LATEST PROPERTY NEWS
The Manchester office market is poised to start 2017 with a bang as a trio of major requirements totalling 240,000 sq ft launch.
The government will crack down on councils without a clear housing plan by cutting them off from a landmark £2.3bn housing fund announced in the Autumn Statement, Property Week can reveal.
AEW UK has revealed its half-year results showing net asset value up to £118.05m, from £116.4m at the end of the previous six months.
GreenOak has lent £32m to Halamar to support the refinancing and conversion of a mixed-used building at 37-38 Golden Square in Soho.
Mulberry is on the verge of opening a new London store on the site of Austin Reed’s former flagship outlet on Regent Street.
The first investment by a Korean investor in the Scottish office market - which would also have been the second biggest deal in Scotland this year - has fallen through.
Poundworld is looking for 50 sites for UK stores in 2017 as it seeks to capitalise on the continued growth of the discount shopping market.
TH Real Estate has announced its residential partners for the 1.7m sq ft mixed-use Edinburgh St James scheme, one of the largest regeneration projects currently underway in the UK.
Capital & Regional has exchanged on two long term leases for its former BHS units at The Mall Blackburn and The Mall Walthamstow.
Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets (LGIM) and M&G Real Estate (M&G) have both announced major capital raises for their private rented sector (PRS) platforms.
Aberdeen Asset Management has made the first acquisition from its PRS investment club – a £25m property in Leicester.
Property Week: Latest Issue
Property Week’s Call Off Duty campaign to convince the government to revisit George Osborne’s damaging changes to stamp duty has got off to a flying start, with key figures in the industry pledging their support.
So the chancellor has delivered the last ever Autumn Statement and the first indication of the new government’s fiscal priorities.
Property Week is calling on chancellor Philip Hammond to reverse damaging reforms to stamp duty land tax (SDLT) , and has backing from across the sector.
Hopes, if not expectations, were running high last week when the chancellor stood up at the despatch box in the House of Commons. Much of the property industry had been lobbying hard for Philip Hammond to reverse at least ...
When Philip Hammond failed to mention stamp duty in last week’s Autumn Statement, there were sighs of disappointment all round.
Property Week is calling on chancellor Philip Hammond to reverse damaging reforms to stamp duty land tax (SDLT) made by George Osborne.
The government’s recently announced Accelerated Construction Scheme, which aims to speed up the delivery of new homes by underwriting construction risks, has been generally well received by the sector.
A message to the UK grocery multiples: be afraid, be very afraid – Amazon is gunning for your food and drink customers.
East of England Focus
Garden communities are not a new idea: the first, Letchworth in Hertfordshire, was constructed by Quakers at the turn of the 20th century.
L&Q and East Thames housing associations have completed their merger this week, creating a new organisation that aims to deliver 100,000 homes in the next decade.