Estate Management Solutions appointed to Loom Wharf

Loom Wharf

Leigh-based JP McGuire Developments has appointed Stockport Estate Management Solutions (EMS) to manage the new Loom Wharf development on Mather Lane in Leigh.

A Grade II-listed former cotton mill dating back to the 1800s, Loom Wharf has now been transformed into 99 loft-style apartments, including eight penthouse apartments.

The £13m project led by JP McGuire Developments also includes large reception and communal areas, on-site gym, secure parking and bicycle storage.

There is also a private cinema and dining room, which occupiers can hire out for entertaining and socialising.

The development is due for completion later this year and 80% of the apartments have already been sold.

Once finished, EMS will oversee the management of Loom Wharf. Services will include 24/7 emergency call outs, maintenance and upkeep of the communal areas, and bookings for the cinema and dining room.

Jonathan Twentyman, managing director of JP McGuire Developments, said: “It was important for us to find a property management company with a strong presence in the North West and a good track record of managing properties to the highest possible standards while putting tenants first.

“We’ve worked hard over the last two years to build quality, stylish and comfortable apartments for local people and we want to make sure they’re able to enjoy their homes for years to come.

“We’re confident that EMS will meet our high standards and help the Loom Wharf occupiers get the most out of their home.”

Rowland Garnett, director, Estate Management Solutions, added: “It’s a great time for Leigh with a lot of investment and new developments going on.

“Loom Wharf is an integral part of the regeneration of this town and the development will provide premium homes for people.

“We’ve had a strong presence in the North West for 10 years, and it’s a privilege to be appointed to oversee the day-to-day management and maintenance of this beautiful building.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming all the new occupiers later in the year and helping them settle into their new homes.”

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