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Matt Cassell

Time Retail continues recruitment drive by poaching CBRE man

30 March 2015 3:34 pm

Matt Cassell, CBRE’s current head of shopping centre leasing, is to join Time Retail Partners, the new retail property advisory business launched earlier this month, Property Week can reveal.

McCarthy and Stone retirement homes

McCarthy & Stone remains tight lipped on float as it reveals leap in NAV

30 March 2015 9:23 am

McCarthy & Stone, the UK’s largest retirement home developer, has revealed an 11% increase in net asset value (NAV) to £497.4m in the first half of its current financial year.

Hammerson takes control of Martineau Galleries

30 March 2015 11:23 am

Hammerson has acquired the remainder of the Martineau Galleries in Birmingham, giving it total ownership of the development opportunity.

Finance

First Property shares jump 14% in two days

30 March 2015 5:41 pm

First Property shares have rocketed after the group announced the sale of the final two properties in its office to residential conversion fund.

Merrion Centre in Leeds

TCS reveals industrial acquisitions

30 March 2015 9:15 am

Town Centre Securities (TCS) has announced progress with various schemes at the Merrion Centre, Leeds, together with the acquisition of three industrial warehouse units.

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PROPERTY FINANCE

Tiger store

Tiger roars into new stores after profits boost

30 March 2015

Homeware retailer Tiger is set to open three new stores in London and the south east in the coming weeks, as its latest trading results show pre-tax profits for the area almost doubled this year.

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Matt Cassell

Time Retail continues recruitment drive by poaching CBRE man

30 March 2015

Matt Cassell, CBRE’s current head of shopping centre leasing, is to join Time Retail Partners, the new retail property advisory business launched earlier this month, Property Week can reveal.

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McCarthy and Stone retirement homes

McCarthy & Stone remains tight lipped on float as it reveals leap in NAV

30 March 2015

McCarthy & Stone, the UK’s largest retirement home developer, has revealed an 11% increase in net asset value (NAV) to £497.4m in the first half of its current financial year.

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Microsoft’s new office on the CB1 development in Cambridge

Why Cambridge is pulling ahead of Oxford

27 March 2015

Oxford and Cambridge may be neck and neck on the academic front, but when it comes to economic growth, Cambridge is pulling ahead.

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MARKETS - East Midlands

Looking for new business for the East Midlands at Mipim 2015

Derby, Nottingham and Leicester marketing themselves as a 'regional powerhouse'

27 March 2015

Mipim 2015 may well have been a game-changing event for the East Midlands. Derby, Nottingham and Leicester used to tackle the annual real estate festival separately.

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INTERVIEW

(l-r): Roger Sporle, David Buck and John Cutts

Interview: The 'godfather of sheds' John Cutts

27 March 2015

Shed legend John Cutt, together with his right hand man Roger Sporle and investor David Buck, talks about his new firm’s expansion plans.

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ANALYSIS

Microsoft’s new office on the CB1 development in Cambridge

Why Cambridge is pulling ahead of Oxford

27 March 2015

Oxford and Cambridge may be neck and neck on the academic front, but when it comes to economic growth, Cambridge is pulling ahead.

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Current PRS locations in London

Inner London attracts PRS

27 March 2015

The future development of purpose-built rental schemes in the capital will be focused on the inner London boroughs, particularly Greenwich, Tower Hamlets and Southwark, new research predicts.

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Wet‘n’Wild theme park

Village Roadshow and CITIC take Asian rollercoaster ride

27 March 2015

The Australian owner of Wet’n’Wild theme parks has teamed up with a Chinese investor to roll theme parks out across Asia.

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