One Heritage Group plc: Practical Completion of County House in Oldham
One Heritage Group PLC (LSE: OHG), the UK-based residential developer focused on the North of England, is pleased to announce its audited results for the year ended 30 June 2022.
Practical Completion of County House in Oldham
One Heritage Group PLC are pleased to announce the Practical Completion of Lincoln House, Bolton.
Progress Update: Liberty House, Bank Street – July 2022
Liberty House on Bank Street was built in 1894 and is a Grade II Listed former County Court House located in Sheffield City Centre within a Conservation Area. The site benefits from access to central Sheffield’s amenities and facilities, including
Progress Update: Lincoln House, Bolton – July 2022
Lincoln House is located on Nelson Street, a key arterial road into Bolton Town Centre which is a 10-minute walk to the north of the development. The site is well-served by public transport with the majority of Great Lever and
Progress Update: Oldham County Court – July 2022
Oldham County Court is located in Oldham Town Centre, boasting excellent local amenities and public transport links to both the wider Oldham area and Manchester City Centre. The four-storey former court closed in 2017, and the development of this brownfield
Progress Update: St Petersgate, Stockport – July 2022
St Petersgate is located within the heart of town Stockport town centre, approximately 6 miles south of Manchester City Centre. The site is a refurbishment development project which will see the site converted into a 5-storey residential development, inclusive of
Progress Update: 84 Queen Street, Sheffield – July 2022
The Queen Street development sits conveniently within the super-connected City of Sheffield. The site has immediate access to the Supertram, expansive bus lines, national train lines and motorways providing almost instant access to the city’s hotspots and beyond. Residents of
Progress Update: Oscar House – June 2022
Oscar House is located on land on the corner of Chester Road and Cleworth Street, Manchester. The site, formerly known as the ‘Bulls Head’ public house, will transform into a 5-storey building, comprising 27 self-contained apartments made up with a