Scotland based developer Manse LLP is celebrating a successful 2018 in style, by raising a glass with their nearest and dearest at popular local wine bar, Le Di-Vin on Randolph Place, Edinburgh.

Attendees were treated to an evening of fine wine, delicious food and great company, with an address from Manse Managing Partner, David Mitchell.

Manse have had an exceptional 2018, in addition to having disposed of large amounts of land, the developer has sold a further 125 acres in Ayr, and developed two retail warehouses which were pre-let to household brands Aldi and Homebargains. Furthermore, this year has seen them develop and extend their relationship with aeronautical giant Rolls-Royce. Manse and joint venture partner Opus Land were appointed by Rolls-Royce to lead the development and regeneration of surplus land owned by the company, and in April of this year achieved planning consent to build a 440,000 sq ft building for Meggitt Plc, one of the largest Midlands industrial lettings in over a decade. Moreover, in November, the scheme won ‘Property Deal of the Year’ at the Insider Property Awards, West Midlands.

Rupert Sheldon, Chris Button and Charles Allen, all Palmer Capital board members, joined the celebrations.

Following such a busy year, Manse are now on the hunt for more deal opportunities. Their current buying requirements are land deals which have the potential to improve through planning, and between £0.5 – 25m; development opportunities, either land for residential use or refurbishment and of a lot size of between £5 – 20m; or asset management including distressed prime buildings or multi tenanted buildings, with a lot size of £5 – 20m.

For more information about Manse and their deal requirements, please click here.