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Founded by two former colleages Richard O’Boyle and Simon Hoad, with a vision of disrupting the UK real estate market.
From our humble beginnings in shared office space, we have grown exponentially managing an eclectic mix of assets across the UK and Ireland.
Site Area: 16.9 Acres
Site Cover: 29%
The Manchester Royal Exchange, first established in 1729 is a piece of Manchester’s
history and a reminder Manchester’s history as a great trading city.
The building is uniquely located on the boundary betweeen Manchester’s centre retail and businesss districts.
Our aqcuisition was only the second time in its history that it had been sold.
At the point of acquisition the asset had suffered decades of under investment and was generally considered low grade accommodation.
Applying our customer focused tests with investment we saw a completely type of asset, and the potential the reinvent it as a prime retail and office destination in central Manchester.
Identifying an opportunity in the Irish residential market, Trinity Ireland was set up to deliver additional housing stock across the spectrum of tenures.
Our primary aim is to deliver high quality housing across Ireland. We create places for people to live, work and play.
Our approach combines quality materials and attention to detail, coupled with passion and innovative design to deliver a broad spectrum of homes, from 1 bedroom flats to 4 bedroom houses.
The Capital dominates Liverpool’s fast-evolving new commercial hub where the city’s businesses are forming a distinctive cluster in the style of Paris’s La Défense. Just minutes from the waterfront, town hall and new Liverpool One retail core, the commercial environment is becoming the key location for doing business in this exciting city. It affords everything a prestigious corporate location expects, already attracting Radisson SAS, Malmaison and other quality hotels along with countless stylish bars and restaurants.
Together with US investment manager Angelo Gordon and Trinity Investment Management closed on the £95 million purchase of Mars Pension Fund’s Business Environments for Science and Technology (BEST), a portfolio of five science parks situated across the UK.
We identified a unique opportunity for a under appreciated asset class which has historically proven to be recession proof and we felt had significant upside as a core part of the UK’s industrial strategy and benefits from substantial govermnent support.
After decades of under investment under previous ownership, Trinity IM successfully implemented a complete overhaul of the building and helped to make it a new thriving retail and office destination in the centre of Manchester.
Upon completing our business plan we were able to deliver an eclectic retail destination to the local community.
Over the business plan we transformed the asset by widening planning from restrictive bulky goods consent to include part Open A1. Doing so enabled us to leverage the Parks historical trading performance and place with the retail heirachy to secure an exciting new tenant line up. In total we secured 200,000 sq ft lettings to mainline occupiers on 10 year terms.
Following the aquisition of the science park portfolio, and to maintain our high level of service as asset managers our team expanded significantly. As part of this exciting growth phase we moved into our new offices to accommodate our growing team.
Recognising the potential of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) innovation in the UK, Trinity IM launched the Knowledge Factory platform.
The Knowledge Factory was created to help foster collaboration and innovation between the businesses on our science parks, to make their occupation as easy as possible, and to provide investment support when needed.
1. Fostering collaboration
We do this by providing the support and connections that businesses on our sites need to innovate
2. Making more time for science
We take care of the day to day real estate and facilities challenges so that our occupiers can focus on their core business
3. Assisting business growth
We assist in navigating the grants process, and connecting start-ups with seed capital, and when you’re ready we can also offer growth capital to help you achieve your potential.
To build upon the previous 4-years with Angelo Gordon Trinity re-capitalised their science park portfolio with a global specialist investor, Harrison Street.
Colworth is a centre for scientific excellence and the global R&D centre for Unilever, having been at the forefront of Unilever’s research for over 60 years.
Centred around the original 18th Century, Grade II Listed Colworth House, Colworth Park is set in 91 acres of rolling parkland on the edge of the village of Sharnbrook in Bedfordshire, and is home to a wide range enterprises, from start-ups to global corporations, focusing on food, health, medical devices, antibodies, sustainability, life sciences, green energy, planning and other sectors. Colworth provides a highly supportive campus culture where networking and collaboration between organisations is the norm.
A regionally important science park achored by Citiva and NHS. The acquisition expands the portfolio to 9 assets UK wide.