Beetham Organization

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Beetham Organisation Ltd
Type Private
Industry real estate
Founded 1985 as Oastdren Investments
Founders Hugh Frost
Headquarters West Tower, Liverpool, UK
Area served United Kingdom
Key people Directors: Stephen Beetham, Simon Frost, Hugh Frost
Company secretary: Andrew Gresty
Products Property
Website http://www.thebeethamorganization.com
Beetham Tower and West Tower in Liverpool were both built by the Beetham Organisation

The Beetham Organisation is a privately owned property development and investment company based in Liverpool, UK. It was founded by Hugh Frost as Oastdren Investments in 1985. Its primary focus is city-centre real estate, specialising in hotel, residential and office projects. As of 2005, Hugh Frost owned 67%, his sons Stephen Beetham (born Stephen Frost)[1] owned 27% and Simon Frost held the remaining 6% of the company.[2] Stephen changed his name from Frost to Beetham after he the sect into which he had been born, the Plymouth Brethren.[1] Beetham is an ancestral family name;[1] the name of the business was changed soon afterwards.

Their portfolio includes;

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Vallely, Paul (29 October 2003). "Reach for the sky: The young developer with a towering ambition". The Independent. 
  2. ^ "Private business: Beetham Organisation cuts losses to pounds 600k". Daily Post (Liverpool). 31 August 2005. 

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