L-R: James Strong, Craig Rigby, Andy Delaney, Colin Siebert and Paul Harris of Colliers International Liverpool
Real estate advisors Colliers International have relocated to larger offices in Liverpool following a series of contract wins for high profile clients.
The six-strong team has moved to the landmark Exchange Flags office building in the centre of Liverpool’s Business District, after outgrowing its previous accommodation at India Buildings.
Headed by director Andy Delaney, the Colliers’ team outgrew its previous accommodation due to winning work for clients in Liverpool and the wider city region.
Clients include brownfield regeneration specialist St Modwen with Colliers’ advising on the £150m Great Homer Street scheme. The firm is also advising Kier Property and CTP on the £200m redevelopment of Pall Mall Exchange to deliver up to 400,000 sq ft of Grade A+ office space in the city centre alongside a hotel and public realm and acting for Stoford on its 1 million sq ft Liverpool 57 scheme, the largest logistics site in the city.
It is also providing strategic development advice to Liverpool City Council on its 100-acre Festival Gardens site and continues to act as development advisor for the £150m Cains Brewery mixed-use redevelopment site.
Andy Delaney said: “We opened our Liverpool office in India Buildings in January 2015 to establish a physical presence for Colliers in the three Northern Powerhouse capitals of Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool.
“We’ve expanded our team and outgrown that office following a substantial increase in our workload and look forward to strengthening our relationships with Liverpool’s most influential stakeholders from our new home at Exchange Flags, one of the most prestigious business addresses in the heart of the city.
“The decision to open in Liverpool has borne fruit and represents an integral part of our ongoing strategy to build our profile as a well-connected, specialist advisor to clients in key cities across the Northern Powerhouse region.”
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