Quarterbridge advised DMBC on the redevelopment of the Grade II listed Wool Market which formed part of the overall Markets estate in Doncaster town centre since March 2017. The Council secured regeneration grant funding from the Sheffield City Region Investment Fund (SCRIF) for these works, but the funding was time limited and therefore, a strict timeline for delivery was required.
MAM purchased Seven Sisters Market in 2015 as a going concern. The Market Hall forms part of the billion-pound regeneration of Tottenham led by the London Borough of Haringey supported by the GLA through the London Plan. Seven Sisters Market forms part of the proposed Wards Corner development at the junction of Tottenham High Road and Seven Sisters Road, above Seven Sisters Underground station. After acquiring the business MAM negotiated a new lease of the building from landowners London Underground Ltd.
In September 2017 Darlington Borough Council transferred its Market assets and staff to Market Asset Management by long lease. MAM now finances and operates the Covered Market Hall, two-day Open Market and ‘market rights’ across the Borough in partnership with DBC. The Market Hall and clocktower are iconic symbols of the town and securing a development partner was central to the regeneration strategy differentiating Darlington from regional competitors.
Quarterbridge were appointed to advise on the letting and management of the new market which opened in a town-centre position between two shopping-centres.
Quarterbridge was appointed to design, specify and project manage the redevelopment of the market and in particularly to provide a strong fresh food and catering offer.
Quarterbridge was instructed to review the market activities within Kingston On Thames and in particular the Ancient Market Place, Market House and Monday Street Market.
London Borough of Tower Hamlets appointed Quarterbridge and GL Hearn to prepare a Street Market Strategy, a retail planning strategy and regeneration proposals.
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Quarterbridge was appointed to identify potential locations to relocate Worksop’s open market and help revitalise the downward trend in traders and footfall.
Quarterbridge were appointed as development managers to assist in the market’s £3.2 million refurbishment and have managed the market post-development.