Bruntwood

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Bruntwood Estates Ltd
Type Property
Industry Property
Founded 1976
Headquarters Manchester, United Kingdom
Key people Chairman: Michael Oglesby; Chief Executive: Chris Oglesby; Chief Operating Officer: Kate Vokes; Marketing and HR Director
Products Office space
Revenue £99 million[1] (2011)
Operating income £41.7million (2011)
Net income £11.2 million (2011)
Employees 431[2]
Website www.bruntwood.co.uk

Bruntwood is a family-owned property company offering office space, serviced offices, retail space and virtual offices in the north of England and Birmingham in the United Kingdom. They own several high-profile buildings in the Manchester area, as well as in Liverpool, Leeds and Birmingham. They own one-third of the office space in Manchester city centre and also donate 10% of all annual profits to arts, cultural and community charities.

Bruntwood also offer meeting and conference rooms available to hire from one hour upwards in a number of their buildings. This product is known as Red Rooms.

Bruntwood's portfolio of 110 properties is worth £950 million[3] and includes over 560,000 square metres of floorspace.

Properties[edit]

Bruntwood's properties include:

Birmingham[edit]

  • Centre City
  • Mclaren
  • Cornwall Buildings
  • 2 Cornwall Street

Manchester city centre[edit]

Greater Manchester and Cheshire[edit]

Liverpool[edit]

Leeds[edit]

  • City House
  • 100 Wellington Street
  • West One
  • West Gate
  • 14 King Street

Retail tenants[edit]

Customers in Bruntwood's retail space include Marks and Spencer, Tesco, Krispy Kreme, WHSmith, Paddy Power, Sainsbury's, Starbucks, Spar as well as a number of independent retailers throughout the portfolio including in Afflecks.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Steady performance at Bruntwood". Manchester Evening News. February 3, 2012. Retrieved March 2, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Creating places for business success: Annual Review 2011". Bruntwood. Retrieved March 2, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Our performance". Bruntwood. Retrieved March 2, 2013.