Hulton Park

Peel Land and Property is delighted with the decision by Bolton’s planning committee to approve this ground-breaking scheme, which offers a sporting facility of international quality and reputation at Hulton Park. This positive move by the committee is a huge step forward in our shared vision of bringing the world’s third largest sporting event – the Ryder Cup - to Hulton Park, with huge economic and social benefits for the people of Bolton. 

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Peel appoints new development director for Liverpool Waters

Peel Land and Property has appointed Darran Lawless as Development Director for its transformational Liverpool Waters scheme. 

In a seamless transition Darran will take over from incumbent Development Director Lindsey Ashworth when he retires from Peel Land and Property following a 30 year career with the Group in April. 

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Kids Allowed expands to TraffordCity

Multi-award winning nursery group Kids Allowed has announced it is set to open the first nursery in TraffordCity within a new £1.5 million purpose-built facility in September 2018, expanding its number of nurseries to eight.

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The construction of the new A57 road and lifting bridge, which will bring an additional road into TraffordCity, has not yet been completed by our contractor Hochtief Buckingham and only when the works are FULLY complete, including all safety checks, will the completed project be delivered to Peel Land and Property and made available for public use.

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North West hydrogen cluster could drive economic growth and help de-carbonise the region’s energy

  • A new report – commissioned by Peel Environmental - reveals developing a hydrogen economy in the North West could unlock £1.6billion of GVA by 2050 and create over 2,300 peak jobs
  • Carbon dioxide reductions of up to 10 million tonnes per annum by 2050
  • Air quality improvements for Greater Manchester and Liverpool city regions would result from the use of hydrogen as a road transport fuel decreasing emissions of NOx and particulates
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