Councillors back £50m eight-storey Nottingham development
A £50m development in Nottingham has been unlocked as the project is approved. The city centre development, being brought forward by CERT Property (Sheriff Way Nottingham Ltd), is set to continue the transformation around Nottingham Train Station with the city boasting a number of major schemes in the area.
CERT property will create over 400 student beds and 149 apartments set for the PRS market. The project will be located on Crocus street, which is an ideal location for the scheme.
To read more on Nathan Spencer’s from built environment networking article, please click the link https://www.built-environment-networking.com/nottingham-crocus-street-residential/
Stalled £14m Ardwick development saved as CERT property steps in
Work is set to restart this week on the stalled Ardwick development “Polygon” in Manchester after a rescue deal was completed by developer & property investment firm, CERT property. The new-build residential project, where 45 apartments are being built close to the Manchester Royal Infirmary and The O2 Apollo, will now be taken forward by […]
CERT property enters planning for second Oldham Road apartment scheme
The Manchester-based developer has submitted plans for 90 apartments, which will be known as “Osborne Yard” on Oldham Road, Collyhurst and next door to the late Royal Osborne Theatre, which was demolished in 2010 and formerly home to acid house club The Thunderdome. The development will be CERT property’s second scheme on Oldham Road following […]
CERT property are hiring – Accounts Assistant
About the Company Our Manchester office is a central hub for our group of companies, with in-house specialisms in acquisition, development, management and marketing of real estate assets across a range of sectors We take a proactive and hands-on approach to business. The company has grown and this role offers the opportunity to join an […]