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6 April 2022

Congratulations to our client, Evans Property Group, who have secured a 10-year lease in advance of completion to Interiors firm The Cotswold Company. The 140,000 sq ft unit, Axis 38, was constructed by GMI and features 8,900 sq ft of fitted offices and 33 parking spaces within a securely fenced yard. JPG are delighted to

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10 November 2021

Robert and Jenna Redmond recently presented local football team Aberford Albion with sponsored rain jackets. The club posted a much appreciated thank you “… we just want to take this minute to thank Robert Redmond and all at JPG in supporting Aberford Albion FC in sponsoring the 1st Team in getting rain jackets for those

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1 November 2021

Having successfully supported our client in the recent occupation of this 217,765 sq ft facility, we are pleased to see it being sold in a £29.6 million transaction to RTP Global RE Investment. The facility is described as the largest speculative unit to be built in the Liverpool city region for more than a decade.

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1 November 2021

The next phase of development at the Marshall Group site Eden Camp has broken ground with the construction of new facilities for Highways England. The development will comprise a salt barn, workshops, garages and offices. Ground preparation works have been completed and the building out of the ground can now begin.

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23 October 2021

After a successful project completion, students from the Harper and Keele Veterinary School have started their new academic year in a brand-new facility at Keele University. The state-of-the-art new building provides a home for the Harper and Keele Veterinary School – a joint venture with Harper Adams University – on Keele’s campus. Work on the

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14 October 2021

JPG are working with Braime Pressings Ltd in the design and delivery of their new atmosphere controlled warehouse and further redevelopments at their Hunslet Road site in Leeds.   The Braime Group comes with a rich heritage in Leeds and was founded by Thomas Braime back in 1888 with the historic Grade 2 listed factory

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