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by By David Walsh

More than 100 business leaders from across the North and Midlands have written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson urging him to commit to building HS2 in full.


They fear that despite the PM promising the full delivery of HS2 last February, there have recently been rumours that the Eastern Leg will be scrapped.



by By Love Belfast

Proposals for the exciting £10million redevelopment of buildings on Linenhall Street and Clarence Street within Belfast’s vibrant Linen Quarter are set to be submitted to Belfast City Council this winter as Surrey-based development company Domus UK Ltd, owned by NCH Capital Inc., seeks to invest in further regeneration of the district.

Under the proposed plans, Belfast’s historic Linen Quarter, one of the city’s most attractive areas, will host a new Grade A office development designed to enhance the district’s prominent position as a thriving employment and leisure destination.


By Matthew Lane

Before the pandemic struck, Build to Rent (BTR) was undeniably the property market’s fastest-growing trend. Many expect it to recover quickly, too, as returns are solid enough to have nervous institutional investors happily ploughing money into what is seen as something of a safe haven.

With commercial, office, retail and industrial all set to suffer as a result of Covid-19, residential’s popularity among pension funds, private equity firms and other major financial players is likely to soar.


by Stephen Farrell Senior Digital Staff Write

Almost 450 homes could be built on the site of a former leatherworks in Leeds if newly submitted plans get the go-ahead.

Domus UK, supported by WYG and Hester Architects, has submitted an application to Leeds City Council for the redevelopment of a site on Buslingthorpe Lane in Chapeltown.

The specialist residential property developer is seeking planning permission for 449 apartments across five buildings at Hilltop Works, a brownfield site and former leatherworks which has largely fallen into disuse since the 1960s.