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  • 31 Oct
    BEER

    We'll Drink to That!

    After assisting in Idle Hands’ pursuit for a permanent home (more information on that available here [insert link ]), NJL has successfully obtained planning permission and an associated Listed Building Consent to allow Beatnikz Republic Brewing Co. to occupy a unit at 35 Dale Street in the Northern Quarter.

    Centrally located within Manchester’s Northern Quarter, 35 Dale Street comprises a Grade II Listed Building which previously housed office uses across its 4,000 sq.m of floorspace

  • 22 Aug
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    NJL secures a new caffeine kick in Manchester’s Northern Quarter

    NJL is thrilled to confirm Idle Hands (an independent Manchester coffee shop) has opened in its permanent home in Manchester city centre.  Their shop is located at Dale House (on the junction of Dale Street and Tariff Street) in Manchester’s Northern Quarter.

  • 07 Apr
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    The Silk Works, Invicta House Submission

    NJL has submitted a full planning application for the redevelopment of existing offices in Manchester City Centre to provide 50,000 sq ft of new office accommodation. On behalf of our clients Henry Boot Developments Ltd and Invicta Manchester Ltd, the proposed development branded The Silk Works will provide much needed new office floorspace across 8 storeys incorporating the existing Invicta House Victorian façades on Atkinson Street and Scott Place. The ground floor will provide the opportunity for a coffee shop or kiosk to be established, alongside amenity space for occupiers.

    Invicta House is a Victorian building with local heritage significance located within the Deansgate/ Peter Street Conservation Area.  As such, the project has been a complex heritage case that has been subject to close liaison and consultation between NJL, Northmill Associates, Historic England and Manchester City Council.  The scheme has been revised and tailored throughout the pre-application period to reflect comments received from key stakeholders.  From this NJL has developed a positive working relationship with the Council, Historic England and the project team.

  • 04 Mar
    Spinningpoint

    Spinning Point Phase 1: Bus Station Planning Permission

    Rossendale Borough Council has granted planning permission for the regeneration of a dilapidated and neglected site within Rawtenstall town centre for the first phase of the Spinning Point development.  It is a mixed use development comprising a new eight-bay bus station and retail/café units, with car parking and landscaping.  It also includes the refurbishment of the former Town Hall for offices and the demolition of buildings within a conservation area. 

    NJL acted on behalf of the RTB Partnership as planning agent for the proposal, co-ordinating the preparation of technical documents to support the planning application and preparing a Planning and Regeneration Statement.  NJL submitted the application and drove it through the planning application process.  This included reviewing draft planning conditions prepared by the Council to ensure they minimised onus on the developer and to assist with quicker delivery of the development. The scheme will be delivered by Barnfield Construction.

  • 12 Jan
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    Bringing the ‘North Light’ to Brierfield

    NJL Consulting submitted a full planning and Listed Building Consent application behalf of Pearl Brierfield Mill Limited, a joint venture between Pendle Borough Council and Barnfield Investment Properties Limited, for a landmark development called ‘North Light’ in Brierfield in Lancashire.  The application site comprises the Brierfield Mills complex which are Grade II Listed Buildings in a Conservation Area that are on English Heritage’s Heritage at Risk Register.  They are in a prominent position, visible from the M65 motorway and have laid vacant since 2006. 

    The proposals will bring this important local heritage asset back into use for a hotel (Use Class C1) and leisure unit (Use Class D2).   The proposed hotel will be a high quality spa hotel that utilises the character of the Listed Buildings.  The leisure unit will comprise a multipurpose leisure facility that will include a climbing wall and other active leisure pursuits. 


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