Promoting inward investment to the Sheffield City Region
Harworth Group plc is one of the largest property and regeneration companies across the North of England and the Midlands, owning and managing over 22,000 acres across 150 sites. Their experienced team works closely with local communities, public bodies, developers and other professionals to bring life to old brownfield sites and turn derelict land into employment areas and new homes, as well as low carbon energy projects and places where people want to be.
Their key Sheffield City Region developments include Gateway36 in Barnsley, Riverdale Park and Torne Park in Doncaster, and Waverley – its flagship site in Rotherham, Yorkshire’s largest ever brownfield mixed-use development that will eventually comprise 4,000 new homes and the world renowned Advanced Manufacturing Park.
Verdion is a major real estate developer, investor and asset manager with a specialist focus on logistics warehousing in Northern and Central Europe.
Verdion provides new buildings for Europe’s leading logistics, e-tailing and industrial companies on a full designed and financed basis. The company acquires and controls large areas of strategic development land to meet the needs of its potential clients.
The company’s development pipeline exceeds 10 million sq ft (930,000 sq m) of Grade A warehouse space across the Continent with an investment value of circa €800 million. It’s new build projects include the 6 million sq ft (557,400 sq m) iPort logistics development in Doncaster – a strategic rail freight interchange (SFRI) let to Amazon, Fellowes and CEVA.
Verdion is headquartered in Manchester Square, London, with offices in Düsseldorf, Germany and Malom, Sweden.
Network Space was established in 1981 and has since grown to become a leading developer, investor and manager of commercial property in the North West and Midlands.
The Group retains and manages a £130 million investment portfolio, totalling more than 3 million sq ft in over 60 locations. Over the years it has developed over 2.8 million sq ft of commercial floor space, two thirds of which remains in the investment portfolio today, and is currently bringing forward a further 1.9 million sq ft of new commercial development across a number of regions.
Network Space continues to seek new opportunities to expand its property portfolio, through both direct investment and new development. A strong financial base with low gearing, coupled with a model of retained earnings, mean that Network Space has significant resources available for the right opportunities. Being privately owned and with an experienced board the Group takes pride in its ability to make important decisions quickly and execute transactions within the required timescales.
The University of Sheffield
Turner & Townsend
For more than 70 years we’ve been helping to deliver transformational programmes across the real estate, infrastructure and natural resources sectors, making a difference to people’s lives and ensuring a return on investment for our clients and their investors.
In that time the landscape for capital projects has continually evolved, and we’ve stayed ahead of the curve, bringing clear thinking and rigorous processes.
Our Sheffield office, now in its 40th year, is an integral part of the business community and continues to go from strength to strength. We are the largest, independent real estate management consultant in Sheffield City Region and support our clients to deliver the region’s most prominent programmes and projects across the public and private sectors.
We are invested in the communities in which we work and our presence in MIPIM this year builds on the work we already do to promote Sheffield City Region as a great place to live, work and invest by taking it to a global audience.
Nick Jones, Director, Turner & Townsend
Nick’s is responsible for our project management business in Sheffield and holds positions on our UK Project Management Board, Global Innovation & Digital Committee and Property Data & Intelligence Committee.
As a trusted advisor to clients throughout the property industry, Nick has worked on some of the most high profile schemes in Sheffield City Region including the £380m Sheffield Retail Quarter encompassing a new flagship office for HSBC, and the £130m investment in a new leisure and retail development in the heart of Barnsley town centre.
From a professional experience spanning some 17 years, Nick is able to provide strategic advice on property development, programme and project management across the public and private sectors to give assurance on your investment and secure growth in the long term.
DLP Planning Ltd operate from 9 offices across the UK, specialising in providing planning and development advice to a diversity of parties. Whilst some 50-60% of DLP’s workload is geared towards the residential sector, the company has considerable commercial development experience and also has extensive experience in working with public sector clients.
We are vastly experienced in all aspects of planning and development promotion from site appraisals and planning applications, to public inquiry appearance and environmental impact assessment. The company provides a comprehensive service in terms of the preparation of development briefs and master plans for major residential, commercial, leisure, retail and mixed-use schemes. Recent projects have included proposals for major urban extensions and regional-scale employment park developments, as well as smaller-scale projects including those within historic environments and on urban regeneration sites.
DLP Planning Ltd offers an experienced and comprehensive project management service for the most complex of schemes. The company has close working relationships with national and local firms of accountants, solicitors, land agents, plus specialist engineering and environmental consultants.
Keepmoat is a partnership home builder and the leading provider of regeneration services in Great Britain.
We design, build, refurbish and regenerate places where people want to live.
We operate in a diverse range of markets and sectors including community regeneration, refurbishment, repairs and maintenance and housing development.