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Gilbanks teams up with Gary Neville’s Relentless Developments.

Gary Neville’s Relentless Developments has signed a deal with premium serviced office provider, Gilbanks, for c.34,000 sq ft of office space at No.1 St Michael’s in Manchester.

The Leeds-based flexible office space provider will occupy 1.5 floors at the £400m development. The announcement follows an extensive search and selection process for a serviced office partner at the new development.

The move will see Gilbanks create its largest community for office professionals to date. Successful operations are already running in Leeds and at 11 York Street in Manchester city centre.

No.1 St Michael’s is expected to be the first fully Net Zero Carbon commercial development in the city, both in operation and delivery. Comprising nine floors of best-in-class office space and a Japanese-Peruvian rooftop restaurant from Chotto Matte, it is set to achieve world-leading standards in sustainability and wellbeing.

Gary Neville, director at Relentless Developments, said: “Gilbanks is raising the bar within the serviced office market by focusing on distinctively designed buildings in prime locations. This echoes our own vision for St Michael’s as we set new standards for sustainable commercial workspace here in Manchester.

“It’s really important we select partners that reflect our huge ambitions for this scheme, and we’re confident Gilbanks will do that when they move into the building at the end of the year.”

Construction commenced in January 2022, with completion due later this year. The scheme is being brought to the market through a collaboration between Relentless Developments and stakeholders KKR.

Alex Duckett, managing director of Gilbanks, said: “By partnering with Relentless Developments on the St Michael’s project, we are making a clear statement that we are committed to working with ambitious and innovative developers on projects that will set new standards in the industry. The new professional community at St Michael’s will feature the latest technology to enable hybrid working for companies with global ambitions.”

Acting on behalf of Gilbanks, Andrew Cowell, Transactions and Asset management at OBI, said: “Our mandate was to find the best-in-class building in Manchester for Gilbanks and St Michael’s fully delivers against this brief. St Michael’s is lifting the standard for new build office developments in the city and will become a flagship location for Gilbanks to grow their portfolio of high-quality managed workspace.”

Joe Rigby, senior director at CBRE, acting for Relentless Developments, said: “Our client recognised that a provision of the high-quality flexible workspace was a critical consideration in creating a thriving ecosystem and community for a development of this scale. Gilbanks was quickly identified as the preferred flexible workspace partner owing to their reputation and quality of clients which fully complement the vision for St Michael’s as a destination for ambitious professional businesses in the city.”

Pictured: (left to right) Louise Kilbride from Relentless, Alex Duckett and Gary Neville.

About Relentless Developments

Relentless Developments is a property development company led by Anthony Kilbride and Gary Neville. Projects to date include Hotel Football in Old Trafford and the Stock Exchange Hotel in the city centre.

Fairfield Business Park in Penistone sold to lead tenant

Fairfield Business Park in Penistone, Barnsley, has been sold in a multi-million-pound deal.

Over the past two years, the site has been fully developed from being unoccupied into a thriving business park by family-run, Barnsley-based property and land specialists, Fairbank Investments Ltd.

The fully-let park has been bought by international packaging business Neal Brothers, for a seven-figure sum. Neal Brothers are the main tenants on the site, running their export packaging business from their onsite warehouse.

Located in the heart of Penistone, the historic former David Brown plant shut at the end of 2020 when former owner, SPX, transferred its production and manufacturing processes to an alternative UK production site, leading to job losses and vacant premises.

The 1930s factory development, once a major manufacturing hub employing more than 1,500 people at its peak production period, was given a new lease of life after being acquired by Fairbank Investments in March 2021.

Fairbank Investments bought the four-acre Green Road site after spotting its huge potential to create employment and restore economic prosperity to the town. The development progressed with the Fairbank Investments team prioritising eco-friendly design and sensitive building practices, employing the same meticulous design and sustainability ethos displayed in all of its regeneration projects.

Opened by shipmaker Cammell Laird in the late 19th century, the site was mothballed in 1930 but taken over by industrialist Sir David Brown in 1935. Sir David established foundry, pumps and fabrication operations in Penistone which produced bullet-proof castings during the Second World War and later specialised in manufacturing pumps for the global oil and gas industry.

