Working With Charities & Landlords In Manchester

Manchester has a rich history intertwined with Great Britain’s industrial and commercial past. During the Industrial Revolution, Manchester emerged as a global textile powerhouse, leading to a boom in commercial property development to accommodate mills, warehouses, factories and accommodation for workers. Manchester’s infrastructure including the city’s Ship Canal and the growing rail network further boosted its commercial appeal by enhancing trade capabilities. The post-industrial decline saw some areas fall into disuse, but recent decades have witnessed an economic and cultural resurgence.

Modern Manchester has a vibrant commercial property sector. Our role within it is to introduce landlords and owners with empty properties to good causes and charities needing space. This enables the former to mitigate against unoccupied Business Rate penalties while contributing positively to local communities.

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