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Coalfield Resources, formerly known as UK Coal, has completed its reverse takeover of Harworth Estates.
UK shopping centre investments provided total returns of 14.0% in 2014, more than double the previous year’s performance, according to a new report.
SEGRO and Aviva Investors, through their joint venture, Airport Property Partnership (APP), have secured their largest ever letting at Heathrow Cargo Centre. Heathrow Cargo Centre
Bridges Ventures, the specialist sustainable investor, has agreed to buy the Evans Easyspace portfolio from Regus, the UK-listed serviced office provider, for £84m.
Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has posted a 53% jump in annual pre-tax profits to £468.8m, with revenue rising 17% to £2.7bn.
Protesters argue that foreign investors are forcing the locals out of London. Developers counter that without overseas money no housing would be built.
Aerial photographer Jason Hawkes releases a stunning video of London from above that highlights many of the city’s recently completed buildings.
Property Week: Latest Issue
MARKETS - Retail
Bond Street is one of the most famous luxury destinations in the world, but brands are finding it harder to acquire space there.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Property Awards, we have launched a special one-off award for the most innovative development of the past 20 years.
The strength of occupier demand has led to sharp falls in the availability of office space in the West End and the City of London at the end of 2014, despite new developments coming to market.
Hot Property Blog
Well, there you have it. Colliers International has finally found a City firm to cosy up to. The deal with the City supremos at GM Real Estate is agreed, and should be completed in the next few weeks.
OPEN PLAN CAMPAIGN
Since we launched our Open Plan diversity campaign in June 2014, the response has been overwhelming, with support and interest coming in from all parts of the property industry.
India’s largest real estate company DLF is looking to divest a 50% stake in four new housing projects for £311m, as a slowdown in sales hits the company’s bottom line.