The park currently consists of 14 independent offices totalling 15,000 sq ft which is home to a range of flourishing independent businesses with a further 66,000 sq ft of warehouse space which has been occupied by main tenants, Neal Brothers since late 2021.

Neal Brothers’ warehouse has prime access, high eves, roller shutter doors and an overhead crane. The facility has enabled the US-based international business to extend its existing operations in the north of England. The company has recruited staff locally and the operation has grown significantly since launching three years ago.

Other successful businesses operating from the site range from financial planning experts and a construction and building specialist to numerous clothing and accessories retailers and a pet grooming salon.

Alex Sewell of Fairbank Investments, commented: “We are thrilled that our vision to revitalise a local site of such historical importance has been fully realised and we have sold the business park as a thriving commercial hub, resulting in job creation and a bright future for the area. The legacy is an important one for the town following a few years of uncertainty but there is a diverse range of businesses on site, which have all created local employment opportunities and fully regenerated the area.

Added Joseph Green of Fairbank Investments: “When the production facility closed in 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic, this resulted in widespread redundancies, and the future of the site in Penistone looked incredibly bleak. As a local family business in the area and living locally ourselves, we wanted to take positive action and restore the site to its former glory, fully benefitting the town and the local economy. We are incredibly proud and satisfied that we’ve achieved this objective and have left the business park in very secure and capable hands. We will watch with interest as the site continues to flourish and the businesses on site go on to even greater success. As a progressive property business, we look forward to delivering similar outcomes for existing and new local regeneration projects.”

Two years ago Fairbank Investments acquired the historic partially Grade II-listed coal drops, signal house, and former railway siding site at Penistone in Barnsley, signalling a new chapter of growth and development for the area.

It recently unveiled the highly anticipated next phase of development for the site. With the next stage of the site’s transformative journey, Fairbank Investments is marking a significant moment in Penistone’s history, with the development promising an inspiring blend of heritage preservation and modern rejuvenation.

Pictured: (Left) Joseph Green and Alex Sewell (right) of Fairbank Investments Ltd who have sold the Fairfield Business Park in Penistone to Neal Brothers.


Winvic and Royal London Mutual Insurance Society Limited Celebrate Groundbreaking at Former Rolls Royce Site in Liverpool

Winvic Construction Ltd, a leading main contractor that specialises in the design and delivery of private and public construction and civil engineering projects has won a £35.8 million contract to design and construct four warehouse facilities at Atlantic Park in Bootle, Liverpool for Royal London Mutual Insurance Society Limited. The companies celebrated the start of the 41-week programme at a groundbreaking event.

Atlantic Park is 52-acres and is the former site of the Rolls Royce Engineering Works Factory and other industrial and commercial buildings. Winvic will first be excavating existing concrete slabs and preparing the ground for construction. The four industrial warehouse units are 40,000 sq ft, 50,000 sq ft, 110,000 sq ft and 125,000 sq ft and each will comprise two-storey office space.

The scheme has been designed in accordance with Royal London’s Sustainability Strategy, which aims for new build property developments to achieve Net Zero by 2030. Winvic will be delivering the project as Net Zero Carbon in Construction and employing its tried and tested Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) process, which is aligned with the UKGBC and LETI, and third-party verified. As part of the design strategy, 30 per cent GGBS will replace in situ concrete, 98 per cent recycled scrap metal will be utilised in the reinforcement steel and water recycling will reduce mains water use by 40 per cent compared to the BREEAM target.


Photo caption: CGI of Atlantic Park


BREEAM Excellent and an EPC A rating is being targeted and the project will deliver a 10 per cent biodiversity net gain; bird, bat and insect nest boxes will also be installed. The project delivery also includes the installation of new services, separate concrete service yards an access road and all hard and soft landscaping. 20 per cent of the car parking spaces will be enabled for electric vehicles.


In line with Winvic’s commitment to leaving a positive legacy in communities local to projects and S106 requirements, the contractor has developed an Employment and Skills Plan. Winvic will continue to work closely with Sefton@work and InvestSefton – as well as its supply chain partners – to match employment and training opportunities with people from the local area and collaborate with local education providers to provide career talks and work experience placements.

