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Sheffield landmark to undergo multi-million-pound refurbishment

A prominent city-centre landmark, which has been vacant for over ten years, is undergoing a multi-million-pound transformation in order to support the growth of businesses in Sheffield. 32 Eyre Street, formerly known as Deacon House, is being re-developed into a beautifully designed, iconic workspace comprising private office suites, co-working spaces, event

Fulcrum builds on housing sector growth with bolstered business development team

Sheffield-based Fulcrum has bolstered its Housing Business Development Team, building on the sustained 74 percent growth the company has achieved in the housing sector in the past year. The addition of Kelly Buttery and Sarah Matthews strengthens the company’s business development function as it works towards securing new contracts in the

Gateway 4 Doncaster speculative industrial development granted planning consent

Detailed planning consent has been granted for a huge 409,000 sq ft speculative industrial unit located in Doncaster, on Junction 4 of the M18. Trebor Developments and partner, Hillwood, agreed terms with Lazarus Properties to purchase the 27 acre site earlier this year and following the consent of planning, work on

New creative director at Pace

Creative communications agency Pace has appointed Carl Pieper to the role of creative director. Carl has 20 years industry experience, most recently spending eight years at a central London agency. He has worked with key clients such as Nestlé, Superdrug, British Land and Universal Music. Anita Pace, managing director of Pace, said: “Carl

Raft of senior promotions at CBRE Leeds

CBRE’s Leeds office has announced a raft of senior promotions across its Rating, Lease Consultancy, Property Management and Project Management teams as the real estate company concludes another successful year of consecutive growth. Robin Ellis, Ian Dewhirst, Andrew Milton and Gary Allen have been promoted to senior director within the Rating,