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Sytner Group has acquired Isaac Agnew Group, the chain of 16 car dealerships in Northern Ireland with 800 staff, for undisclosed terms.
Sytner is to acquire the Maidenhead BMW and Mini dealerships of Pendragon for undisclosed terms, with the transfer of up to 60 staff.
Sytner has agreed a deal with McLaren Automotive to sell the new MP4-12C sports car at a new location in Manchester, and the car will also be sold in London and Birmingham.
Sytner is considering plans to build a £1m after-sales centre at its Bentley Leicester luxury car dealership in Syston by January 2011.
Sytner has acquired three luxury car dealerships from Nick Whale Holdings for undisclosed terms, including 51 staff at Porsche showrooms in Leicester and Solihull and a Ferrari franchise in Bromsgrove.
Sytner has bought five Richard Alexander Group car dealerships in Leeds, Huddersfield and Harrogate out of administration, securing the future of 300 jobs.
Sytner is to relocate its Bentley Manchester car dealership from Old Trafford to a new £5m site in Knutsford by the end of the year.
Sytner has acquired nine DaimlerChrysler and BMW car dealerships from Ryland Group for undisclosed terms, including sites in Carlisle, Newcastle, Stockton, Sunderland, Birmingham, Warley, Cardiff, Newport and Sutton Coldfield.
Sytner is to set up Lamborghini car dealerships at temporary sites in Edinburgh and Birmingham, with purpose-built showrooms opening later in the year.
Sytner has agreed to acquire the William Jacks chain of car dealerships in the south-east for £10m.
Sytner, the car dealership, is preparing to relocate its head office to a 20,000 sq ft site at Grove Park in Leicester, and the 125-strong workforce is expected to reach 200 within two years.
Sytner has acquired Porsche, Ferrari and Maserati car dealerships in Edinburgh from Glenvarigill for undisclosed terms, leaving Glenvarigill to focus on new Audi dealerships in Edinburgh and Stirling.
Sytner has confirmed plans to open a £5.5m Ferrari car dealership at Lenton Lane in Nottingham later this year, which will involve the relocation of its Graypaul Ferrari-Maserati business from sites in Loughborough and Sheffield.
Sytner is thought to be considering plans to set up a Ferrari showroom in Nottingham, following the purchase of the Beechdale garage site next to its existing BMW dealership.
Sytner, the Leicester-based prestige car dealership, is to be acquired by United Auto Group of the US for £95m.
Sytner has acquired two car dealerships in Knutsford - Ron Stratton Land Rover and Ron Stratton Bentley - for £1.2m.
Sytner is in negotiations to relocate its Nottingham car dealership and 100 staff to the Lenton site of the Macpherson textile machinery company.
Sytner is planning to open a new Lexus car dealership in Leicester next year, with the creation of 20 jobs.
Sytner is to acquire Ixion Motor, the Oxford-based car retailer, for £13m, in order to add new franchises and develop its relationship with Jaguar.
Sytner Group, the Leicester-based prestige car retailer, has acquired Cooper in the City, the City of London BMW dealer, for an initial £0.7m.
Sytner Group has acquired the Guy Salmon car dealership from Meteor for £6.4m, which will add Jaguar and Honda to its portfolio.