Representatives from Royal London Mutual Insurance Society Limited, Gardiner & Theobald and Winvic Construction Ltd

Danny Nelson, Winvic’s Head of Industrial, Distribution and Logistics, commented: “We’re delighted to have impressed the Royal London team during the tender process and are ready to deliver four industrial facilities as Net Zero in construction for our new client. I’d like to thank them so far for a great start. Our social value team has also begun planning and will be using their collaborative skills to bring benefits to local people. The site isn’t without its challenges due its former use, but we have successfully remediated the ground on numerous projects and are confident to deliver the scheme by the end of 2024.”


Matthew Barnes, Senior Asset Manager from Royal London Mutual Insurance Society Limited, added: “We are pleased to be partnering with Winvic to deliver the next important phase of the Atlantic Park master plan, bringing much needed employment and economic growth to the northwest region. The scheme will showcase Royal London’s commitment to its sustainability principles and its ambition to create real long-term investment value for its members.”


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  1. CGI of Atlantic Park

Dynamic plans unveiled for Penistone’s historic coal drops heritage site

A prominent family-run, Barnsley-based property and land company, has unveiled the highly anticipated next phase of development for Penistone’s coal drops, signal house, and former railway siding site.

With this next stage of the site’s transformative journey, Fairbank Investments is marking a significant moment in Penistone’s history, with the development promising an inspiring blend of heritage preservation and modern rejuvenation.

The company has revealed updated designs that present a blend of tradition and innovation. Available for viewing on Fairbank Investments official website, the renderings offer a compelling glimpse into the future, showcasing a meticulously crafted vision for the site’s revitalisation while honouring its rich historical legacy.

The new designs demonstrate how Fairbank Investments envisages how the coal drops and the land will look once fully transformed. The plans are subject to final approval.

Throughout the design process, Fairbank Investments has remained steadfast in its commitment to collaboration and community engagement. While continuing to work closely with local authorities and the community, the project team ensures that every aspect of the development aligns seamlessly with the needs and aspirations of the Penistone community.

Steeped in history, the coal drops site stands as a poignant reminder of Penistone’s industrial past. In recognition of its cultural significance, Fairbank Investments has embraced the opportunity to breathe new life into these iconic structures, preserving their heritage while welcoming a new era of prosperity.

Fairbank Investments has a proven track record of successful, sustainable development projects such as the former David Brown factory on Green Road in Penistone. The company revitalised the site after transforming it into a new business park with 15,000 sq ft of offices and a further 66,000 sq ft of warehouse space, creating new jobs and attracting multiple businesses to the area, prioritising eco-friendly design and building practices. The same meticulous design and sustainability ethos is also being applied to the coal drops development.

Addressing concerns regarding current access issues with grace and responsibility, Fairbank Investments remains fully committed to public safety. While construction and planning is underway, access to certain areas will be removed. However, alternate routes closeby will ensure that businesses along St Mary’s Street remain accessible to all.

Fairbank Investments will continue to work with the community and local authorities to ensure a secondary access upon completion of the works, reaffirming their commitment to responsible development practices.

Antony Green, Managing Director of Fairbank Investments, commented: “Our vision extends beyond bricks and mortar; it’s about creating a lasting legacy that enriches the fabric of Penistone’s identity. We’re honoured to play a role in shaping the future of this historic site.

“Working in tandem with local authorities and community groups, we pride ourselves on delivering positive, proactive development results and have demonstrated this repeatedly over many years of business success. We turned the redundant site at the old David Brown site in Penistone into the thriving Fairfield Business Park, generating employment and helping multiple start-up companies and we intend to do the same at the coal drops site. Our current development represents a bright new beginning for a site that without our investment and vision would have likely remained a permanent wasteland.”

Fairbank Investments updated site plan designs are available to view on the company’s website:


What Are Your Options When Installing A Suspended Ceiling In Your Workplace

The importance of a well-designed ceiling cannot be overstated when you want to create an optimal work environment for your employees and business. A suspended ceiling, or a drop ceiling, offers practicality, aesthetics, and functionality, making it a popular choice for many companies. Whether you are renovating an existing workspace or designing a new one, choosing the right suspended ceiling can significantly enhance the ambience and functionality of your workplace. There are various options available regarding suspended ceilings, and you can see some of the options listed below to help you get started.

