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195,000 sq ft regionally dominant shopping park to the north west of Birmingham.

Since the purchase in 2014, Quadrant Estates has secured a series of planning permissions and leasing agreements with 10 tenants which will enhance the tenant mix and food & beverage offer. Redevelopment works are due to start on site to subdivide units, build an infill unit and new pods as well improve the public realm.

Planning application for a brand new 240,000 sq ft offices-led mixed-use building in a prime central London location between Kensington and Hammersmith centres.

Quadrant Estates has been developing proposals to secure planning consent for a new Grade A offices-led, mixed-use building on the site of the former Cadby Hall on Hammersmith Road. The site was once home to the Cadby piano manufactory, and subsequently the home of the Joseph Lyons food-production empire.

135,000 sq ft Grade A office redevelopment adjacent to Blackfriars station, overlooking the River Thames.

Acquired in 2012 and substantially redeveloped, the building previously known as Carmelite House was pre-leased and pre-sold ahead of completion.

The completed redevelopment was awarded the London Midtown Office Deal of the Year Award 2014.

New development of 100,000 sq ft offices and retail space in a prime City core location adjacent to Bank Underground Station and The Bank of England.

Acquired in 2011 in joint venture with the City of London Corporation. Fully demolished the existing 1960s and 1970s office buildings and redeveloped the site with 100 Cheapside. The brand new Grade A building was pre-sold ahead of completion to Standard Life Investments.

339,000 sq. ft. Open A1 Shopping Park scheme in the major Welsh City of Swansea.

Acquired in 2015 and already substantially improved, with the addition of a new flagship Next Fashion and Home store as well upgrades of the common parts and public realm.

The Boots lease has been extended and rent review settlements reached with several tenants as well as further asset management and development initiatives underway.

185,000 sq ft catchment dominant retail park in North West Glasgow, anchored by B&Q and DSG.

Acquired in 2013 and already substantially improved through the leasing of vacant units to Tapi and B&M and securing planning consent for three restaurants pre-let to Starbucks, McDonalds and KFC. The construction works are underway and in the light of this lease regears are being agreed with anchor tenants.

New development of 235,000 sq ft offices and gym space in a prime City core location adjacent the new Crossrail station at Liverpool Street. UK headquarters of coworking space provider, WeWork.

Acquired in 2010 in joint venture with BlackRock (formerly MGPA) and CarVal Investors. Fully demolished the existing Moorgate telephone exchange building and redeveloped the site with Moorgate Exchange. The brand new Grade A building was sold ahead of business plan in September 2014 to Brookfield Office Properties.

182,000 sq ft of retail and leisure on Sauchiehall Street with a 377 spaces car park above.

Acquired in March 2015, the property benefits from long income as well as significant potential for strategic asset management and development.

Following 6 leasing transactions in the first 18 months of ownership to maintain the long income and attract new operators, the property is currently undergoing partial refurbishment to improve its appearance and the food & beverage provision for customers.

138,500 sq ft shopping park in Oxford, anchored by a Sainsbury’s foodstore.

Acquired in 2013 with KKR. Following active asset management the park was sold fully let with an average weighted lease term of 10.9 years to Pramerica in January 2016 for £67m representing a net initial yield of 4.99%.

22 acre waterfront mixed use development site.

Acquired in 2008. Following complex negotiations with stakeholders planning consent for a comprehensive mixed use redevelopment has been achieved.

17 screen city centre multiplex cinema.

Acquired in 2014. The occupational leases were regeared to release a significant capital uplift and the property was sold 8 months later.

104,000 sq ft retail warehouse accommodation let to B&Q and Morrisons.

Solus B&Q purchased in 2013. Planning was secured to split and extend the unit which is now let to B&Q and Morrisons, diversifying the income away from a single tenant and increasing the WALT.

This was a speculative office development funded internally with debt finance. The building was practically completed in January 2009 and let to Smiths Medical International for their European Headquarters in March 2009. 

A 125,000sq ft retail park located close to Colchester railway station with easy access from the A12, adjacent to an Asda supermarket. 

Quadrant Estates acquired the retail park in 2011. Re-letting of various units has been undertaken. Further schemes for additional retail and restaurant space are underway.

The former headquaters of British Rail was acquired in 1998 and simultaneously pre let to Learning Tree International. This was subject to the completion of a comprehensive refurbishment and bespoke fit out. These works involved intensive specialist IT and air conditioning installation to accommodate the tenant’s high level of occupancy and computer facilities. Following completion the building was sold to The Prudential in 1999.

This development was a departure from the outline planning consent for the park and provides a neighbourhood centre for the park and surrounding residential area. The development comprises a retail parade with tenants including One Stop, Pizza Hut, Coral, Delmergate pharmacy along with a Marstons pub, Busy Bees children’s day nursery and a medical centre. The scheme was largely pre-let and a full forward funding was provided by Stone Blue Holdings.

This was Quadrant’s first speculative office development at Eureka Park, following the securing of a new outline planning consent for 1.25 million sq ft for B1 (offices and light industrial) in 2006. 35% was pre-let/sold prior to construction start with the balance all let/sold within 12 months of practical completion. The scheme was funded internally with debt finance.

Appointed by Deutsche Postbank to asset manage trunk road service station portfolio.

The requirement was to complete outstanding development matters and let the vacant units in order to recover value on behalf of the Administrators.

A brownfield site redevelopment provided a purpose built health and fitness unit of 25,000 sq ft for Cannons including a day nursery for Just Learning. The site fronted the new link road from the A2 to the town centre and was part of a comprehensive regeneration project for the area. Construction commenced in November 2001 with completion achieved in July 2002; the scheme was subsequently sold to a private investor.

