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Imperial science hub set for £116m sale

23 January 2015

A huge White City office building aimed at fostering science startups is being sold as a forward-funding opportunity for more than £116m as part of a major regeneration of the area.

South Kensington station

TfL goes full speed ahead with £2bn development plans

23 January 2015

Transport for London is poised to launch one of the largest portfolios of development sites ever brought forward in the capital - with observers suggesting it could be worth more than £2bn.

Oxford Street

New Balance warms up at Oxford St store

23 January 2015

New Balance, the US sports fashion brand, is set to open its first UK store in a prime location on Oxford Street.

Tower Place

Lloyds Bank provides £200m debt for Ping An's City buy

23 January 2015 12:01 pm

Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking has provided Chinese insurer Ping An with the £200m debt to buy Tower Place.Tower Place in the City


Kiko brings gloss to Covent Garden

23 January 2015

Italian make-up and skin care retailer Kiko Milano has agreed a deal to occupy a former Karen Millen store in Covent Garden.

BMG sets up home in Paddington

23 January 2015

The UK operation of international music company BMG has agreed a deal to occupy the final floor in European Land’s 5 Merchant Square in Paddington.

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M&G to fund £81m megashed

23 January 2015

M&G Real Estate is to forward-fund the £81m construction of Euro Car Parts’ megashed in the Golden Triangle.

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Mark Cutler, Keepmoat

Keepmoat makes double change at top

23 January 2015

Housing developer Keepmoat has made two senior management changes after securing investment from TDR Capital and Sun Capital.

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Big four supermarkets

Big four supermarkets hit a roadblock Video

23 January 2015

The ‘big four’ are in trouble, while the discounters are gaining ground. Is there a way out?

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Leadenhall video

Video takes us inside Leadenhall Video

23 January 2015

A new video shows the story of the construction of the Cheesegrater, by taking the viewer inside to discover the interiors and panoramic views.

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Television Centre switches over to new look

23 January 2015

From the outside, Television Centre is a monolith. The vast complex home to the BBC for more than 50 years is being transformed into a huge mixed-use district by developer Stanhope and its backers Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo.

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Big four supermarkets

Big four supermarkets hit a roadblock Video

23 January 2015

The ‘big four’ are in trouble, while the discounters are gaining ground. Is there a way out?

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Salary survey

Take part in our salary survey and you could win a hotel stay

23 January 2015

How’s your pay this year? Big bonus? Salary rise? Take part in our annual salary survey to be in with a chance of winning a night at Sloane Square Hotel or new iPad Air 2.


Simon Silver, left, and John Burns of Derwent London

How Derwent London became a property powerhouse

23 January 2015

This year marks the 30th anniversary of John Burns and Simon Silver’s first acquisition, since when they turned Derwent London from a company with a £5m market cap into a £3.27bn powerhouse.

Election 2015

Have your say in our General Election survey

19 January 2015

Property Week wants to know what you think about May’s General Election – and what it might mean for the market.


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Property Week launches daily financial newsletter

15 January 2015

Property Week has launched Finance Daily, a weekday morning newsletter to provide readers with the most up-to-the-minute finance news, data and analysis.

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Logicor grows German logistics platform

23 January 2015

Logicor, Blackstone Real Estate’s European logistics company, has acquired three assets in Germany for around €100m (£76m). 

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