Commercial Property

The vacant suite inside Cathedral Buildings, Newcastle

Newcastle Cathedral Buildings close to full occupancy a year after acquisition by Minel Group

The building - home to the famed Vampire Rabbit and Marco Polos restaurant - has just 1,900sqft of space left to lease

Speculative developments needed to draw investors to North East

Ongoing work on the Stephenson Quarter development on Forth Banks
Agents say the North East needs to find a way to encourage developers back to the market to give businesses space to grow

Newcastle student development acquired by London investors for £11m

An artist impression of one of the studios at the Claremont Place luxury student accommodation, which has been acquired by Empiric Student Property
Empiric Student Property Plc has acquired the freehold for the Claremont Place development, which is now taking bookings

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The vacant suite inside Cathedral Buildings, Newcastle

Newcastle Cathedral Buildings close to full occupancy a year after acquisition by Minel Group

The building - home to the famed Vampire Rabbit and Marco Polos restaurant - has just 1,900sqft of space left to lease

Ongoing work on the Stephenson Quarter development on Forth Banks

Speculative developments needed to draw investors to North East

Agents say the North East needs to find a way to encourage developers back to the market to give businesses space to grow

An artist impression of one of the studios at the Claremont Place luxury student accommodation, which has been acquired by Empiric Student Property

Newcastle student development acquired by London investors for £11m

Empiric Student Property Plc has acquired the freehold for the Claremont Place development, which is now taking bookings

Surge in demand for commercial property points to stronger North East economy

41% more surveyors in the North East saw demand for commercial property increase in Q1 2015, the latest RICS survey showed

The Hilton Newcastle Gateshead hotel

North East property deals top £154m in first three months of 2015

The most significant deal was the purchase of a Morrisons supermarket in Darlington for £45m

Quorum Business Park

UK business park take-up hits record high in Bilfinger GVA report

Cobalt Business Park recorded the biggest lettings but healthy activity was also noted at Quorum, Doxford and Fifth Avenue

Bar Berlise on Osborne Road, Newcastle, which is getting a £500,000 facelift

Cairn Group invests £500,000 on makeover to create new Newcastle bar

Around 20 new jobs will also be created in the project to transform Bar Berlise into a new destination bar called 97 & Social

Building work on Quayside Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Former Flynn's bar on Newcastle Quayside comes up for sale

"Live Theatre is looking for a high quality operator for this address to complement the Live Works office development," said Patrick Matheson

Buckley Burnett directors Andrew Burnett and Richard Buckley at Seaton Carew seafront, one of the developments they're leading on

Commercial property consultancy plots future growth after topping £500,0000 turnover

"Each year our turnover has increased and the challenge for us now is to continue to invest in the right people," said Richard Buckley

The exterior of the new Hampton by Hilton Newcastle

Investors look at North East property sector with renewed confidence

Rising areas including student accommodation, hotels and the automotive sector are delivering new, lucrative opportunities

David Jones, Senior Director in Bilfinger GVAs Business Rates team

Business rates deferment to cost the North and Midlands £2.3bn

Report findings suggest that over the same period it will cost the East of England, South East and South West £640m

The Tankerville Arms at Eglingham which is now on the market

Chance to take up the taps at Tankerville Arms in rural Northumberland

“This is a genuine retirement sale and would be an ideal opportunity for a couple or partnership,” says Rook Matthews Sayer

Tim Evans of Knight Frank

Tim Evans speaks of pride as he retires as head of Knight Frank's Newcastle office

"There is true vitality here with all working as one for the good of all. It is very special," says Tim Evans

Hannah Furness

Surveying industry appeals for more North East women to join its ranks

RICS launch campaign to encourage more North East women to consider surveying as a career option, in a bid to tackle workforce diversity issues

Business Supplement: Commercial Property Quarterly

An 8-page report on the region's commercial property marketplace

Click and collect lockers at Waitrose

UK planning laws to be changed to allow shops to install click-and-collect lockers

Moves are billed as boost to the high street with click-and-collect predicted to double in the next three years

FaulknerBrowns based in Newcastle are to create the design for the Beacon of Light centre in Sunderland

Top Newcastle architects Faulkner Browns to create Wearside Beacon of Light

Faulkner Browns has been chosen to create a design for the Beacon of Light, based at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland

Naylors won top spot for Office Agency in the North East and came second for Industrial

National competition names Naylors as top office agent in the North East

Naylors Chartered Surveyors has been named as the region’s ‘Most Active Agent’ of 2014 in the office sector

The Newcastle Quayside by Stephen Conaty

Who will trump the rest in commercial property adviser GVA's regional city analysis?

GVA has compiled key statistics on Grade A office markets for the Big Nine UK cities to compare in a kind of property industry “top trumps” system

Mark Dobbin, Sintons; Jenny Hearl, Eothen Homes; Alex Rayner, Sintons; Lesley Telford, Barclays

Eothen Homes to build £6.2m specialist care development in North Tyneside

The firm, which runs homes in Gosfoth and Whitley Bay, said the development will raise the bar in specialist dementia care.

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