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Urban Splash bucks the trend

New lettings in Liverpool for Urban Splash

Published on August 27th 2008.


Urban Splash bucks the trend

As what everyone is desperate not to call a recession continues to bite, one Manchester company continues to buck the trend. Award-winning property developer Urban Splash recently let all its remaining commercial space in Castlefield.

In spite of the difficult market conditions, we are still attracting a lot of attention across the commercial portfolio

Lynn Haime, an associate director at Urban Splash said, “In spite of the difficult market conditions, we are still attracting a lot of attention across the commercial portfolio.”

It's not just Urban Splash's Manchester commercial developments that are attracting new tenants. Over in Liverpool at the Tea Factory, part of Urban Splash's city centre Ropewalks scheme, Liverpool Primary Care Trust (PCT) has taken a six year lease on 4,555 square feet of space. The Out of Hospitals/Liverpool and Sefton NHS LIFT Programme Team is relocating from premises in Wavertree Business Village to the Tea Factory where they will be joined by the Liverpool LIFT Company, Liverpool and Sefton Health Partnership (LSHP).

Graham Pink, chief executive of LSHP said, “Having successfully completed six new primary care facilities in Liverpool and Sefton, the team at LSHP is constantly growing. This created a need for larger, more centrally located premises. We are delighted to join Liverpool PCT’s Out of Hospitals/Liverpool and Sefton NHS LIFT Programme Team in the new offices within the Tea Factory.”

Lynn Haime added: “The deal caps off an exciting few months in our Liverpool portfolio and we are delighted to welcome Liverpool Primary Care Trust to the Tea Factory.”

This deal leaves just 12,497 square feet at the Tea Factory. Anybody wishing to find out more should contact Lynn Haime on 0333 666 0000 or lynnhaime@urbansplash.co.uk

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