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Green time bomb - industry unprepared for MEES changes

27 May 2016 0:00 am

The industry is woefully unprepared for stringent new sustainability regulations due to come into force in 2018, research from Bilfinger GVA has revealed - in the same week a Property Week investigation exposed how open the current standards are to abuse.

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LaSalle IM buys Croydon retail park for £46m

27 May 2016 12:13 pm

LaSalle Investment Management has bought Purley Way Retail Park in Croydon from IM Properties for £45.6m, reflecting a net initial yield of 4.59%.

Neale Coleman

Former Corbyn policy chief leaves City Hall amid deputy mayor speculation

27 May 2016 11:38 am

Jeremy Corbyn’s former policy chief Neale Coleman has left City Hall, ending speculation that he would be named deputy mayor for planning.

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British Land & USS get green light for £400m Kingston town regen

27 May 2016 10:48 am

Kingston Council has given joint developers British Land and Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) the green light on their plans to regenerate Kingston town centre’s Eden Walk shopping centre.

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Regional REIT reveals portfolio growth since last year’s listing

27 May 2016 7:58 am

Regional REIT has announced a string of acquisitions totalling £131m since its listing last year and predicted “sustained” rental growth throughout 2016.

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Rockspring and Atlas' Beacon of hope with Birmingham purpose-built PRS scheme

27 May 2016 0:01 am

Rockspring and Atlas Residential have agreed a deal to forward-fund Birmingham’s first purpose-built private rented sector (PRS) scheme, The Beacon.

Manchester Victoria

Muse submits £185m New Victoria plans

27 May 2016 3:22 pm

Muse Developments has submitted plans for a £185m mixed-use scheme in Manchester city centre.

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Inspired buys Chertsey office for resi conversion

27 May 2016 1:34 pm

Inspired Asset Management has bought an office building in Chertsey with plans to carry out a £12m residential conversion.

St James Dover

Three lettings for Legal & General in Dover

27 May 2016 1:31 pm

Legal & General has secured lettings to Trespass, Costa Coffee and Nando’s at the St James retail and leisure scheme in Dover.

Covent Garden Walter House

Nadler buys Covent Garden office for hotel conversion

27 May 2016 11:40 am

Nadler Hotels has bought a vacant office building in Covent Garden from Legal & General Property for £15.7m, with plans to open a fourth site in London.

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Regional REIT reveals portfolio growth since last year’s listing

27 May 2016

Regional REIT has announced a string of acquisitions totalling £131m since its listing last year and predicted “sustained” rental growth throughout 2016.

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Property Week Digital Edition - 27 May 2016

27 May 2016

MEES warning – Brexit impact on resi – Tech occupier insight – Rupert Campbell interview

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Sheds Supplement May 2016

26 May 2016

How sheds became chic - Rise of big data storage - Shape of sheds to come - Insights from Segro, L&G and Hamsteen

RESI 2016

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RESI 10 for 10 - your outstanding resi schemes of the past decade

26 May 2016

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of RESI, we will be showcasing the 10 outstanding resi schemes of the past decade.

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MEES Investigation

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MEES investigation - are efficiency ratings a waste of energy?

27 May 2016

Properties’ energy efficiency ratings are often a moveable feast but do they leave too much scope for chicanery?

MEES bomb

Green time bomb - industry unprepared for MEES changes

27 May 2016

The industry is woefully unprepared for stringent new sustainability regulations due to come into force in 2018, research from Bilfinger GVA has revealed - in the same week a Property Week investigation exposed how open the current standards are to abuse.

Adam Branson

It's not easy being green - but property sector has no choice

27 May 2016

April 2018 may sound a long way off, but in the context of the property industry it is really just around the corner.

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Sheds Special Focus

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Instability hits key UK shed markets

25 May 2016

It was both a positive and negative story for the industrial and logistic sectors during 2015, as instability hit the London and regional markets.

Data centre

Data centres: charge of the byte brigade

25 May 2016

Our hunger for ever-larger data flows is insatiable. Increasingly they are the lifeblood of the economy, of innovations and of operational efficiencies, not to mention our digital consumer lifestyles.

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Brexit v Bremain

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Brexit or Bremain? Property's views on the EU referendum

20 May 2016

With just a month to go to the EU referendum, Property Week surveyed over 500 readers to gauge their views on the debate

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Agency 2016

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Agency 2016 - be a part of it

23 May 2016

The deadline for registering to take part in our annual survey of property advisors is fast approaching.

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