Shulmans works with 4Urban in opening its latest development in Harrogate town centre

Shulmans works with 4Urban in opening its latest development in Harrogate town centre

The property team at Shulmans has provided construction, planning and telecom consultancy for 4Urban, the developer behing a new multi-use development in Harrogate.

The development, which finished its launch schedule last month with the opening of the Everyman cinema, boasts over 90 per cent of space let, with negotiations currently underway for the last two remaining units.

In addition to the five-screen cinema venue with its own food and drinking offering, leisure unit tenants include Ask Italian, Byron, Cau, Cote Brasserie, Veeno and YO! Sushi. A brand-new opening has also been confirmed as Spruce Moose, a membership-based beauty salon.

The legal work for the £10 million scheme has been overseen by commercial property specialist and partner at Shulmans, Dawn Carlisle, since 2009. Rebecca Dibb and the wider construction team advised on building contracts and professional team appointments, while aditional the firm also helped with the counsel of renowned planning expert Amanda Beresford, and Luke Maidens for telecom matters.

Paul Lancaster, managing director of 4Urban Consulting, said: “It’s been a pleasure working with Shulmans to bring this development to fruition, as its wide variety of specialisms has ensured we were able to effectively solve all legal elements efficiently with a 360-degree approach. The result has been a smooth opening process and our tenants are already trading successfully.”

Carlisle added: “This has been a long-term project and one that has been an honour to work on. 4Urban’s team approach has made this an enjoyable development to be involved in and which is a welcome addition to the region.”

PICTURED: (Left to right) Dawn Carlisle (Shulmans) Paul Lancaster (4Urban Consulting) Rebecca Dibb (Shulmans)

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