Our target markets are Doncaster, Sheffield, Nottingham and Leeds, we intend to increase our presence within these areas before exploring others. Nevertheless, we know that the concept works and we expect to be able to expand into more areas in the future. If we are able to work out a possible venture with a new client which is out side of these areas then this can be evaluated on a case by case basis.
Britannia House is a conversion from a disused pub to a luxury HMO property.
Britannia House comprises three floors in the main building and a one storey building at the rear of the property.
There is also an eco-friendly state of the art bio-mass heating system which provides the central heating and hot water supply to the whole of the property.
Princegate House is situated in a prominent location in the heart of Doncaster town centre.
It is within minutes” walk to The Village at Waterdale, the Frenchgate Shopping Centre & Doncaster Market which is the biggest traditional market in the North. The Development is also close to the new Civic and Cultural Quarter, resulting in its residents benefitting from the significant regeneration that is continuing to take place in Doncaster.
Macmillan’s Coffee Morning event has been running since 1990 and has raised a total of £165.5million since inception. Last year, the event raised 29.5million alone to help provide vital services to cancer sufferers and their families.
York House is a mixed use development compromising four floors.The property was acquired a JointVenture partnership after being sourced by Empire. Empire then arranged for the planning requirements under the permitted development rights & were then instructed to manage the build development.
Built in the 1930s, Danum House is a landmark building set in the heart of Doncaster. Located opposite the bustling Frenchgate Shopping Centre it occupies a prime position at the junction between Duke Street and St Sepulchre Gate.
For residents, the scheme will provide modern and luxurious town centre accommodation close to all local amenities. Doncaster railway station lies less than 200 metres distant, so it will also afford an ideal base for commuting.
For investors, Danum House offers a rare opportunity to acquire outstanding, highly marketable rental properties at very attractive pre-market rates. Apartments can be purchased with a choice of payment terms and have the benefit of a 7% per year assured gross yield for 5 years.
Globe Works Mill is located just 500m from Bolton town centre.
It stands on an island site demarcated by three roads: Lower Bridgeman Street, Bridgeman Place and Ash Street.
The mill was rebuilt in 1929 and served a variety of industrial purposes throughout the 20th and early 21st centuries. Now, it is the subject of a major conversion scheme that will see the creation of 124 ultra-modern, high specification residential apartments.
When it comes to history, Doncaster has lots to shout about and it’s good to see that moves are afoot to give its past a bright future. The council has approved a project to build a £15million complex housing the museum and art gallery, archives and library.
As Doncaster is set to benefit from the government’s new £15 million Northern Cultural Regeneration Fund, the town is extending its cultural offering to investors. The major renovation of historical landmark Danum House is among one of these inspirational projects aimed to boost the Northern Powerhouse.
Economically vibrant and at the heart of the Northern Powerhouse, Leeds is a magnet for businesses, which partly explains why office take-up in the city is on track to reach 800,000 sq ft by the end of 2017, 94% above the 2016 total and the busiest year on record, according to Savills.
Springfield House dates back to 1961 and still retains some original features. It is set over three floors and is situated in a leafy residential area only 0.6 miles from Barnsley Town Centre and 1 mile from the M1.
Barnsley is a large town in South Yorkshire located half way between Leeds and Sheffield with good access to the motorway networks of the M1, A1 and M62. It is also close to the Peak District. It is a town rich in history with an abundance of attractions such as stately homes, museums and art galleries and shopping opportunities by way of the independent shops and market.
The plans see four existing buildings (Doncaster Central Library, Doncaster Archives in Balby, Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery, and the Library Services for Schools at Top Road, Barnby Dun) consolidated into one dynamic central hub that will inspire creativity, informal learning, and innovation.
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