PYTHON PROPERTIES STARTS EIGHTH REGENERATION PROJECT IN THE NORTH

PYTHON PROPERTIES STARTS EIGHTH REGENERATION PROJECT IN THE NORTH

Teesside-based Python Properties is expanding its regeneration portfolio in the North thanks to its latest development project of an exquisite heritage building in Bolton.  

 

The Middlesbrough-based firm, which recently regenerated the iconic Cargo Fleet Offices, has begun its eighth major renaissance development to restore and refurbish St George’s House in Bolton.

 

The iconic five storey building, which was originally built in 1908 and was formerly the NHS Prescription Pricing Authority, will be transformed into high quality office and business space with an art gallery and bistro.

 

The major £1.5m project is the company’s second regeneration project in the North West after Bank Quay House in Warrington, which has been a major commercial success.

 

The renaissance project will include retaining and restoring original features of the building including the spectacular staircase, which acts as a central focus, and the decorative high ceilings that had previously been hidden-away by the previous occupant.

 

Peter Broome, Python Properties partner, said: “St George’s House completely restored will be a superb place to work and do business.  The regeneration project, which is anticipated to take four months, will respect the buildings past by retaining and re-establishing original features whilst providing tenants with first-class office and business facilities.”

 

“There will be a state-of-the-art art gallery and bistro within the ground floor entrance area of the building as well as a beautiful reception area.”

 

The developer has reported that the regeneration project is already attracting potential tenants to the property and reservations are now being taken. 

 

Martin Johnson, partner at Python Properties added, “St George’s House will be our eighth regeneration project in the North and a very exciting development for Bolton.  The building’s heritage and location within the town centre makes it very appealing office base, especially for SMEs".

 

For more information about any of Python Properties buildings please contact 01642 225100 or visit www.pythonproperties.co.uk.

 

 
 
 

     Python have a good management structure which look after the people in the building. They are excellent Landlords who actively work with you.

Jerry Clarke (Owner)
Food Glorious Food, Warrington (Former tenants at Bank Quay House)

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