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Work begins at last on 30 year-delayed Hayle Harbour redevelopment

The residents of a Cornish town have been on a roller coaster of hope and despair since the 1980s, when a redevelopment package for their harbour was first put together. Plans to regenerate Hayle harbour have been promised to locals for almost 40 years. After decades of dereliction and many failed attempts, the long-awaited transformation of the site is finally one step closer. This week, work started at North Quay, one of the parts of Hayle harbour which is hoped to be turned into a attractive destination in Cornwall. This first phase is set to…

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Leisure-led Merseyside developments tipped for property investment

Many property pundits have been espousing the benefits of investing in the North West to take advantage of low buy-in costs and high yields. Manchester has taken many of the plaudits in past decades, but Merseyside is now coming to the fore with demand driven by the numerous large-scale infrastructure developments taking place here. Liverpool had a difficult post-war period, but has been on an upward trajectory since being selected as the European Capital of Culture in 2008. The city has caught the eye of many investors in recent years…

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Dudley: deal reached to demolish ‘monument to stagnation’ for leisure scheme

Dudley office-block Cavendish House is a “monument to stagnation and it needs to go,” the West Midlands Mayor declared as a deal to have it knocked down was agreed. Andy Street has stepped in to provide £700,000 to break the deadlock over the derelict building overlooking Duncan Edwards Way in Dudley. The demolition of the vandalised former Inland Revenue offices will pave the way for the £82 million Portersfield retail, leisure and retail and residential development. West Midlands Combined Authority, headed by Mr Street, has stepped in to ensure the…

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