Manning Stainton opens in Guiseley

first_imgHome » News » Agencies & People » Manning Stainton opens in Guiseley previous nextAgencies & PeopleManning Stainton opens in GuiseleyThe Negotiator22nd August 201601,084 Views Manning Stainton has opened a new lettings branch at its Guiseley residential sales office; the latest addition to their network of 19 Sales and Lettings branches across West and North Yorkshire, including seven dedicated lettings centres, which attract over 800 new tenants each month.Mark Manning, Director, says, “The launch of our Guiseley lettings branch is a natural extension to our current network and makes us better placed than ever to service the needs of tenants and landlords in and around the Wharfe Valley area. The established local presence of the Manning Stainton name will be of definite benefit to our customers as will the highly tailored, personal service we provide.”Manager, Clare Frieze, says, “This has always been a much sought-after part of the world and is reflected in the high volume of enquiries we are receiving from active tenants. We are very keen to hear from landlords with good quality stock to enable us to meet this demand.”Manning Stainton Guiseley residential sales office Yorkshire August 22, 2016The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

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Bluegrass Version Of Safe Auto Jingle Ranked Number Two

first_imgThe St. Leon band is currently in the two spot in the Safe Auto Do the Jingle Contest.There is just over a week remaining in a competition that has a St. Leon bluegrass band ranked in the two spot.My Brothers Keeper is hoping to continue getting votes in the Safe Auto Jingle Competition. The winning act will receive $5,000 and a chance to appear in a future advertising campaign.The St. Leon band teamed up with an independent artist Brittany Gillstrap for the competition, so their submission is listed as Brittany and the Brothers on the website.As of Tuesday morning, the band has over 280,000 votes and growing. The competition ends Friday, Feb. 28.To view the band’s submission click http://dothejingle.safeauto.com/Top20 and scroll to find “Brittany and the Brothers.”My Brothers Keeper, Brittany Gillstrap and Those Lazy Cabineers of Decatur County performed at the Gibson Theatre in Batesville on Sat., Feb. 15.The St. Leon band will also perform at the Happy Valley Bluegrass Festival in Franklin County in June.last_img read more

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Hear it from Louis Saha: A United teammate made Cristiano Ronaldo cry!

first_imgImage Courtesy: Getty ImagesAdvertisement 8xgtNBA Finals | Brooklyn VssyfkvvWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E19v2n8( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 848Would you ever consider trying this?😱k5uCan your students do this? 🌚y7bvRoller skating! Powered by Firework Cristiano Ronaldo, one of the biggest names in the world of Football and Sports, started his rise to fandom from Manchester United. The FC Porto youngster was picked up by the legendary Sir Alex in 2003, and he became the 5 times Ballon d’Or winner currently the hitman at Serie A champions Juventus. But did you know the Portuguese superstar once shed his tears at Old Trafford? Club legend Louis Saha reveals.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Getty ImagesSpeaking to UK football magazine FourFourTwo, the former French international forward looked back at his years as a Red Devil, and his teammate and one of United’s biggest hall of fame- Ruud van Nistelrooy, and the Dutch giant’s occasional fallout with Fergie.“He was always really nice with me; he maybe had a problem with the choice made by the manager, but never with me. He was obsessed about goals, and I respect that.” Saha told in the interview.Advertisement Nistelrooy switched sides in 2006 and joined the Spanish elites Real Madrid, a move thought to have Saha behind it, but he denied the speculations. “I know some people said I maybe pushed him to a move away from the club, but that’s totally bollocks.”Nistelrooy, who is currently managing the PSV Eindhoven Under 19 team, spent two years with Saha at the Theater of Dreams before flying to Santiago Bernabéu.Advertisement “He was such a good player – he just had an issue with the manager – and I was maybe good enough for the manager to replace him, but I could have played with him, too.”However, when asked about Ronaldo, Saha admitted that Nistelrooy once made the young Portuguese talent to break down during drills.“Did Ruud make Ronaldo cry? Yeah, there were stories because I think they ended up in an argument at the moment when Cristiano’s father had passed away, so it wasn’t the right moment. Things like that happen when two players have lots of spirit, but I’m sure Ruud regrets some of his words.” He added. Advertisementlast_img read more

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ShopRite Eyes Shrewsbury Avenue For New Store

first_imgThe buildings would be demolished to make way for the 88, 230 square-foot supermarket, in the footprint of existing Building 1151 and a small portion of Building 1157. If approved, the proposed ShopRite, operated by the Saker family, could open in 2018.“It’s another indication of the attractiveness of Shrewsbury to retailers,” said Mayor Don Burden, pointing to the numerous standalone, strip malls and shopping centers on Broad Street/Route 35 and Shrewsbury Avenue. “We have the available space that can be reconfigured. We have the traffic, the corridors to the peninsula towns of Rumson, Fair Haven, Little Silver, Oceanport, and we have access to the parkway.” Zoning approvals are being sought by owner SBC Holdings/dba ShopRite for site plan approval, building addition, exterior renovations, change in use, and sign installation for Block 31, Lots 1 & 3 and Block 29, Lots 18, zoned for business or light use industrial. The change of use refers to Shoprite’s plans to of fer its signature brand of an enhanced grocery market. ShopRites offer in-store customer pickup of online orders and home delivery, preparation and sale of food on and off premises, the sale of general merchandise such as outdoor furniture, bedding, electronics, the inclusion of a florist, stationery section, tobacco and lottery sales, a pharmacy and ancillary supermarket uses like retail, professional and medical products, such as a Dunkin Donuts, a travel agent, fast food, a nutrition shop or a day spa. They can also include a garden center and parking lot sales. According to the filings, access to the store is proposed via two driveways along Shrewsbury Avenue, and cross access would be provided between the subject site and the Shrewsbury Plaza shopping center to the south. The site plans include parking for 392 cars.The potential supermarket would not have a significant impact on traffic to the area, according to a study by Charles D. Olivo, principal of Stonefield Engineering and Design, who said in the report that a 35,000 square foot supermarket from Shrewsbury Plaza shopping center will not be replaced with a supermarket in the future. The name of the new tenant has not been made public. By Christina JohnsonSHREWSBURY – The borough’s zoning board is considering a proposal for a brand new Shoprite supermarket to be constructed adjacent to the Shrewsbury Plaza shopping center.According to the documents filed with the borough, the single-story supermarket would be constructed on a nearly 10-acre tract at 1151-1163 Shrewsbury Avenue in the Shrewsbury Business Center complex, a site owned by National Realty & Development Corp. The site is currently occupied by three commercial/industrial buildings, which are mostly vacant at this time. Acme previously operated in the plaza until it closed last spring, when the retailer closed three stores. A new Acme has opened in a former A&P location in the neighboring Tinton Falls Plaza at 990 Shrewsbury Ave.A public hearing was held at a special meeting on Sept. 28. The public hearing was scheduled to continue on Oct. 5, but the meeting was cancelled and the new date has not yet been set.See Feb. 6, 2017 update: Shrewsbury ShopRite Gets Green Lightlast_img read more

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