Acoustic Ceilings

Noise can be a significant distraction in a bustling workplace, and acoustic suspended ceilings are designed to absorb sound, reducing echo, and creating a quieter environment. These ceilings typically feature special tiles or panels engineered to dampen sound vibrations, making them an excellent choice for offices, conference rooms, and other areas where noise control is essential. If your office space gets rather noisy, a suspended ceiling with acoustic tiles is ideal and can help make your workplace much more comfortable.

Aesthetic Appeal With Decorative Tiles

Suspended ceilings offer a wide range of design possibilities, enhancing the visual appeal of your workspace. Decorative tiles come in various styles, textures, and finishes, allowing you to create a look that complements your overall interior design scheme. From sleek and modern to classic and elegant, there’s a decorative tile option to suit every taste and style preference. They are also available in various materials, so you should be able to find ceiling tiles that match your needs easily.

Lighting Integration

Lighting is crucial in any workspace, and suspended ceilings offer the perfect opportunity to integrate lighting fixtures seamlessly. Recessed, track, and LED lighting panels can be easily incorporated into suspended ceiling systems, providing ambient and task lighting as needed. This integration enhances the space’s functionality and contributes to energy efficiency and cost savings. Using an MF ceiling system and integrating your lighting can help you create the ideal workplace for your business and ensure the space is comfortable for your employees.

Fire Safety Considerations

Safety should always be a top priority in any workplace environment, and suspended ceiling systems can be designed to meet stringent fire safety regulations, incorporating fire-resistant materials, and ensuring compliance with building regulations. By choosing a suspended ceiling with fire-rated components, you can enhance the safety and security of your workspace, providing peace of mind for employees and visitors alike. You can help ensure that your workplace looks fantastic, is functional for your business, and most importantly is safe, specially in the event of fire.

Accessibility & Maintenance

One key advantage of suspended ceilings is their accessibility. The modular nature of suspended ceiling systems allows easy access to overhead infrastructure, such as wiring, plumbing, and HVAC ducts. This accessibility simplifies maintenance and repairs, reducing downtime and costs associated with servicing building systems. Additionally, you can easily remove and replace the suspended ceiling tiles, making it simple to update or repair damaged sections as needed.

Environmental Considerations

In today’s environmentally conscious world, sustainability is a major consideration for many businesses. Suspended ceiling systems can contribute to green building initiatives by incorporating eco-friendly materials and promoting energy efficiency. Look for ceiling tiles made from recycled content or manufactured using sustainable practices. Additionally, suspended ceilings can be designed to improve thermal insulation, reducing energy consumption and lowering carbon emissions. Your suspended ceiling can help increase the eco credentials of your business, and do its bit to protect our planet.

Customisation Options

Every workplace is unique, and your suspended ceiling should reflect your business’s specific needs and requirements. Many manufacturers offer customisation options, allowing you to tailor your suspended ceiling system to meet your specifications. Whether you need special acoustic properties, specific lighting arrangements, or branded design elements, customisation ensures that your suspended ceiling perfectly complements your workspace. Most companies that supply and install suspended ceilings can provide custom ceilings for your workplace, so finding a suitable company should be easy.

Cost-Effective Solutions

While quality is essential, cost considerations are also significant for businesses. Suspended ceilings offer a cost-effective solution for enhancing your workplace’s aesthetic appeal and functionality. Unlike traditional plasterboard ceilings, suspended ceilings are typically more affordable to install and maintain. Additionally, their modular design can help reduce construction time and labour costs, making them a budget-friendly choice for businesses of all sizes.

Installing a suspended ceiling in your workplace offers many options to enhance functionality, aesthetics, and practicality. Whether you prioritise acoustic performance, visual appeal, safety, or sustainability, you can find a suspended ceiling solution to meet your needs. By carefully considering your options and working with experienced professionals, you can create a workspace that looks great and promotes productivity, comfort, and well-being for everyone who enters it. Look at the various options available for a suspended ceiling and see how it can transform your workplace and benefit your business.


