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Bernstein tops Insider's inaugural Property Power 100

Manchester City Council's long-serving chief executive Sir Howard Bernstein has been revealed as the top name in North West Business Insider's inaugural Property Power 100 list. High-profile figures at Peel Group, Bruntwood, Allied London and Muse Developments also feature prominently in the rankings.

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Cuthbertson handed Merseyside brief at Lloyds

Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking has named Caroline Cuthbertson as its new area director of mid-markets for Merseyside.

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Two directors to resign from Jerrold Holdings

The deputy chief executive and the operations director of Cheadle-based mortgage loan provider Jerrold Holdings have signalled their intention to resign.

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102-bedroom Blackpool hotel changes hands

A 102-bedroom hotel with a range of bars, restaurants, meeting rooms, banqueting facilities and function areas on Blackpool's Queens Promenade has changed hands.

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New vision for former Boddingtons brewery

A revised vision to regenerate the former Boddingtons brewery site in Manchester has been drawn up to help guide future planning applications and maximise the potential of the area.

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Redx moves forward with potential MRSA drug

Liverpool-based Redx Pharma has reached pre-clinical development stage with a new anti-infective compound designed to fight MRSA infections.

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Festival Gardens site sold to city council

The transformation of Liverpool's Festival Gardens into a 'world-class cultural destination' has moved a step closer following the completion of a deal which provides the city council with ownership of the riverside site.

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Billington Group digests revenue rise

A family-owned group of food and agriculture businesses, whose Liverpool roots stretch back more than 150 years, has enjoyed another year of turnover and profit growth as it continues to expand its market share. The Billington Group, led by the great-great grandson of the original founder, said its performance had been boosted by the £36m acquisition of TSC Foods in 2014, which makes the Glorious! range of soup sold in Waitrose and Sainsbury's.

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