Our strength is founded on a significant share of commercial property business in the region.
The in-depth knowledge of our dynamic transactional teams enables our specialist consultancy teams to provide realistic and robust advice across the property life cycle from planning to construction and all points between. We continue to play an important part in building a strong economy in the region and regenerating its towns and cities.
Through our partnership with the Core Cities group we produce detailed research on regional growth in Newcastle. This is one part of our continued promotion and involvement on our regional cities independence and the devolution debate. Click here for further information.
Offices. Who needs them?
This report examines the make-up of office demand across eleven regional cities, by sector and between city centres and out-of-town. It also looks at the key drivers of demand and how they might impact on the market over the medium term, including inward investment and ‘northshoring’, public sector reorganisation. the emerging knowledge sectors, devolution, infrastructure and working practices.
Click here to view our research.
After a hugely successful event in 2015 raising over £7,000 for charity, Ryder Architecture and Bilfinger GVA invite you to our second charity Oktoberfest celebration. There will be traditional German street food, German themed ales and drinks as well as live music and entertainment.
All ticket proceeds will go to our nominated charities Bright Red and the Alzheimer’s Society. There will be a host of opportunities throughout the evening to take part in raffles, silent auctions and to buy specialist ales to further support these fantastic charities.
Please join Bilfinger GVA and Ryder Architecture, on what will be a great evening for two great causes.
Ticket price includes food and a drink.
All proceeds will go to Bright Red and Alzheimer's Society.
Click here to buy your tickets.
The Newcastle office is currently advising Newcastle City Council and Newcastle University on Science Central which is the largest development site in the city centre. The site extends to 24 acres and will probably take10 plus years to deliver the whole scheme. The agreed master plan, which has an outline planning consent, includes university accommodation, offices, student accommodation, residential accommodation, a hotel and mixed community, retail and leisure uses. To date the Core, a circa 3,000 sqm business start-up building has been delivered, with the university committed to bring forward a further 10,000 sqm building by 2017.