Addleshaw Goddard advises OWL on all recent occupancies at Omega North development
Addleshaw Goddard’s real-estate team in Manchester has advised Omega Warrington Ltd (OWL) on all recent occupancies at the Omega North scheme.
The team comprised real-estate partners Nathan Jansen and Mark Haywood, who acted for OWL to secure three major anchors — builders’ merchant Travis Perkins, food group Brakes and consumer delivery specialist Hermes — and key funding for the £1bn mixed-use development in Warrington.
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