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A trio of City of London offices is set to come to market next month as investors look to cash in on a fourth-quarter investment bonanza expected to smash last year’s £3bn.
Former Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have launched a search for premises for their new production company.
The National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) has swooped to buy a Hammersmith office building for more than £75m, in a further sign of the strength of the west London submarket.
Serviced office provider WeWork is in early talks to take 106,812 sq ft in Paddington, in what would be a major boost for the West End submarket.
Retail investor Pradera is under offer to buy the Forge retail park in Glasgow from Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley for more than £85m.
The price of UK greenfield and urban development land has jumped in the second quarter of 2015, as market sentiment has improved following the Conservatives’ win in the general election.
Legal & General Property (LGP) has secured planning permission for the refurbishment of Temple Court in Birmingham.
Rising consumer spend will fuel further growth in the UK’s leisure sector, according to research published by fund manager M&G Real Estate.
Leading real estate analyst Mike Prew rattled more than a few nerves this week with his grim evaluation of the prospects for property values and rents.
Mark Burgess has joined CBRE’s national team as senior director of asset services.
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The country’s love affair with the bicycle shows no sign of slowing down.
The government appears to have abandoned its commitment to the zero-carbon standard and Green Deal.
Speculative development of large industrial units roared back during the second quarter of 2015, hitting its highest level for more than eight years, according to Gerald Eve’s latest Prime Logistics bulletin.
Good news, people. The end of the world as we know it was announced on Monday… and while we may not feel fine, we are still here.
Private equity real estate investor Henley has made its first move in the US, backing a serviced apartment operator in a deal worth around $100m (£64m).