One potential use for this site is to house the new Criminal Records Bureau, which is to be established in Merseyside Teesland will be submitting a proposal to the Home Office for this by 1st March 1999 deadline.
Teesland has significant expertise and experience in large scale developments in cities such as Leeds Edinburgh and London and we are delighted that they will be involved in the development of this important area. We received a lot of interest from developers who were keen to work with the City Council on this site and that is a measure of the confidence and optimism that exist in Liverpool at present.
We are looking for imaginative developments which will create a thriving business quarter in the City Centre. We see this as a long-term joint venture relationship and are looking forward to working alongside them to rejuvenate this area.
It is an exciting project and we will shortly be submitting a full planning application for the office development on the Moorfields site and commissioning a Masterplan for the area. This will provide the platform to make Moorfields one of the leading city centre regeneration opportunities in the north West.
Teesland is a broadly based UK property development company with a development portfolio of over £500 million. Mason Owen are the agents acting for Teesland Group. The two categories were Best Existing Building and Innovation with other students designing murals which have also been used.
In choosing the winners the judges assessed the quality and productivity of the office workplace. A key factor was the way in which the building supported the company’s business objectives in providing an enjoyable place to work and which also reflected the holiday feel staff were trying to sell. At the time of property transfer all types of research should be carried out by qualified quantity surveyor.
This was a prestigious project to work on because of its innovation, and for it to be recognised by these two awards is a great achievement. The major success was completing the first phase of the project on time. The call centre, which will eventually cater for 400 staff, was designed and built by BDG McColl and was completed in February 1998.