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Bank of Montreal

Bank of Montreal launches search for larger London HQ

20 October 2017 0:00 am

The Bank of Montreal is on the hunt for a new and larger London headquarters - making it the latest bank to defy expectations of a Brexit-related cool-off in occupier demand in the capital.

tesco avonmouth

South Korean investors pounce on Tesco DC

20 October 2017 8:58 am

A consortium of South Korean institutional investors alongside Roebuck Asset Management have acquired a Tesco distribution centre in Avonmouth for £71.4m.

WHR

Avison Young snaps up Manchester's WHR

20 October 2017 8:32 am

Avison Young has agreed to acquire Manchester-based WHR Property Consultants in a deal that almost doubles the size of its UK business, Property Week can reveal.

Kennedy Wilson Europe Mary Ricks

Kennedy Wilson and Kennedy Wilson Europe complete $8bn merger

20 October 2017 12:12 pm

Kennedy Wilson Holdings (KW) has completed its merger with Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate (KWE), creating a new global real estate investment and asset management platform with an $8bn (£6bn) enterprise value.

Office buildings

UK commercial property value fell 4.6% last year

20 October 2017 11:23 am

The total value of all UK commercial property fell 4.6% from £926bn in 2015 to £883bn in 2016, according to a new report from the Property Industry Alliance (PIA).

Holiday Inn

CL Capital acquires Holiday Inn Birmingham Walsall

20 October 2017 11:19 am

Asian-based investment fund CL Capital has acquired the Holiday Inn Birmingham Walsall from Canada Life.

The Avenue, Tottenham Court Rd

The Avenue office space fully let six months after completion

20 October 2017 11:06 am

The office space at The Avenue in London’s West End is now fully let six months after completion.

The Harley Building, IWG

IWG takes West End office for co-working flagship

20 October 2017 9:59 am

Flexible workspace provider IWG has signed a lease to occupy all six floors for the The Harley Building, Marylebone which will be the flagship location for its Spaces co-working brand.

Experian Way at Nottingham’s NG2 Business is in Project Infinity

F&C UK Property Fund up by a third since EU referendum

20 October 2017 0:00 am

F&C UK Property Fund is on an acquisition drive after experiencing inflows of more than £100m since the EU referendum, increasing the retail fund’s total value by a third to £416m.

ILKE Homes construction

Ilke Homes increases construction target

20 October 2017 0:00 am

New modular construction business Ilke Homes has appointed Björn Conway from EY as its chief executive, as well as upping its production target to 2,000 units a year.

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PROPERTY FINANCE

Great Depression unemployment

Cyclical trends give us reasons to be cheerful

20 October 2017

Weakness in the UK property market in 2017 has led some in the industry to wonder whether it is heading towards another collapse of the sort seen during the global financial crisis.

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ILKE Homes construction

Ilke Homes increases construction target

New modular construction business Ilke Homes has appointed Björn Conway from EY as its chief executive, as well as upping its production target to 2,000 units a year.

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PROPERTY IN-DEPTH

St John's, Manchester

Regeneration projects: revival instinct

20 October 2017

In the wake of the financial crisis, local authorities have had to adopt a more creative approach to regeneration. Property Week assesses how they are tackling it and what they are working on.

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Property Week Digital Edition - 20 October 2017

20 October 2017

London resi hotspots - Regeneration projects - UK foreign investment - East Midlands focus

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Property Week: Latest Supplement

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Out-of-Town Retail supplement October 2017

12 October 2017

Retail warehouses - Hannah Milne interview - Super regional shopping centres - Retail landlords

Insights on UK investment

St John's, Manchester

Regeneration projects: revival instinct

20 October 2017

In the wake of the financial crisis, local authorities have had to adopt a more creative approach to regeneration. Property Week assesses how they are tackling it and what they are working on.

UK foreign investment map

Foreign investment: inwardly mobile

20 October 2017

Despite the UK’s impending withdrawal from the EU, foreign investment in the UK is still on a roll.

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Leader

Liz Hamson, editor of Property Week

How many Weinsteins are there in this industry?

20 October 2017

As grubby detail after grubby detail emerges of Harvey Weinstein’s appalling abuse of power and women in Hollywood, the question inevitably turns to how wide-scale the problem is - and how far it extends beyond the world of entertainment, which seems not only to have turned a blind eye to it but been complicit and even enabled it at times.

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Big Interviews

Catherine Haward

A force for good: how Haward made the leap from sergeant to developer

20 October 2017

Catherine Haward had spent 19 years in the police force and expected to stay there for the rest of her career.

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East Mids focus

Great Central, Leicester

Better late than never, development is coming to Leicester

20 October 2017

In the East Midlands, Leicester has historically lost out to its larger northerly neighbours Nottingham and Derby in the development stakes.

Nottingham Waterside Regen

Nottingham JV wakes up to River Trent development potential

19 October 2017

If you stand on the ancient walls of Nottingham Castle and look south towards the floodlights of the famous sports grounds flanking the River Trent, there is not much to soothe sore eyes.

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Resi

St Johns Wood Barracks

The long slow march on St John’s Wood and Hyde Park barrack sales

20 October 2017

Malaysian billionaire Ananda Krishnan must be going up the wall.

Plaistow Hub, Newham

New force emerges in council home building

19 October 2017

Local housing companies grow in popularity, offering opportunities for tie-ups.

More residential analysis

Care home profit margin infographic

Rising costs put the squeeze on profits in care home sector

19 October 2017

Profits in the care home sector have come under pressure this year as a result of rising costs, Colliers International’s latest healthcare market review shows.

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