Today Director Justin Marks handed over a cheque to staff at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital with a total of £636 raised from our Christmas jumper day! We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year (as we close up for Christmas until Tuesday 2nd January)!
We have been working alongside the Liverpool City Council and Willmott Dixon to open the new Victoria Street car park from noon on Monday 18th December. From then until Boxing Day, users will be able to use the car park FREE of charge! Instead drivers can make a voluntary contribution to the Mayor’s Hope Fund which supports disadvantaged families, helping to fund foodbanks. The new car park is opening after a £6.5m conversion from a ground level operation to a four floor mul
We are getting in the festive spirit here at LRW with Christmas games, competitions and gifts. Congratulations to all of our games winners today for the most festive look, worst festive look, guess the baby photo and Christmas puzzle. All whilst supporting Christmas Jumper Day and donating to Royal Manchester Children's Hospital Charity. As we celebrated another years hard work we enjoyed a sit down meal at Great John Street Hotel with a masquerade ball. A well deserved party
Today we submitted plans for Monaco House, a long-neglected site in Birmingham city centre. Working alongside MCR Property Group. The £275 million complex will feature a range of blocks, including two towers, 26 and 29 storeys high, standing alongside apartment blocks and townhouses at the heart of the build-to-rent scheme, providing more than a 1,000 one, two and three-bedroom homes for rent. Director Christian Gilham said "This purpose designed urban village will set a fres
Novotel, Canary Wharf bags it's second award of the month! Congratulations to our colleagues at KONCEPT id who won the 'Best Hotel Interior Design' at the Northern Design Awards and the prestigious Mixology North 2017! LRW worked alongside KONCEPT id on the 39 storey hotel which completed earlier this year; inspired by the industrial Martime age & Canary Islands. Throughout the building there are references to the ports rich heritage of exotic spices, rum, coffee and silk tha
Planning has been submitted for new canal side apartments in Altrincham. The 99 apartment development ranges from 3 to 9 storeys high. An existing brick warehouse on the site bordering the Bridgewater Canal will be knocked down to make way for the scheme, which will provide a mix of one, two, and three-bed apartments, alongside six two-bed townhouses. It will also include 104 car parking spaces and 99 cycle spaces, as well as a 6,000 sq ft internal courtyard for residents. Ch