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Mech Electrics Guide On How To Handle A Counter-Offer

You may think that accepting a new job offer and resigning from your current role is straightforward enough, but if your current employer then makes a counter offer – perhaps a pay rise, a bonus, or a new job title – it can throw a spanner in the works. Here are some points to consider […]

Marcus Worthington Group Project – Great Western Hall

Developer: Marcus Worthington Group Project value: £30m Architect: Leach Rhodes Walker Hotel rooms: 202 The developer outlined its plans the Sir Alfred Waterhouse-designed building earlier this year, and is aiming to fully refurbish the building to house a 202-bed hotel with a bar, restaurant, gym, and meetings rooms. An international hotel operator has been lined […]

Mech Electrics Guide on How To Resign

Whether you’re dissatisfied with your current position, have found something better or are simply ready for a change, resigning can be stressful. First you need to think about whether you’re actually ready to resign. Consider the following questions: Are you happy with your level of pay? Do you like and get on well with your […]

Mech Electrics Guide on How to write a CV

A well-written, concise and visually appealing CV is essential to help you to stand out from the crowd. Prospective employers often receive hundreds of applications, so submitting a CV which is hard to read, which doesn’t sell your skills or experience, or which contains easily avoided errors, may well mean that you end up in […]

The Factory – Manchester – St John’s Street Development

The Factory is part of the immense St John’s Street development. The whole development will take several years to complete and offer this area of Manchester a completely new landscape, with over 18 buildings to be completed, space will be created for apartments, commercial & living space, and the Factory that Manchester City Council has […]

London Road Fire Station, Manchester.

I started my own journey in Recruitment With Hays Montrose back in 1998. My daily commute was past this amazing building and it is most definitely one of my favourite in town; I think it’s up there with some of Manchester’s finest buildings. It will finally have some life put back into the building having […]

Allied London sets out ‘St John’s’ construction timeline.

As enabling works get under way, Allied London and Main Contractor Lendlease have outlined a six-year construction programme for the St John’s project in Manchester. Lendlease is due to deliver 18 buildings across the site, which stretches along the River Irwell between Water Street, Liverpool Road and Quay Street. Although final designs are still being […]

Planners back Wylfa as £20bn nuclear plant enters next stage

The Planning Inspectorate has formally accepted proposals to build a new nuclear plant at Wylfa on Anglesey, allowing the project’s developer Horizon Nuclear Power to move the scheme to the next stage. Horizon submitted a development consent order at the beginning of June, and following a 28-day statutory review period by the Planning Inspectorate, this […]

Vermont Lands First Tower At £250M Liverpool Site.

Elliot Group has appointed local contractor Vermont Construction to deliver the first of three towers on its £250m Infinity development on the northern edge of Liverpool’s business district. Vermont fought-off competition from Forrest to land the 123-metre-tall residential tower which will be the highest of the trio. Work clearing the Pall Mall site for the […]