Halls Commercial

05 May 2019
Shropshire and Mid Wales is becoming a hotbed for entrepreneurs who are escaping to the country to live out their dream of succeeding in the hospitality industry, a leading commercial property expert said today. The region is a popular destination for tourists with a wide variety of B&Bs, hotels, caravan parks, cafes, restaurants and attractions all benefitting from the many thousands of...
 Princes Limited site in Manchester
28 Apr 2019
A leading Shropshire company has secured a deal to sell a £3.8m commercial site in the North West of the country after beating off stiff competition from national agents. Bosses at Halls Commercial, based in Battlefield, Shrewsbury, say the sale of the Princes Limited site in Manchester it is one of the biggest the company has been involved with. Princes is closing its juice plant in Newton Heath...
11 Sep 2018
One final nail in the High Street retail coffin is about to be hammered into place unless action is taken now, says a leading Shropshire commercial property expert. The warning comes after a string of High Street giants have been forced to axe shops and jobs or go out of business altogether in the first six months of the year. Retailers are now closing stores at a faster rate than during the...
Warehouse at the Mile End Roundabout, Oswestry
26 Jun 2018
A Shropshire retail warehouse which has an estimated 10 million vehicles drive past it each year has been snapped up within hours of going on the market for £1million. The warehouse fronts onto the Mile End Roundabout in Oswestry, one of the busiest junctions in the county, where the A5 and A483 come together and extends over a sizable site. James Evans, of Halls Commercial which is instructed on...
24 Aug 2017
North Shropshire has been thrown a lifeline in the nationwide housing shortage, as land with planning permission for 88 homes goes on sale. Twenty four apartments could be built on a site in Oak Street, Oswestry, close to the town centre and land at Weston Rhyn with permission for 64 homes has also become available. Agents Halls Commercial, based in Shrewsbury, said there has been significant...
Rebecca Welch (right) with one of Halls Commercial's most recent clients
19 Jul 2017
Shrewsbury is a prime location for national companies - but they are struggling to find suitable premises, a commercial property company today said. A number of national restaurant operators have all expressed an interest in having a presence in the county town according to Halls Commercial, but there is a lack of suitable properties for them to take on. Rebecca Welch from Halls said the company...
03 Jul 2017
The economy on the Shropshire/Welsh border needs new blood to take it further - say the owners of two businesses. Owners at both Caroline’s Wool Shop in Newtown and the Old Forge guest house in Knockin believe the thriving companies have many years to serve the local people and visitors yet - but fresh ownership is needed to ensure they continue to be a success. Both Helen and Fred Lloyd, who run...
27 Jun 2017
A restaurateur who moved away to study has returned to his hometown to take on an iconic building. Harry Wyatt, 27, opened House of Grain - formerly The Cornhouse - on Wyle Cop, Shrewsbury, this week (June 15) after spending around four months renovating the building. Harry, from Underdale, quit his job on a management graduate programme in Manchester and moved back in with his mum in Shrewsbury...
30 May 2017
A street in Oswestry is to get new life as two empty shops are taken over. The former Clinton’s Cards in Cross Street is to become Nightingale House and the former Chrissie’s in the same street has been signed as a pop up shop called Jolt. The shops, both let by Halls Commercial, are due to be open in time for the town’s Food Festival in July. Rebecca Welch, of Halls, said: “These are two...
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