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Sheppard Robson wins approval to retrofit listed 60s offices in Manchester
Sheppard Robson and developer Bruntwood are planning to improve the Grade II-listed Pall Mall Court in Manchester’s city centre.
After laying empty for the past four years, the Grade II-listed Pall Mall Court in Manchester’s city centre will be retrofitted to improve airtightness and open the building to new use.
The building’s cladding will be ‘faithfully recreated’ with new cladding joints made by 3D printers a process which will allow improved airtightness and energy efficiency in the building.
‘We are deeply aware of our responsibility to help both our customers and the cities we operate within to achieve their sustainability goals. Alongside our existing cluster of forward-thinking city centre workspaces, the iconic Pall Mall will act as a blueprint for sustainable listed renovations and help our customers and the wider city to reach its net zero ambitions.’
Andrew Butterworth, Commercial Director at Bruntwood
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