HIMOR specialise in regenerating brownfield sites.

Our technical expertise enables us to find commercially astute solutions for complex sites. We have a strong track record of delivering high quality development at the most challenging sites.

Our approach is to invest time from the outset to understand the nature and extent of constraints on development. Armed with this knowledge, we devise development strategies that exploit opportunities for quick wins and make targeted investments in remediation and infrastructure when they are necessary to realise additional value.

A keen focus on cashflow is key to successful brownfield regeneration. An example of this is at Bradley Hall Trading Estate in Wigan where we released three parcels of land for residential development comprising well over 400 units. This has enabled investment in the retained industrial land and buildings.

At our flagship Future Carrington project, we are promoting over 7,000 residential units and 8 million sq. ft. of commercial property in conjunction with Trafford Council. We have already secured planning permission for 725 residential units and 1 million sq. ft. of employment space. We will soon be submitting a further application next phase of development comprising 1,500 residential units and 2 million sq. ft. of commercial property.

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Trafford Council have established a partnership with HIMOR to bring forward the major development opportunity at Future Carrington. HIMOR have worked collaboratively with the Council, using their regeneration expertise to develop a clear remediation, development and delivery strategy and secure planning permission for Phase 1.

Richard Roe, Director of Growth and Regulatory Services, Trafford Council

  • Bradley Hall Trading Estate, Wigan

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    Regeneration Bradley Hall Trading Estate is an established industrial location of near Wigan of over 100 acres. It provides some 430,000 sq. ft. of business space in a range of unit sizes. Since acquiring it, HIMOR has carved out three sites for residential development totalling 426 units, which has enabled investment in improvements to the retained stock and local infrastructure. The site is retained in HIMOR’s investment property portfolio, with occupancy consistently over 95%.
  • Bramhall Village Square, Stockport

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    Regeneration Village Square is a 55,000 sq ft retail precinct in the centre of Bramhall village. It was dilapidated and suffering high levels of vacancy when acquired by HIMOR in November 2011. Following a comprehensive refurbishment in early 2014 to include children’s play area, HIMOR secured Sainsbury’s as a new anchor tenant and 25 new lettings in the subsequent three years. The centre is retained by HIMOR as a long term investment asset, with occupancy at 97% and the final unit under offer.
  • Future Carrington, Trafford

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    Regeneration HIMOR acquired the 1,665 acre former Shell petrochemical works at Carrington in 2014. We have already achieved planning permission for our first phase of 725 houses and 1 million sq. ft. of employment space. Further applications will be submitted in due course, reflecting the proposed allocation in the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework for 7,500 new homes and 8 million sq. ft of employment use.