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Bilfinger

CBRE stalks Bilfinger GVA

12 February 2016 0:00 am

CBRE is in talks with Bilfinger to buy GVA and other property-related businesses owned by the German company, Property Week can reveal.

Next store, The Peel Centre, Straiton, Edinburgh

Next’s expansion continues with biggest store in Scotland

12 February 2016 0:00 am

Next has revealed plans to open its largest store in Scotland at The Peel Centre, Straiton, in Edinburgh.

23 Austin Friars, London

Russian seeks £40m for City building

12 February 2016 0:00 am

A private Russian client of BNP Paribas Real Estate has put a City office building on the block with an asking price of £40m.

Asda store

Longer Sunday hours not ‘game-changing’

12 February 2016 0:00 am

Ministers’ plans to boost high streets by extending Sunday trading hours will not be “game-changing” and are unlikely to be a boon for supermarkets, according to retail experts.

The Range store

Stoford seeks £90m to build mega-shed in the South West

12 February 2016 0:00 am

Stoford Developments has gone to market looking for forward funding for the development of a 1.2m sq ft distribution centre in the South West for The Range.

Churchill Plaza, Basingstoke, Hampshire

Seven acquires £12m Basingstoke office

12 February 2016 0:00 am

Seven Capital has acquired an office building in Basingstoke, Hampshire, from Regional REIT in a £12m deal.

Sir Jack and Lady Frances Petchey

Sir Jack Petchey marries long-term partner Frances

12 February 2016 0:00 am

Just a month after receiving his knighthood, industry legend Sir Jack Petchey tied the knot at the weekend in a ceremony overlooking Tower Bridge.

Patrizia buys Manchester site for £12m

12 February 2016 0:00 am

Patrizia UK has acquired Manchester’s Linley House office building for about £12m.

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PROPERTY FINANCE

Housebuilding

Wellesley recruits two industry heavyweights

12 February 2016

Peer-to-peer (P2P) property lender Wellesley has appointed former Ulster Bank board member Stephen Bell and former Shawbrook director Nick McAuliffe to key roles.

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Housebuilding

Wellesley recruits two industry heavyweights

Peer-to-peer (P2P) property lender Wellesley has appointed former Ulster Bank board member Stephen Bell and former Shawbrook director Nick McAuliffe to key roles.

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RESIDENTIAL & DEVELOPMENT

Building

Urban land values rise but wider resi market ‘subdued'

11 February 2016

The value of residential development land in cities is increasing at a faster rate than that of greenfield development sites, amid increasing demand for land around transport nodes, Savills has said.

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Property Week February 12

Property Week Digital Edition - 12 February 2016

12 February 2016

Sainsbury’s and Argos – YOPA interview – Surrey & Sussex – Occupiers – Devolving planning powers – City office space

INTERVIEWS

Yopa

Interview: YOPA, the company out to revolutionise estate agency

12 February 2016

The wall outside the boardroom of the London head office of YOPA bears the following Henry Ford quote: “Failure is just a resting place. It’s an opportunity to begin again more intelligently.”

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London skyline

Deluge of City office space on the way

Office space equivalent to the floor space of Dubai’s 162-storey Burj Khalifa - the world’s tallest skyscraper - is set to complete construction in the City of London in the next two years, according to Cluttons’ latest central London office report.

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Movers and Shakers

Leeds Movers and Shakers event

Devolution issue dominates Leeds property forum

10 February 2016

Devolution was the watchword at the Movers and Shakers event held in Leeds city centre last week.

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Professional

Newcastle

Devolving planning powers to city regions is proving to be a patchy affair

12 February 2016

New analysis from WYG and the House of Commons examines how the new system is panning out across the country.

Marks and Spencer

It’s not easy being green, but it can have a positive impact on stores

5 February 2016

Stores with natural light, fresh air and greenery are becoming more attractive to customers - and more profitable for retailers.

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International News

Money

Spanish hypermarkets bought by Invesco for pan-European fund

10 February 2016

Invesco Real Estate has bought a portfolio of 11 hypermarkets in northern Spain in a €358m sale and leaseback deal with property firm Gonuri Harizartean.

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