Recent years have witnessed changing demands on suppliers of office space in UK cities, with occupiers increasingly seeking shared working environments and improved social amenities for the workplace. As a number of larger companies look to relocate operations to regional hubs, cities such as Manchester, with its base of young professionals and sought-after culture, are set to benefit from what some have dubbed a co-working revolution.
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On behalf of Jury’s Inn, NJL Consulting has submitted a full planning application for a new hotel at Broad Street, Birmingham.
The proposed development will bring a new hotel offer to Birmingham City Centre with potential to be the first NYX new-build in the United Kingdom. NYX brand presents an innovative and exciting approach to the hotel industry. It recognises culture as being ‘the soul of the city’. For this reason, NYX hotel is considered to be a happening hub of urban culture.
Manchester practice Jeffrey Bell Architects has submitted plans for a 23-storey residential tower on the outskirts of the city.
Backed by Silverlane Developments, the £50 million Church Street scheme near Eccles railway station features 272 apartments as well as commerical and retail space on the ground floor.
On behalf of Quorum Estates Ltd and Stockport Homes Ltd, NJL have submitted a planning application for an office development at Edward Street in Stockport town centre. The application proposes the redevelopment of the car showroom and vacant industrial premises to form the new headquarters for Stockport Homes.
NJL Consulting have submitted an outline application for up to 200 new homes and a new community facility in Sandbach, Cheshire on behalf of HIMOR Group.
NJL Consulting have submitted 6 planning applications at various Oak Furniture Land stores across the UK on behalf of JB Global to facilitate the expansion of the existing stores. The company is seeking to increase their store presence by building on online sales with a large store portfolio to compliment the online offer.