Manse Opus shortlisted for yet another award!
Joint developers Manse Opus have been shortlisted for the PROPS Awards ‘Deal of the Year’ for their pre-let to Meggitt at their site Prospero Ansty.
In Spring 2018, Manse Opus in their joint venture with Rolls-Royce secured planning consent for a 490,000 sq ft new headquarters building for Meggitt PLC, which is the first pre-let on the 2.3 million sq ft advanced manufacturing, research and office development site. The deal will be one of the UK’s largest industrial lettings for many years, and is confirmation of the manufacturing industry’s strength at a time of great political uncertainty.
The nomination comes just a week after their win at the Co-Star awards where the team took home ‘Deal of the Year’ as voted for by CoStar’s readers. It was also recently announced that the Prospero, Ansty project has been shortlisted for the 2019 Property Week Awards Deal of the Year.
For more information about Prospero Ansty, please visit the website. 2019 looks set to be a year of successes for Manse and Opus Land, who will be celebrating 10 years and 20 years in the industry respectively.
RETAIL: Stove Works Retail Park, Royal Leamington Spa
Opus Land and Savills Investment Management purchased a brownfield site, which was formerly a Ford Factory car park and obtained planning for a 60,000 sq. ft retail space, located just 0.5 miles from the town centre and 15 minutes’ walk from the train station.
INDUSTRIAL: Prospero, Ansty
Together with their joint venture partner, Manse LLP, and on behalf of Rolls-Royce, Opus Land are delivering more than 2 million sq. ft of space at Prospero, Ansty, starting with a 490,000 sq. ft manufacturing facility for Meggitt PLC.
WAREHOUSE: Conneqt Alpha
Opus Land and Bridges completed an 153,800 sq. ft unit with 16 loading doors at the Kingwood Lakeside Business Park in Cannock.
OFFICES: 54 Hagley Road, Birmingham
A 160,950 sq. ft multi-let office, three miles from Birmingham city centre which underwent a comprehensive refurbishment programme by Opus Land and was sold for £24.25m.