Boost for Shropshire Business as premier commercial business park gets underway

Morris Property has been granted planning permission at its landmark 28-acre site on Oteley Road, Shrewsbury, adjacent to Shrewsbury Town Football Club, creating highly sought-after commercial space available for purchase or rent at this prime location from Summer 2024.

As a long-awaited allocated employment land release on this side of Shrewsbury town centre, the development will help fuel the local economy providing speculative and bespoke units ranging from distribution warehousing to offices, with environmental benefits and infrastructure to meet the demands of the 21st century occupier.


Chris Morris, Director, Morris Property commented: “Despite keen demand for business units on this side of the town, we are aware that economic times remain tough, so we have designed our units to be cost and energy-efficient.  We are providing flexible commercial space ranging from 1,850 ft² to 175,000 ft² underpinned by Morris Property’s assurance of quality build and service.

He continued: “We have been working closely with Shropshire Council as supporters of inward investment serving Shropshire and Mid Wales and, in partnership with the WMCA and Frontier Development Capital (FDC), we are excited to be transforming this site into a vibrant commercial centre.”


Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands and WMCA Chair, said: “It’s been a challenging couple of years for the West Midlands region but throughout that time the WMCA has continued to invest in schemes such as Stadium Point to help drive economic growth.

“These investments are providing new commercial spaces for our job-creating businesses so it’s great to see this latest scheme getting underway. Once completed we expect upwards of 350 jobs based on the site, which is great news for local people and the town’s economy.”


Stadium Point, with its build-to-suit opportunities, has excellent welfare amenities with good public transport links to the site and cycle and EV parking. There is a footpath network through the scheme with landscaped break-out areas providing ideal environments for business occupiers and staff to enjoy. Supermarket Lidl sits adjacent to Stadium Point with Meole Brace Retail Park a short walk away, offering a range of facilities including Marks & Spencer Food Store, Sainsbury’s, Next and Boots.


Kieren Turner-Owen, Associate Director, FDC commented: “FDC are privileged to be working alongside Morris again after our successful funding of Paragon Point, Telford. The loan facility being provided for the speculative industrial development at Stadium Point is a prime example of how the WMCA funding* can be deployed, accelerating job creation in the region. Stadium Point highlights Shrewsbury and the wider West Midlands’ excellent industrial offerings and we very much look forward to seeing the progress over the coming months.”

The premier destination is highly accessible for transport with its easy access to the A5 Shrewsbury By Pass, connectivity to Telford and the motorway network to the West Midlands and beyond.

“We pride ourselves on our collaborative approach and are pleased to already be working with a number of regional companies developing plans to build their businesses with us at Stadium Point” Chris Morris, Morris Property added.


Morris Property has a track record of delivering high spec, successful business and trade parks and their 20-acre fully occupied Vanguard Park at Battlefield, North Shrewsbury has been hailed a major success providing 240,000 ft² businesses including Volkswagen Inchcape Dealership, Toolstation, Howdens and Euro Car Parts.

Morris Property is part of a fifth-generation family-run property group which has been building, restoring and leasing property for over 100 years.

*The Commercial Investment Fund is provided by the WMCA and administered by FDC.


A Guide for Businesses Venturing into Commercial Real Estate

In the dynamic landscape of business, strategic investments can be a key driver of growth and success. For many businesses, considering commercial real estate is a logical step toward expanding their footprint and securing long-term stability. However, navigating the complexities of the commercial property market requires careful planning and consideration. In this article, we will explore essential tips for businesses looking to invest wisely in commercial real estate.


