News & Events
14th Sep 2018
Roger Hannah & Co are pleased to announce the recruitment of Matthew Godwin to further expand the already highly experienced Building Consultancy team. Matthew Joins us with over 10 years post graduation experience working across both Public and Private sectors, having relocated back to his North West roots from Newcastle.
7th Sep 2018
Acting on behalf of a Private Property Investment Company and owners of a number of trade counter and roadside investments, the Landlord & Tenant Department at Roger Hannah & Co has successfully completed negotiations for rent review purposes on two investment properties in the North West.
4th Sep 2018
Key legislation for Phase 2B of the HS2 line to Manchester and Leeds, which was expected to be submitted to Parliament in 2019, will now not be submitted until 2020.
24th Aug 2018
Roger Hannah & Co were instructed by a tenant of a popular Manchester City Centre restaurant following receipt of a rent review notice proposing an increase of circa 50% on the annual rent. Rent review being agreed at a nil increase, representing a saving in the region of £80,000
14th Aug 2018
Roger Hannah & Co, acting on behalf of Gorrie Ltd, is delighted to have completed the sale of a residential development site, comprising the former Bamber Bridge Mill.
3rd Aug 2018
Roger Hannah & Co have been appointed as Managing Agent of the brand new development of ‘Southfield 25’.
3rd Jul 2018
We have just been instructed to dispose of the landmark Cheetham Hill property known as “The Point”, with an asking of o.o. £3.25m. Read more...
5th Jun 2018
DBN Audile, the event experts have expanded to a larger facility in the North West’s prime industrial location, Trafford Park.
25th May 2018
The property comprises of 6 units and a prominent advertising agreement, with a total floor area of 16,400 sq. ft. providing a variety of operators, including motor services by Kwik Fit.
15th May 2018
Business Rates is often seen as a contentious tax at the root of the downfall of several high profile retailers and the slow death of the High Street. However, this is too simplistic.