for trading in time for Christmas 2010.
A 2,322 sq m town centre retail/Leisure development in partnership with Trafford Borough Council and pre-let to Apollo Cinemas, Chuiquitos and Frankie & Bennies Restaurants. Part of the site was sold to Linden Homes. The development was held as an investment by CTP Ltd at completion, before being sold in 2015. The development was funded by Royal Bank of Scotland
The Exchange, Aylesbury
A 6,500 sq m town centre retail/ leisure development, delivered in partnership with Aylesbury Vale District Council and pre let to Odeon Cinema, Luminar Leisure, Whitbread and Multiyork. The scheme was funded by Norwich Union.
Stirling Cinema, Forthside
This scheme was successfully completed in 2010. The 1,150 seat cinema was pre-let to Vue, with the two main associated restaurant spaces pre-let to Nando's and Frankie & Bennies. The smaller leisure unit was let to local café business 'Toast' soon after completion.
55 Princess Street, Manchester (Aurora)
he site, which sits between Princess Street and Kennedy Street, straddled 2 conservation areas and a number of listed structures were demolished with important facades being retained to allow a new classic building to be designed. Working closely with Manchester City Conservation Officers and English Heritage, a successful and viable new office design has been delivered to this sensitive site which sits opposite the Grade 1 listed Manchester Town Hall. This building was speculatively developed, and sold upon completion in August 2006, providing almost 60,000 ft² net of Grade ‘A’ office accommodation.
A mixed use development, undertaken in conjunction with Kensington New Deal and Liverpool City Council. The scheme comprises 28 apartments for The Riverside Group, a community fire station for Merseyside Fire & Rescue Authority and over 16,000 sq ft of retail, with the larger units let to Iceland Foods & Greggs. Construction was completed in July 2010, and was funded by Clydesdale Bank