Construction / housebuilding

Government's multi-billion pound housing stimulus: developers react

25 August 2016 4:42 am

Residential developers have given a cautious welcome to government plans to launch a multi-billion-pound funding package aimed at tackling the housing crisis.

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Olympian seek to strike gold with Manchester PRS scheme

25 August 2016 5:49 am

Property demand across the initial night tube service stops is set to receive a boost with Tottenham Hale and Woodford predicted to be the most popular by new research.

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Modular specialists to deliver Creekside Wharf scheme

25 August 2016 5:24 am

Build-to-rent developer Essential Living has picked modular specialist Elements Europe to deliver its Creekside Wharf scheme in south London.

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Bilfinger GVA appointed to sell Holloway Prison

25 August 2016 10:25 am

The government has appointed Bilfinger GVA to sell Holloway Prison as a residential redevelopment opportunity. 

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Cairn back in profit as it predicts Brexit boost

25 August 2016 8:56 am

Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes has returned to profit during the first half of the year as it ramped up housebuilding activity.

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Audley Retirement sees record first half

25 August 2016 11:25 am

Luxury retirement village operator Audley Retirement has seen record results in the first half of 2016, with revenues increasing by 511%.


Loan syndication market slows

25 August 2016 10:50 am

The real estate loan syndication market in the EMEA region has witnessed its slowest six months since 2013, according to league tables released by Dealogic.

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Portuguese bank signs at The Monument Building

25 August 2016 10:45 am

Skanska has let the ground floor of The Monument Building in the City to Portuguese bank Caixa Geral de Depósitos.

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Housebuilder commits to Glasgow

25 August 2016 10:44 am

Housebuilder Mactaggart & Mickel Group has agreed a new 10 year lease on its Glasgow headquarters.

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Irwin Mitchell remains committed to London real estate

25 August 2016 5:18 am

Law firm Irwin Mitchell has reiterated its commitment to its London property business after five of its real estate partners jumped ship to join rivals.

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Audley Retirement sees record first half

25 August 2016

Luxury retirement village operator Audley Retirement has seen record results in the first half of 2016, with revenues increasing by 511%.

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Playing with a big Lego kit: Nigel Hugill interview

19 August 2016

For most of us, transforming a 1,400-acre former Cold War airfield - complete with nuclear bunker - into a new settlement where people can live and take their children to school sounds like a daunting prospect.

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Property Week Digital Edition - 19 August 2016

19 August 2016

Parisian post-vote push - RESI preview - Grosvenor obituary - Scotland focus

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London supplement June 2016

23 June 2016

A special focus on London with Hugh Seaborn interview, Olympic legacy analysis and data on the capital’s overseas attractiveness


RESI 2016 survey - give us your views

22 August 2016

Take our survey and have your say on the state of play in the UK residential market.

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Sadiq Khan's first 100 days: what have we learnt so far?

25 August 2016

If a week is a long time in politics, you might think that after 100 days in office the mayor of London Sadiq Khan has had more than enough time to stamp his authority on City Hall.

Jonathan Goldstein

RESI: Time to re-establish a culture of collaboration Video

25 August 2016

Watching the bile-fuelled speeches that seem to be increasingly commonplace in the ongoing political saga in North America from my hotel room on a recent trip to New York, I was struck by the behavioural similarities between US politics and the dramas being played out on the UK political stage.

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Office-to-resi: A shot in the arm for the housing industry

23 August 2016

The opportunity to re-use and re-invest in tired old buildings as a route to kickstart growth of our town centres is now beginning to be realised, although not without some controversy.

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Focus on Scotland


Can Glasgow and Edinburgh prosper after Brexit vote?

23 August 2016

Scotland is still reeling after the UK’s decision - or more accurately England and Wales’s decision - to leave the EU.

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The word on the high street: Edinburgh closes gap on Glasgow

23 August 2016

Edinburgh’s retail scene has always been a step behind Glasgow’s.


Scotland's industrial market is continuing to hold its own in face of Brexit

23 August 2016

How has the Scottish industrial market fared since the Brexit vote?

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Q&A: Chris Stewart on Scotland’s property market post Brexit vote

23 August 2016

Developer Chris Stewart Group focuses on the regeneration of complex, listed buildings in Edinburgh and Glasgow - but owner Chris Stewart is always keeping an eye out for a good deal away from the city.

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Brexit Impacts

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Is Dublin primed for a post-Brexit office boom?

25 August 2016

Earlier this month, a 10,000 sq ft office requirement, routine and relatively small on the face of it, landed on the desks of office agents in Dublin.

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Brexit: keep calm and remember the legal fundamentals

25 August 2016

The immediate shock waves on that fateful Friday morning of 24 June sent commentators into a spin, as Alastair Stewart wrote in a recent column.


With Brexit uncertainty comes opportunity

21 August 2016

As Guy Montague-Jones’ leader column made clear, “Brexit is not Armageddon”.

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