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Singaporean investor Oxley Holdings and housebuilder Galliard Homes are plotting a major assault on the UK regions, Property Week can reveal.
The UK private rented sector (PRS) is finally gaining momentum with almost one-third of all housing starts in London in the first quarter of 2015 for rental schemes, a new report has found.
One of the world’s most prominent family offices has made its first direct real estate investment in the UK, backing a new £120m industrial property investment vehicle.
US private equity firm Harbert Management Corporation is lining up the sale of a UK retail warehouse portfolio with an asking price in the region of £90m.
The head of UK real estate transaction management at Barclays has left the bank to join a consultancy firm.
The volume of syndicated real estate finance loans across the EMEA region in the first half of this year reached its highest level since 2008, according to Dealogic.
Japanese developer Mitsubishi Estate has won planning consent for a 40-storey office tower in the City of London.
Lendlease and joint venture partner Evans Property Group have submitted a planning application for the final development stage of Hungate, one the largest residential regeneration projects underway in Yorkshire.
Countryside, a private housebuilder focused on London and the South East, has appointed Rebecca Worthington as its new chief financial officer.
Palmer Capital has completed its busiest ever quarter, with £170m of equity committed in the three months to the end of June.
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The Singaporean investor and London housebuilder are to target the mid-market with a 10,000-home development push.
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CBRE Great Property Bike Ride
Property’s finest converged on the Denbies Wine Estate yesterday for the Great Property Bike Ride.
Big data has opened up new possibilities in areas of business and academia from medicine to advertising - and everything in between.
The UK’s care homes are undergoing a “space race in design” led by innovative developers.
A strong performance in the regions saw investment in UK commercial property balloon to £36bn in the first half of this year - the second-highest total on record, according to Lambert Smith Hampton’s (LSH) latest UK Investment Transactions report.
The F&C UK Property Fund is to become the latest fund for retail investors to convert to a tax-efficient property authorised investment fund (PAIF).
Savills’ national auction raised a respectable total of £45m this week - but fewer high-value lots meant it fell short of its June total.
At the end of last year, the Urban Land Institute (ULI) UK ran a pilot scheme looking to introduce sixth-form pupils to the various disciplines that make up the built environment industry.
American Realty Capital has revealed plans to invest $3bn (£1.9bn) through two vehicles over the next 18 months in sale-and-leaseback deals in Europe.
So David Cameron wants to crack down on “dirty money” in the UK property industry, does he? Good luck with that one.