Rhyl seafront hotel scheme completed

Ion Developments, North-west based regeneration specialists, has announced today the Rhyl Seafront Travelodge has completed construction. The 2,785 m2 scheme developed by Ion Development for Denbighshire County Council was built by Wynne Construction and sits on the site of the East Parade car park near the Pavilion Theatre and 1891 restaurant. The hotel boasts a … Continued

Wilfred Owen ‘The Soldier’s Story’ on Lime Street

Developers, Ion, announce artist Anthony Brown’s portrait of Wilfred Owen ‘The Soldier’s Story’ is to be projected on Liverpool Lime Street development over remembrance weekend. Leading Liverpool property developer, Ion, in collaboration with artist Anthony Brown and Lorraine Brown and Liverpool City Council will project the portrait onto the newly finished Lime Street development as … Continued

Demolition starts on Wolverhampton Railway Station

Today marks a historic moment for the City of Wolverhampton as the full demolition of the City’s railway station begins. It is the next stage in delivering a £150 million transport hub to provide an attractive commercial gateway to those entering the city by national rail, bus or tram. The scheme has been cleverly designed … Continued

ION secures Lime Street occupant

Leading Liverpool property developer, Ion will complete work on their much-anticipated Lime Street development later this year and can reveal some of the retail space has been secured to Lidl – whose store will include facilities such as an in-store bakery. The regeneration experts are in the final throes of transforming Lime Street as a … Continued

Ion secures Earlsfield Park planning permission

Leading Liverpool property developer, Ion, in collaboration with Bellway Homes and the Knowsley Estate has secured planning permission on the 22-hectare Earlsfield Park development that will bring new employment and homes to North Huyton. The well-located site sits close to Junction 2 of the M57, directly south of the Knowsley Estate and is set to … Continued

Wolverhampton Interchange Commercial District Vision

The City of Wolverhampton Council in partnership with Ion Developments, unveiled the ambitious plans for the Wolverhampton Interchange Commercial District during the global property event, MIPIM, Cannes. The new commercial district will deliver 1 million square feet of grade A office space over strategic sites at the heart of an integrated regional road, rail and … Continued

ION submit Earlsfield Park for planning permission

Leading Liverpool property developer, Ion, in collaboration with the Knowsley Estate has submitted planning permission on the 23-hectare Earlsfield Park development that will bring new employment and homes to North Huyton. The well-located site sits close to Junction 2 of the M57, directly south of the Knowsley Estate and is set to provide 40 acres … Continued

Travelodge development underway in Rhyl

Denbighshire County Council and Ion’s Travelodge development is underway in Rhyl – using innovative lease structure The Travelodge scheme on Rhyl’s waterfront has begun construction following enabling works in late 2017. The development includes a 73-bedroom Travelodge with a car park and a 150-cover Marstons pub and restaurant. Built on the site of the East … Continued

The panels which represent Lime Street’s past

Liverpool’s Lime Street is so iconic because of it’s unique, rich history which local artist, Anthony Brown, has captured beautifully in his artwork which is now displayed on the facade of the new building. Anthony Brown has shaped that vision by creating a large-scale graphic art work that will act as an impressive welcome to visitors … Continued

Happy International Women’s Day from ION!

At ION, one third of our team is made up of women with one lady who is particularly special… The Commercial Property Development world is heavily dominated by men yet our Assistance Development Surveyor, Jenny Moroney, decided back in 2016 to study Real Estate at Liverpool John Moores University after initially studying History and Politics … Continued