LATEST PROPERTY NEWS
Carlyle Group’s £500m Pure portfolio is set to hit the market, cementing 2014 as the year of student housing.
3PL Norbert Dentressangle will service Amazon contract at 1m sq ft Daventry shed, previously owned by Tesco.
Brunswick shopping centre and 10 Bedford Street expected to hit the market for a combined £175m price tag.
After buying more than £1bn-worth of property since 2010, industrial investor Hansteen is now poised to become a net seller in the UK.
Liz Peace, who retires shortly as chief executive of the British Property Federation (BPF), has taken up a non-executive role with housebuilder Redrow.
Everyone who’s anyone has been piling into the student housing market over the past year. Why the sudden interest? Can it be maintained? And what does it mean for the biggest player in the sector? David Parsley finds out.
The owner of a failed Manchester-based student housing company Opal Property Group has launched a Libor claim against the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Islington council has voiced its optimism that it can achieve a compromise with the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) in the north London borough’s protracted battle to halt unrestricted conversions of offices to residential in the borough.
JLL hires James Devany as a North West associate director.
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OPEN PLAN CAMPAIGN
Career education and visible female role models are needed to get more women into property.
While many are beginning to call at least the start of the top of the market in London, beyond the M25 the talk is still of recovery rather than boom… and in some cases even that is nascent (as you’ll realise if you’ve walked up Margate high street, as I do most weekends).
Property Week Podcast presenter James Max was this month joined by Abstract Securities founder Mark Glatman and Steve Norris, former transport minister and Soho Estates chairman.