| Mandy

Wahey, its Friday and its sunny in Manchester!

Its been an exciting week at Canning O’Neill, with the announcement of Harrington Brooks taking 49,922 sq ft at Jackson House.  The debt management plans and individual voluntary arrangements firm has chosen Jackson House in Sale for its new headquarters.

Jackson House provides more than 100,000 sq ft of office accommodation.  Current occupiers include IMB, Chep UK and AA Projects – Construction Consultants.

Conrad O’Neill of Canning O’Neill commented “Following the Harrington Brooks letting, we still have over 30,000 sq ft of office space available to let in large floor-plates and have strong interest in some of this space”.

For further details on Jackson House or offices to let Sale or in neighbouring Altrincham, we have a range of properties that could meet your criteria.  If you’re even thinking of relocating to Sale or Altrincham, we have some information on our ‘town pages’ that you may find helpful.

St Johns House located in Altrincham town centre which offers a wealth of business, leisure and retail amenities in addition to excellent public transport facilities including bus, rail and Metrolink, with the interchange only 250 yards away.  The area is one of the most sought after office locations in South Manchester and offers superb access to the M56 motorway junctions 7 & 8 are within 5 minutes drive and Manchester Airport is within 10 minutes drive.

The specification includes air conditioning and full access raised floors throughout. ‘Possibly’ the best space in Altrincham! In addition the building has a secure car park on surface and basement levels which are accessed via electronically operated wrought iron gates.  Give the team a call for more information.


Wishing you all a fabulous weekend and here’s some Friday trivia to end the week on…

  • The largest taxi fleet in the world is found in Mexico City – the city boasts a fleet of over 60,000 taxis!
  • Britain’s shortest river is the Brun which runs through Burnley in Lancashire
  • Koalas never drink water – don’t worry though, they get their fluids from the eucalyptus leaves they eat