Naylors were instructed to advise on the management of St Nicholas by the prospective purchaser in advance of completion.
Naylors were approached by Andrew James UK to assist in reviewing their business space requirements. It was identified that the firm required a larger HQ logistics centre for their growing business.
Naylors' Building Consultancy and Project Management Department were appointed by top developer, UK Land Estates, to complete a high profile project, revitalising the Quadrant at Newburn Riverside, one of the Region’s first BREEAM “Excellent” rated office buildings, featuring a ground breaking natural ventilation system.
Johnsons Press appointed Naylors to sell their iconic site in Pennywell, Sunderland. Echo House, the head office and printing facilities for the newspaper since 1976, went up for sale following the decision by Johnston Press to move the production of its North East titles to Sheffield.
Naylors were appointed by the directors of SEP (Sunderland Enterprise Park) to assist them in reviewing and rationalising the management and collection of the service charge for this estate.