The acquisition of these prime city office premises was undertaken by Leadenhall Properties in May 1999, following identification by Quadrant Estates as suitable for refurbishment. Quadrant Estates were appointed as development consultants to represent Leadenhall on all aspects of the scheme from design to the refurbishment contract. The comprehensive refurbishment and reconfiguration was undertaken to provide an A3 Unit on the ground and lower floors with high grade offices above.

This town centre investment of retail at ground floor with offices above was purchased in December 2004 as an investment property where significant value could be added through active asset management.

The land was purchased from Cofton Land as part of one of the UK’s largest residential developments of approximately 3,000 new homes. The District Centre was designed to provide amenity for the residential occupiers and has been let to a spectrum of retail, restaurant and associated neighbourhood occupiers including a public house. Following completion the development was sold to a consortium of private investors.

The site, formerly a Mercedes Benz motor dealership, was purchased unconditionally and thereafter planning consent was achieved for change of use to retail with an associated extension. Following this the property was sold to ABF Pension Fund and Quadrant were retained as development partner to progress the scheme. The completed development offers approximately 15,110 sqft of retail warehouse space at ground floor and a sales mezzanine of a further 4,900 sq ft and was pre-let to Borders.

This town centre building was the former Allders department store. It was acquired in January 2002 from Lidl and pre-let to Peacocks, MFI and JJB Sports. The development programme included reconfiguring the former department store to provide three retail units at ground floor together with a High Street entrance and escalators to first and second floor accommodation for JJB Sports. The scheme was fully forward funded by Sydney & London Properties.

Quadrant Estates in conjunction with Cargill Financial Markets purchased the business and research park in November 2001 from Aventis. The 23 acre site provided approximately 135,000sq ft of laboratory, office and workshop accommodation. Upon purchase Quadrant Estates carried out a programme of comprehensive refurbishment and improvement. This resulted in lettings to a variety of tenants, following which the investment was sold in April 2004.

The 6.4 acre site was acquired from The Post Office Property Holdings in October 1999 and planning consent was achieved for 133,000 sq ft of warehousing accommodation of which 110,000 was in a single unit and pre-let to Recall/Sentinel. The remaining 23,000 sq ft was let upon practical completion to Fun Time Gifts Ltd. The project was fully forward funded by British Land.

The site was acquired in October 2002 from the Hedge End Partnership (J Sainsbury/Marks and Spencer) with the intention of carrying out a development of trade counter units with two restaurant units. At the time of purchase the site was approximately 70% pre-let.

The development was fully forward funded by Scottish Widows with completion achieved in June 2003.

The premises was a former Natwest bank branch adjacent to the Lloyds Building. The building originally comprised approximately 8,200 sq ft arranged over basement, ground and four upper floors. Following a radical redesign, planning consent was granted to refurbish and extend the building to approximately 16,800 sq ft over basement, ground and seven upper floors with a change of use at ground floor level to A3.

This former car showroom of 12,000 sq ft was acquired in May 2000 from a local motor franchise group, conditional upon receipt of planning permission for a change for use to health and fitness. Planning consent for change of use and extension of the premises to 20,000 sq ft was achieved. Thereafter the freehold interest was sold to LA Fitness.

This 2 acre site, adjacent to the A414 and Chelmsford town centre, was purchased with the benefit of an existing outline planning consent for a neighbourhood centre in conjunction with a 24 acre residential development.

Following a successful planning appeal, a retail and pub scheme was developed and completed. The scheme was fully forward funded by British Land Universal.

A freehold retail investment on a site of 0.89 acres, let to Courts plc, in Canterbury city centre. The property was purchased in March 2003 with the intention of redeveloping to provide a residential scheme including a mixture of town houses and flats. Planning consent was achieved for 62 units and the site was subsequently sold to Saxon Homes.

This former furniture warehouse was acquired in July 2006 and planning was achieved for 21,000 sqft of Open A1 Non-food retail development on the 1.3 acre edge of town site. The development was prelet to New Look, Peacocks, Pets at Home and Dreams. Construction commenced in February 2009 and completed in August 2009. The project was forward funded by Rowe & Co Cornwall (Properties) Ltd.

This office investment let to Canterbury College with an unexpired term of three years, was purchased in April 2001 with the intention to secure a change of use for student accommodation and refurbish the property. The lease to Canterbury College was subsequently regeared and the property was sold.

This was a redundant site of approximately 1.5 acres in Blandford, owned by Hall and Woodhouse Brewery.

The site was within a conservation area on the edge of the historic town centre and adjacent to Tesco. Following detailed negotiations with the Local Planning Authority, Quadrant Estates successfully obtained planning consent for the demolition of the existing buildings and redevelopment of a retail warehouse of approximately 21,500 sq ft plus garden centre. This was pre-let to Homebase and the freehold of the completed development was retained by Hall and Woodhouse Brewery.

The site was a former Post Office staff training facility. It was purchased with the cooperation of Bloor Homes, who acquired the surplus 10 acres for residential development. A programme of reconfiguration and refurbishment to provide 75,000 sq ft of flexible office accommodation in 37 individual units has been carried out with 4 units remaining uncommitted.

A car showroom and health and fitness club development in a prominent position on the main A4019. The site lies opposite the Gallagher retail park, adjacent to a number of existing motor trade outlets. The development comprised a major refurbishment and reconfiguration of existing motor premises.

It now includes a car showroom of 15,000 sq ft and a health and fitness club of 22,000 sq ft. The units were pre-let to Bristol Street Motors and LA Fitness and the completed development sold to British Land.

9.6 acre development site acquired from the Receiver to Marlow Ropes together with Helical Bar Plc and redeveloped to provide 150,000 sq ft of mixed B1/B8/A1/A£