- PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
Manor has been established for more than 35 years and has delivered a huge range of projects across retail, leisure, commercial and residential markets.
Our current portfolio has a development value in excess of £850 million.
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A TASTE OF THE PAST...
Some completed schemes:
Queens Court, Queens Gardens, Hull
Manor was the sole developer of this 140,000 sq. ft. mixed residential scheme, which dominates central Hull’s Queens Gardens area, offering striking panoramic views across the city and marina.
The building is the regional headquarters of the BBC and contains a television broadcasting suite and office complex, 115 executive apartments and four penthouse apartments, all of which are supplied with free public internet access.
The development had a gross value of £25 million, which was part-funded by a £12m facility from RBS Leeds. It was designed by D.L.A in Wakefield.
Scunthorpe Retail Park
Scunthorpe Retail Park has attracted some of the biggest brands in the world, including Tesco, B&Q, Toys ‘R’ Us, T.K. Maxx, Next, Pizza Hut, McDonalds, K.F.C, Travel Lodge and Frankie and Benny’s.
The 300,000 sq. ft. development has a gross development value of £60m and is the result of a joint venture between Manor and a retail fund. The park has contributed significantly to Scunthorpe’s economy by providing a high-quality retail offer and creating 2,000 jobs.
On the outskirts of Lincoln, Lincolnfields comprises of eight separate developments spread across a 50 acre site.
Manor was the sole developer of this mixed-use project, and in line with other Manor developments, it has attracted some of the world’s biggest brands, including Mercedes, Land Rover, Lexus, Smart Car, Total Fitness, Lincat Factory and Ibis. It also includes an office park, trade park, restaurants and a pub.
With a gross development value of £100m, the project was part-funded by RBS Bank and was developed in assistance with C.A.D. Architects in Lincoln, engineers J.Y.M. Preston and various building contractors. The units have either been sold to owner occupiers or sold as a rented asset.
THE PRESENT AND FUTURE...
Developments on the way:
Extensive research into new areas of property development has seen Manor invest in the company’s largest and most sophisticated roll out programme to date. A comprehensive approach has led to an entirely new concept in student living.
Changes to the UK’s university funding programme has not altered the demand for places, with foreign student numbers at an all time high and set to rise, the demand for purpose built accommodation outstrips the supply.
Having anticipated this demand Manor is developing the QDOS Student portfolio which will provide 40,000 UK based student beds by 2022. Once again the company has exceeded expectations by providing a range of additional student specific facilities as standard. Each scheme will also benefit from an exceptional city centre or university centric locations. Manor believes that choosing Qdos Student Homes will be the first 'lifestyle choice' for the nation’s young learners.
With hotels among the portfolio of existing schemes, Manor is able to draw on past experience in the expansion of the company’s hotel development division. A specialist hotel property expert leads the hotel development team and international hotel operators have been carefully selected to run the first phase comprising six hotels, under management agreements. With it’s own identity and sense of place, each hotel will connect with a key element of urban space such as a river, square, leisure quarter or retail core. Locations include Edinburgh, Bath, Bristol and York.
In conjunction with Apollo Casino Resorts, obtaining Hull’s prestigious ‘super casino’ licence is in itself an achievement. Locating the casino in the Manor Mill mixed use development has provided a unique addition to the scheme, add public plaza with 4 branded restaurants, a four star hotel, 590 bed Qdos Student accommodation with it’s own facilities, 320 car parking spaces and 23 storey residential tower, (the city’s tallest building) and again Manor has exceeded expectations. Manor’s second super casino licence application is being considered favourably by Luton council, this area of development will add another dynamic to Manor’s portfolio.
Strategically located retail parks continue to be the preferred destination for shoppers. The Manor Quay scheme includes 500,000 sq.ft. of retail and leisure with the benefit of free parking. Marks and Spencer and Sainsbury’s, subject to formal approval, will provide the anchor. It’s location, adjacent to the A63, the main trunk road into the City of Hull provides ease of access without the need to navigate city traffic. Spectacular views across the Humber Estuary are a bonus and will help to create the category killer status Manor Quay will deliver.