  1. Define Your Objectives: Before diving into the commercial property market, businesses must clearly define their objectives. Are you looking for a space to operate your own business, or are you considering property as an investment to generate rental income? Understanding your goals will help you make informed decisions throughout the process.
  2. Thorough Market Research: Conducting comprehensive market research is crucial to identify potential locations, understand market trends, and assess the competitive landscape. Analyse factors such as local economic growth, demographic trends, and the demand for commercial space in the chosen area. This information will guide your decision-making process and minimize risks.
  3. Financial Planning: Developing a detailed financial plan is fundamental to a successful commercial property investment. Consider not only the purchase price but also additional costs such as property taxes, maintenance, and potential renovations. Factor in potential vacancies and market fluctuations to ensure your investment remains financially viable over the long term. Use financial comparison sites like Propp to find the best deals when it comes to financing your plans.
  4. Engage Professional Expertise: The commercial real estate market is intricate, and seeking professional guidance is paramount. Engage with experienced real estate agents, property managers, and financial advisors who specialize in commercial properties. Their expertise will provide valuable insights, helping you make informed decisions and avoid potential pitfalls.
  5. Location, Location, Location: The adage holds true in commercial real estate. The location of your property significantly influences its value and potential for success. Consider proximity to transportation hubs, the demographic of the area, and the overall business environment. A prime location can attract customers, tenants, and enhance the overall value of your investment.
  6. Understand Zoning Regulations: Zoning regulations vary by location and can significantly impact how a property can be used. Familiarize yourself with local zoning laws to ensure your intended use aligns with regulations. This knowledge prevents legal complications and ensures a smoother investment process.
  7. Evaluate Potential for Growth: Assess the growth potential of the area where you plan to invest. Consider upcoming developments, infrastructure projects, and overall economic trends. Investing in areas poised for growth can yield substantial returns over time, making your commercial property a valuable asset.
  8. Consider Lease Flexibility: If you intend to lease the commercial space, consider offering flexible lease terms to attract quality tenants. This may include shorter lease durations, rent escalation clauses, or options for tenants to renew. Flexibility can help maintain a steady income stream and foster positive tenant relationships.
  9. Environmental Due Diligence: Conduct thorough environmental due diligence before finalizing any commercial property transaction. Identify potential environmental risks associated with the property and address them appropriately. This step not only protects your investment but also ensures compliance with environmental regulations.
  10. Mitigate Risks: While commercial property investment can be lucrative, it is not without risks. Diversify your investment portfolio to spread risk and consider purchasing insurance to protect against unforeseen events. Adopting a risk-mitigation strategy is essential for the long-term success and sustainability of your commercial real estate venture.


Investing in commercial real estate can be a rewarding endeavour for businesses seeking to secure their future and foster growth. By adhering to these essential tips and approaching the process with careful consideration, businesses can navigate the complexities of the commercial property market with confidence. Remember, a well-informed and strategic approach is the key to unlocking the full potential of your commercial real estate investment.


Valutico and Eden Exchange Team Up to Make Company Valuation More Accessible for SMEs

 Valutico x Eden Exchange: A Better Way To Value Your Business

  • Valutico, a leading valuation software provider, has partnered with Eden Exchange, the premier M&A marketplace for SMEs.
  • The partnership will provide Eden Exchange users with quick and easy indicative valuations of their businesses, empowering them to make more informed decisions about when to sell and for how much.
  • Valutico’s cutting-edge software, MyValutico, will be integrated into Eden Exchange’s platform, enabling thousands of companies on Eden Exchange to perform quick, indicative valuations.
  • Valutico’s analytics and data offering will be enhanced as a result of the partnership, making Valutico even more tailored for financial professionals

Eden Exchange, the premier M&A marketplace for SMEs has announced a new partnership with Valutico, a leading valuation software provider. This groundbreaking partnership will provide Eden Exchange users with quick and easy indicative valuations of their businesses, empowering them to make more informed decisions about when to sell and for how much.

Valutico’s award-winning business valuation software, MyValutico, allows people to input information and receive an accurate valuation in minutes, for a fraction of the cost of a traditional business valuation. MyValutico will integrate into Eden Exchange’s revolutionary virtual lead room, DealXchange, providing Eden Exchange users with even more transparency around their selling campaigns.

The partnership will allow Eden Exchange to provide its users with a quick and easy way to get an estimate of the value of their business, without having to commission a full valuation report. This will help users to make more informed decisions about when to sell their business and for how much, at an early stage in the buy-sell process.

The software will also customise the valuation questionnaire, asking only pertinent questions informed by the data already collected by Eden Exchange. These indicative valuations are generated based on a variety of factors, including the company’s financial performance, location and industry.

As part of the partnership, Eden Exchange plans to provide proprietary anonymised transaction data, helping to further strengthen Valutico’s ability to provide accurate indicative valuations to businesses of all sizes. This data will be used to enhance Valutico’s analytics and provide insights based on location, industry, and description, making Valutico’s software even more valuable and tailored, particularly for finance professionals.

