Appointed as joint Development Consultants and Agents to market Peel's high profile waterfront regeneration scheme, Liverpool Waters. Part of Peel's wider Atlantic Gateway project, Liverpool Waters will see the 60 hectare historic northern docklands site transformed to create a world-class, high-quality, mixed use waterfront quarter in central Liverpool. GVA will market the 18million sq ft mixed use scheme to potential Investors, Developers and occupiers in phases.
|One St Peter's Square, Manchester|
One St. Peter’s Square, along with Manchester City Council’s £185 million transformation and redevelopment of the Square, Library Walk, Central Library and The Town Hall extension, demonstrates the scale of the city’s ambition to transform its civic heart. We are retained as development managers, funding, leasing, rating and planning advisors on this major 270,000 sq ft landmark office development.
|Victoria Gate, Leeds|
Victoria Gate, formerly known as Eastgate Quarters and the Harewood and Eastgate Quarters, is a £650 million retail development in Leeds. GVA secured outline consent for circa 1.5 million sq ft of new retail, office and leisure space and planning permission for Phase 1. We also provided offices and service charge consultancy. Anticipated opening date of September 2016.
|Omega North/South, Warrington|
Miller Developments and RBS
The landmark scheme comprises Omega North and Omega South separated by the M62 motorway and forming a major expansion of Warrington's commercial offer. GVA are retained as leasing and sales funding advisers. Deals include The Hut Group, Plastic Omnium, Hermes Parcelnet, Brakes, Travis Perkins and Asda totalling 2.58 million sq ft since January 2013.
|Science Central LLP, Newcastle upon Tyne|
Newcastle City Centre/Newcastle University
Appointed by Science Central LLP, a joint venture between Newcastle City Council and Newcastle University, to provide strategic property development, marketing and estate management advice including the development of a disposal strategy for the mixed use development. The 24 acre brownfield site will provide a new urban quarter in the city, which will be central to Newcastle’s economic future and will create a world class hub for science based businesses. The development will include a mix of offices, residential, hotel, student accommodation and business space uses set around high quality public spaces.