It will have been hard to miss the sheer volatility of 2018 on the retail industry, whether it be misery for stores reminiscent of our high streets, at out of centre retail parks, or somewhere in the middle.
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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.
Thank you to everyone who attended our annual Professionals’ Lunch on Thursday of last week (14th September). The afternoon of networking (and sushi!) at Australasia in Spinningfields was a great opportunity to catch up with friends from a range of multidisciplinary backgrounds, but also to meet new faces.
As our guests last week will be aware, NJL is sponsoring Forever Manchester as our chosen charity of the year. Forever Manchester is a charity that funds and supports community activity across Greater Manchester. Since 1989 Forever Manchester has delivered over £36 million into local communities benefiting 1.1million people.
NJL is looking for a qualified Planner or Senior Planner to join its team in Manchester. The candidate will be a key member of the mixed use and strategic projects team with the opportunity to work some of NJL’s most high profile and award winning projects.
Guest Blog: Andy Burnham Manifesto Briefing by Chris Peacock and Jonathan Coverdale, Newington Communications
Chris Peacock and Jonathan Coverdale of Newington Communications discuss, assess and examine Andy Burnham's Manifesto in a helpful briefing which hopefully clears some of the fog, particularly with regards to the potential influence on planning and development industries.
So, just as the final days of consultation on the first draft of the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework draw to an end, the fireworks go off with the prospective Mayor, Andy Burnham launching a major broadside to help spark the debate further. The press are lining up the other candidates as being pro the Framework (Sean Anstee) and anti (Jane Brophy) with Burnham seeking changes but not scrapping it.
Notably, Burnham is quoted as saying “no net loss” to the Green Belt. A telling phrase.