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£100m Regent Street redevelopment confirmed

We have confirmed plans to redevelop Morley House, a £100m mixed retail and residential block at 314-322 Regent Street, north of Oxford Circus

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The Spirit of Christmas returns to Regent Street

The largest lights installation in the capital, ‘The Spirit of Christmas’ is returning for 2017, reimagined with new colours and additional touches to delight visitors and shoppers alike.

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The Crown Estate to consider new leasing for offshore wind projects

We have today announced that we will be working with the offshore wind sector and stakeholders to consider making new seabed rights available to offshore wind developers.  The Crown Estate is responsible for managing the seabed around England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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Over 100 local jobseekers attend Princesshay’s second successful jobs fair

Over 100 jobseekers attended the Recruit Princesshay jobs fair on Wednesday, helping to match local people to 50 retail and restaurant vacancies on offer, both at Exeter’s Princesshay and elsewhere in the city.

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The Gate launches urban garden project for Newcastle to bring new skills to the city’s young people

The Gate, Newcastle’s premier leisure destination, has launched an urban garden project with the aim of bringing new skills to young people from the city.

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The Crown Estate confirms sale of Altrincham Retail Park

We have agreed the sale of Altrincham Retail Park to clients of Orchard Street Investment Management for £63.05m. 

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