PIC makes £105m investment in net-zero hub

Investment will fund development of 130,000 square foot office in Manchester

Martin Richmond
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Pictured: Jeremy Quin MP (far left) and PIC Capital managing director Hayley Rees (centre-left) at an event on 23 February to mark the start of construction on the project
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Pictured: Jeremy Quin MP (far left) and PIC Capital managing director Hayley Rees (centre-left) at an event on 23 February to mark the start of construction on the project

Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) has partnered with Ask Real Estate (Ask) to begin construction on a £105m net-zero hub in Manchester.

The project, located in the city's First Street neighbourhood, will house a 130,000 square foot office which will be let to the Government Property Agency (GPA) for 25 years. The hub will generate ...

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