• NEWCASTLE UNDER LYME – PLANNING SUBMITTED

    14th August 2017

    Plans to regenerate Newcastle-under-Lyme town centre in a bid to boost shopping and create hundreds of new jobs have been submitted. The borough council says they include proposals for new shops, parking and student accommodation on the former Sainsbury’s site. The plans, submitted by Henry Davidson Developments and U+I will see work begin in mid […]

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  • CARE HOME OPERATOR SECURED – MOUNTSORREL

    20th July 2017

    HDD are pleased to announce that a Care Home Operator has been secured, Ideal Carehomes, by LNT for the plot LNT purchased from HDD in 2016. The new Care Home is under construction and sits next to HDD’s residential development in Mountsorrel.     http://www.idealcarehomes.co.uk/news/2017/07/20/ideal-carehomes-to-expand-portfolio-with-new-development-98

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  • MARKS & SPENCER TO OPEN LARGER FOODHALL IN LICHFIELD

    12th July 2017

    HDD are acting as Development Managers for U+I in the delivery of the Friarsgate scheme in Lichfield.   The property regeneration specialist, U+I, has announced that Friarsgate will feature Marks & Spencer, which will relocate its foodhall into a larger unit within the city centre development.         This announcement follows the news that The Light […]

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  • HENRY DAVIDSON SECURES £2m INVESTMENT

    7th July 2017

    HENRY DAVIDSON SECURES £2m INVESTMENT  Company to set up new headquarters in central Birmingham:- Deal provides facility to invest equity in development opportunities Investment from Finance Birmingham’s £56 million Regional Mezzanine Fund – open to all SMEs in the West Midlands   Midlands-based property development company Henry Davidson Developments (HDD) has secured a £2 million investment […]

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  • HDD Acquires 2 New Sites

    3rd July 2017

    Terms agreed for two new Development Sites in Southern England   HDD have agreed terms for the acquisition of two new sites, in both cases, forming part of major new residential schemes.   The sites, one in Kent, the other in Oxfordshire, have the benefit of outline planning and will be developed for a mix […]

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