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News in Brief – January 2024

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Taziker Industrial has announced that Neil Harrison has been appointed as CEO, supported by Jason Worrall as the Group Managing Director. These appointments follow a recent investment led by the company’s original founders, Tom Taziker, Nigel Taziker and Graham Moor, who now own a majority stake in the business and have re-joined the Board of Directors

Royal London Asset Management Property (RLAMP) has received planning approval for the redevelopment of Atlantic Park – a 74,300m2 all-electric, high-specification industrial and logistics development in Sefton, Liverpool. The scheme comprises seven units ranging from 3,900m2 to 19,500m2.

Developer Mission Street has received planning approval for a 6,000m2 life sciences space in the Cambridge Southern Cluster. Main contractor 8Build has been appointed to oversee the construction of the project, which is expected to start in the coming months.

Highlighting its strength in the sport and leisure sector, ISG has been appointed as main contractor for two leisure centres. A new £24M leisure facility will replace the original Sharley Park Leisure Centre in Clay Cross, Derbyshire, while in Durham, the Louisa Centre is set for an extensive overhaul and upgrade.

Morgan Sindall has been named as the main contractor for three new schools in Greater Manchester. The contract consists of Star Radcliffe Academy in Bury, Pear Tree Academy in Cheadle Hulme and Dixons Newall Green Academy in Wythenshawe.

Muse Developments has announced that the first phase of its Birkenhead town centre regeneration scheme is now complete, after two energy-efficient (Grade A, BREEAM ‘Excellent’) office buildings were handed over to Wirral Council from Wirral Growth Company. Leach Structural Steelwork fabricated, supplied and erected 1,100t of steelwork for the two buildings.

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