For both current and new Eden Exchange clients, this partnership can help you better understand the true value of a business when you’re in the early stages of preparing to sell. Eden Exchange and Valutico are both committed to helping business owners everywhere buy and sell businesses for the right price, no matter whether it’s your first time buying or selling a business, or you’ve been involved in a range of business transactions.

       Dhanush Ganglani

Speaking about the partnership, Eden Exchange’s Managing Director, Dhanush Ganglani, said, “Partnering with Valutico is another step towards revolutionising the way people are able to buy and sell businesses. Valutico’s technology leverages proprietary data on precedent transactions, democratising valuable information about public and private markets that is usually only available to the world’s top firms. Combining Valutico’s market-leading business valuation technology with Eden Exchange’s virtual deal room, DealXchange, allows us to provide more transparency to business buyers and sellers, helping them better understand the true value of a business.”


Paul Resch

Paul Resch, CEO of Valutico, echoed Dhanush’s thoughts. “Valutico’s mission is to make company valuation more accessible and understandable. Collaborating with Eden Exchange aligns perfectly with that mission. This partnership adds significant value to our data analysis, ultimately benefiting our customers.”

Want to know more about this partnership and how it could help you? Contact the team at Eden Exchange today to find out more. You can learn more about Valutico here.


About Eden Exchange

Eden Exchange is a revolutionary online marketplace for buying and selling businesses. Its premier, all-in-one platform seamlessly connects buyers and sellers, reshaping the landscape of business transactions. With an extensive network with expertise in business sales, Eden Exchange guides clients and users through each step of the business transaction, offering support from lead and deal origination to preparation and transaction. Trusted by an extensive range of clients, including renowned brands such as The Cheesecake Shop, Roll’d Australia and Poolwerx, Eden Exchange has become the go-to destination for businesses of all sizes to achieve their goals. For more information, visit


About Valutico:

Valutico is a valuation software company that offers cutting-edge solutions for businesses. Their software empowers users to perform valuations efficiently, accurately, and quickly, providing valuable insights for informed decision-making.

Border farm with bags of development potential to be sold by informal tender

A versatile Shropshire-Powys border arable and grassland farm with great residential development potential is being offered for sale by informal tender as whole or in four lots.

White House Farm is beautifully located in the rural hamlet of Binweston, near Worthen, just 10 miles from Welshpool and 14 miles from Shrewsbury. The sale is being handled by Halls, a leading regional firm of estate agents, chartered surveyors, auctioneers and valuers.

At the centre of the farm is a five bedroomed original Welsh longhouse with interesting traditional features.

The property also comprises a range of traditional buildings with planning consent for conversion to two homes and a garage, two building plots with full planning permission for two, detached homes and two lots of productive arable and grassland extending to 101.94 acres.

The sale of White House Farm offers purchasers the opportunity to acquire a well- situated and versatile property, located in a popular area of Shropshire bordering Wales,” said Louise Preece, an associate director of Halls.

Lot one includes the timber framed, rendered brick and stone farmhouse which provides comfortable accommodation with exposed timbers and framework throughout.

The ground floor has a farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room, former dairy/salting room, back kitchen, utility, boot room, living room with log burner and back boiler, dining room with an open fire, pantry and a cellar. Two separate staircases rise to the first floor where there are five bedrooms and a family bathroom.

The farmhouse has a large a large lawn to the rear with a rockery and boundary fence. Domestic outbuildings include a log store and workshop with double steel doors and an inspection pit.

Lot two comprises the range of 19th century red brick barns with planning consent for conversion to two homes with three bedrooms each, a detached garage, parking and garden areas, access from the adjacent road and demolition of steel framed and block buildings.

Lot three comprises 91.24 acres of versatile arable and grassland and a menage with a ‘Carpet Gallops’ shredded carpet surface.

Lot four includes 10.70 acres of productive permanent grassland with road access and lot five is a development site with planning consent for two detached homes with attached garages.


Potential buyers must complete and return a tender form to Louise Preece at Halls’ Battlefield head office by 12 noon on Monday, November 27. Viewing is by appointment with Halls on Tel: 01743 450700.