Expresso Property Limited is in the final stages of planning for a new high tech ‘Grade A’ business hub on Glasgow’s waterfront after concluding missives with Scottish Enterprise for the acquisition of 1A Pacific Quay.
Holmes Miller Architects has lodged plans on behalf of Expresso Property for a waterfront office block at Glasgow's Pacific Quay. Offering around 60.000sq/ft of accommodation across four floors, the block will also incorporate a lower ground floor providing 30 car parking spaces and cycle storage.
An ageing housing block on the edge of Perth city centre is to be regenerated to complement plans for a nearby £30 million cinema and shopping complex. The Courier has reported that Perth and Kinross Council is planning an overhaul of St Catherine’s Square to ensure it fits in with the Mill Quart
Expresso Property and development partner Ambassador Developments (Park Quadrant) Ltd have announced the beginning of on-site works at a 98 apartment development in Glasgow’s West End. Designed by architects Holmes Miller, Park Quadrant will complete the vision of the architect Charles Wilson’s
Nick Robinson and Stephen Hampshire of Expresso Property Expresso Property Limited has announced a major investment in mixed development property schemes which will transform three significant sites in Glasgow and Perth, and is actively seeking further development opportunities.
(from left) Stephen Hampshire from Expresso Property; Cllr Ian Campbell; Callum Purves, vice convenor environmental enterprise and infrastructure committee at Perth & Kinross Council with Nick Robinson and Ben Sherriff from Expresso Property Work to develop on a new landmark mixed leisure scheme
Detailed plans for the completion of the missing link at Glasgow’s Park Circus have been released to coincide with work getting underway on 98 apartments next month. Park Quadrant Residences will see Expresso Property complete the original 19th century masterplan of concentric rings conceived by C
Councillors have approved proposals to develop a major gap site in Perth city centre into a new leisure, retail and housing development. Designed by Holmes Miller, the £30 million Mill Quarter development will comprise of restaurants and bars, speciality shops, a cinema, gyms, housing, and a multi
Glasgow City Council has approved the sale of land in the city’s Park Quadrant, paving the way for the development of almost 100 homes at the site. City Property (Glasgow) LLP, on behalf of the council, announced the £5.7 million sale of an area of land in the area adjacent to Kelvingrove Park.
Plans to build almost 100 homes at Park Quadrant in the West End of Glasgow have been given the green light. Expresso Property intends to create 98 flats at the A-listed Victorian development overlooking Kelvingrove park.
The German government has objected to plans for 98 homes at Park Quadrant in the West End of Glasgow. A planning application for the £35 million project was lodged last month by Leeds-based developer Expresso Property, which acquired the land overlooking Kelvingrove Park from Glasgow City Council f
A planning application for 98 homes at Park Quadrant in the West End of Glasgow has been submitted to the city's council. Initial plans for the A-listed Victorian development were reduced from 111 properties after residents’ views were taken into consideration. The revised proposals also include r
Work on a £30 million Perth city centre regeneration project could begin as early as next year, according to developers behind the plans. Designed by Holmes Miller, the Mill Quarter development will comprise of restaurants and bars, speciality shops, a cinema, gyms, housing, and a multi storey car