Network Space was named Developer of the Year at the Insider Liverpool City Region Property Awards.
The development team submitted a range of schemes to support the successful submission which featured the company's developments across Merseyside. The mixed-use Mere Grange development, which features office and new build industrial units and only has one unit remaining, has generated 430 jobs and contributes a net additional GVA per annum of £10.5m for the region.
Element, on the 26-acre Alchemy Business Park in Knowsley, is another success story. An initial phase (Platinum Court) comprises of 90,000 sq ft across 10 detached and semi-detached units. It was developed by Network Space with grant support from Liverpool City Region Combined Authority. Network Space has since brought forward a further 6.4 acres of the estate to deliver Element, comprising of three speculative high quality, new build industrial units.
The final scheme included in the submission was Central 23 on Carruthers Street, Liverpool. Constructed by Network Space on behalf of global investors Infrared Capital Partners, the 1.75-acre brownfield site offers a 23,500 sq. industrial unit, complete with 1,600 sq. ft of high specification offices.
In the award summary the judges stated that: “Network Space is an entrepreneurial developer that is driving SME activity across the city region.” They said they were impressed by Network Space’s investment in creating employment for the region and noted that it "deliberately builds to develop businesses".