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Almancatar 125 Shaftesbury Avenue

New Shaftesbury Avenue spot for WeWork

28 June 2017 11:43 am

WeWork has announced plans to refurbish Almancatar’s 125 Shaftesbury Avenue to create its 21st flexible workspace location in the UK.

Caversham Park BBC

BBC to sell Caversham Park

28 June 2017 5:27 pm

Lambert Smith Hampton has been appointed to sell the 93-acre Caversham Park site near Reading on behalf of the BBC, as part of the corporation’s plans to modernise its property portfolio.

9 Greyfriars McKay

McKay lets 9 Greyfriars to Spaces at substantial reversion

28 June 2017 1:04 pm

McKay Securities has let the whole of 9 Greyfriars Road, its speculative 39,620 sq ft office development in Reading, to creative workspace provider Spaces.

St James's Market

St James's Market to 75% let following TowerBrook deal

28 June 2017 11:17 am

The Crown Estate and Oxford Properties has signed up investment firm TowerBrook Capital Partners to their St James’s Market scheme in London’s West End.

Elland Road

Leeds United buys back Elland Road stadium

28 June 2017 6:54 pm

The parent company of Leeds United Football Club has regained ownership of the team’s Elland Road stadium, after selling it more than a decade ago.

Chris North JLL

JLL unveils 20 new national directors among 187 promotions

28 June 2017 6:11 pm

JLL has appointed 20 new national directors among a raft of promotions.

Emma Flather

Hanover Green appoints DCL’s Flather for leisure push

28 June 2017 5:50 pm

Experienced London leisure agent Emma Flather has joined Hanover Green Retail to lead its restaurant leasing team.

Baker and Spice Chelsea

Central London pub portfolio hits market

28 June 2017 5:37 pm

A portfolio of seven prime central London licensed leisure investments has been brought to market by its private owner.

Jonathan Hodes

Hodes Weill appoints Jonathan Read as a principal

28 June 2017 3:56 pm

Hodes Weill & Associates has hired Jonathan Read as a principal in its London office with primary responsibility for institutional coverage in Europe.

Meraki restaurant

Waney family snaps up Fitzrovia site for new restaurant venture

28 June 2017 3:43 pm

The family behind London restaurants Roka, Oblix, Zuma and The Arts Club have acquired a site on London’s Great Titchfield Street to launch a new Greek restaurant called Meraki.

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Jonathan Hodes

Hodes Weill appoints Jonathan Read as a principal

28 June 2017

Hodes Weill & Associates has hired Jonathan Read as a principal in its London office with primary responsibility for institutional coverage in Europe.

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Sadiq Khan

Mayor of London: Khan’s first year report

23 June 2017

Of the files waiting for Sadiq Khan when he took over as London mayor just over a year ago, the problem of housing, or the lack thereof, would have been jostling for position at the top of the pile with issues such as Crossrail, Brexit and the future of the capital on the global stage.

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Property Week Digital Edition - 23 June 2017

23 June 2017

Grenfell Tower tragedy - Sadiq Khan - MEATliquor interview - Norwood Property Lunch

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PW Perspectives - Summer 2017

8 June 2017

Thought-leadership essays from Mike Cook (Yardi), Rod Lockhart (LendInvest Capital) and more

Grenfell Tower reaction

Grenfell Tower

Government to launch 'major national investigation' into building cladding

27 June 2017

Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to launch a “major national investigation” after results showed cladding on 95 buildings has now failed tests being undertaken in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire.

Grenfell Tower

What must be done to stop another Grenfell happening?

23 June 2017

As the causes of the fire at Grenfell Tower in North Kensington last week begin to become clearer, government bodies and the property industry are asking themselves some searching questions about how to prevent tragedies like this in future.

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Liz Hamson, editor of Propety Week

There’s no method in this madness

23 June 2017

Still reeling from the Grenfell Tower tragedy - and where it wasn’t before, the word ‘reeling’ is now apt - we have this week woken up first to the news of another terror attack and then just days later to a toothless Queen’s speech written without the guaranteed backing of the DUP (which, just to underscore how topsy-turvy everything is, many people now actually want).

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London Focus

Elifar Challenge 2017

Elifar Challenge: rising to the challenge

28 June 2017

Bright summer sunshine attracted the retail sector’s finest in record numbers for the 19th annual Elifar Challenge earlier this month.

Walbrook, London

Property deals: managing the risks

28 June 2017

As the transactional insurance market continues to develop, competition is driving real innovation and cost-effective risk solutions which are highly relevant to today’s property market - insurance can be used to cover both known and unknown risks.

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Changing nature of stock

South East office rental growth is set to outperform

25 June 2017

BNP Paribas Real Estate is predicting that average rents will grow faster in the South East office market over the next two years than in both London and the rest of the UK.

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Brexit: one year on

23 June 2017

A year ago today the UK electorate made the now familiar trip to the polling station and took one of the most momentous decisions in our nation’s democratic history.

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Alok Sharma housing minister

Tories must implement white paper

27 June 2017

The Conservative manifesto promised to ‘fix’ the dysfunctional housing market so that there are affordable and secure houses for all, and the new housing minister Alok Sharma has to follow through on this pledge

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