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Anna Goldie Freelance

Property Week

Stories by this contributor.

  • More besides the sea

    18 May 2007

    Southend wants to convince retail developers that it is not just a seafront with a town attached.

  • Sleeping Lyons

    Skyline April 2007

    The government relocations heralded by the Lyons review have so far failed to live up to property industry expectations. Anna Goldie assesses the way ahead. Illustration by Jonathan Edwards

  • Bournemouth’s sore point

    16 March 2007

    The Castlepoint shopping centre faces legal action.

  • The market in minutes

    16 March 2007

    Anna Goldie and Richard Heap give you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • Wessex therapy

    16 March 2007

    Three schemes are vying to provide Trowbridge with the large shops so lacking in the town.

  • Excess baggage

    2 March 2007

    Hotels want to join the REIT rush and release capital from their property. But Revenue and Customs will not be making it easy.

  • Sleeping partners

    2 March 2007

    Investors can buy individual hotel rooms.

  • Staybridge Suites takes up UK residence

    2 March 2007

    Intercontinental’s US apart-hotel brand lands seven contracts

  • 20-30-40-50

    22 February 2007

    Each week we meet a property character from a different age bracket. Today, Anna Goldie meets Reg Haslam, 58, director of development at ReBlackpool

  • Above the parapet

    16 February 2007

    Developers are risking speculative projects as Sheffield’s occupier market grows stronger.

  • Faith, hope and Trinity

    16 February 2007

    The council’s blessing for a delayed redevelopment of Leeds’ Trinity Arcade has cleared the way for a new retail quarter.

  • Irish show steel with Sheffield purchase

    16 February 2007

    Oregan Financial buys Carmel House retail block at record 4.18% yield

  • Still waters run deep

    16 February 2007

    John Bywater, Hammerson’s retail renaissance man, is returning to his Yorkshire roots.

  • The market in minutes

    16 February 2007

    Anna Goldie gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • Way off track

    16 February 2007

    Is the Northern Way now as redundant as its creator, John Prescott?

  • McAleer & Rushe buys £40m Leeds site

    2 February 2007

    Northern Irish developer buys 6.5 acres in city centre from Paul Sykes

  • 20-30-40-50

    1 February 2007

    Each week we meet a property character from a different age bracket. This week Anna Goldie meets Natasha Abbas, 29, assistant project manager at St Paul’s Developments

  • Neutral colours

    26 January 2007

    Quintain has been selected to deliver a Will Alsop-designed masterplan for a carbon-neutral development in Middlesbrough. Anna Goldie reports

  • The market in minutes

    26 January 2007

    Anna Goldie gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • Water under the bridge

    26 January 2007

    The underpopulated failed new town of Peterlee is fighting back after a recent call centre closure.

  • When the boats come in

    26 January 2007

    One NorthEast hopes to turn the Port of Tyne into a North Sea cruise destination.

  • Bedpans and broomsticks

    12 January 2007

    Land Securities and the Livingstone brothers are investing in uncharted property territory: hospitals.

  • 20-30-40-50

    11 January 2007

    Each week we meet a property figure from a different age bracket. Today, Anna Goldie meets Nick Phillips, 39, a property manager at the National Trust

  • Yorkshire forward

    15 December 2006

    Rents are rising as investors head due north

  • 20-30-40-50-60-70-80

    13 December 2006

    Each week we meet a property figure from a different age bracket. This week Anna Goldie meets Roy Cadogan, 82, a valuer at Montagu Evans

  • After the Scunthorpe effect

    01 December 2006

    Opus Land is attempting to put Lincolnshire on the map as a big sheds location.

  • Dye another day

    01 December 2006

    Developer Reland is planning mixed-use schemes on two contaminated sites.

  • Kenmore to spruce up Leeds’ City House

    01 December 2006

    Developer in joint venture for 120,000 sq ft office block

  • Leeds’ leading ladies

    01 December 2006

    Council supremo Jean Dent and Montpellier chief Jan Fletcher have a mission: to turn Leeds into an iconic city.

  • The market in minutes

    01 December 2006

    Anna Goldie gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • Heart sell

    17 November 2006

    O&H is targeting Walton-on-Thames’s affluent residents at its shopping centre, the Heart.

  • Recovery play

    17 November 2006

    Despite plummeting yields, office investors are parting with their cash in the hope that rental levels will improve.

  • The market in minutes

    17 November 2006

    Anna Goldie gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • Soho’s redemption

    10 November 2006

    Capital of sleaze or newly gentrified leisure spot? Anna Goldie burrows into the porn and drinking dens of Soho.

  • 20-30-40-50

    03 November 2006

    Each week we meet a property character from a different age bracket. This week Anna Goldie meets Paul Jenkins, 39, director at Mayfield Asset Management

  • Extreme measures

    Retail and Leisure Supplement 2006

    One man is on a mission to bring kayaking and rock climbing into shopping centres. Anna Goldie meets TV’s Duncan McCallum

  • Eye of the beholder

    27 October 2006

    Belvedere Road Retail Park has been named the ugliest building in Suffolk.

  • King’s pools its resources

    27 October 2006

    A masterplan for the regeneration of King’s Lynn’s waterfront has been approved.

  • Lagmar’s £9m profit on Anglia Square

    27 October 2006

    Joint venture sells Norwich mall for a third more after only nine months

  • Millers tale

    27 October 2006

    KMiller Developments is kick-starting a much-needed makeover of Great Yarmouth’s shopping district.

  • The market in minutes

    27 October 2006

    Anna Goldie gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • 20-30-40-50

    18 October 2006

    Each week we meet a property character from a different age bracket. This week Anna Goldie meets Nadeem Shah, 50, managing director of TLB Properties and Swan Homes

  • 20-30-40-50

    27 September 2006

    Each week we meet a property character from a different age bracket. This week Anna Goldie meets Adrian Cormican, 27, partner in the property finance team at Clydesdale Bank

  • Developer shortlist for Newcastle Co-op site

    22 September 2006

    Hanro, Downing and Unite vie for 1.2 acre site

  • Hill to climb

    22 September 2006

    Terrace Hill hopes its Baltic Business Quarter ‘urban office park’ can address the lack of space in Newcastle and Gateshead.

  • Spatial effects

    22 September 2006

    The regional spatial strategy’s examination in public recommends limiting the land available to industrial developers. Anna Goldie reports

  • The market in minutes

    22 September 2006

    Anna Goldie gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • Vardy shifts gear

    22 September 2006

    Richard Vardy hopes to replicate his family’s success in the motor trade with his new venture, Vardy Property Group.

  • Youd better shop around

    22 September 2006

    Shopping centre investors are on the move in the north-east. Anna Goldie reports

  • 20-30-40-50-60

    01 September 2006

    Each week we meet a property character from a different age bracket. This week Anna Goldie meets Sylvia Fisher, 66, help desk administrator at MERJS

  • Donning a new image

    01 September 2006

    Frenchgate shopping centre, a thriving airport and potential city status are making Doncaster a boom town.

  • Lost and foundry

    01 September 2006

    A former steelworks is still the hottest industrial site in South Yorkshire.

  • Our trends in the north

    01 September 2006

    Anna Goldie analyses Investec research on the north of England and Scotland

  • The last picture show

    01 September 2006

    A winning proposal has been selected for the development of the site of Bradford’s old Odeon cinema.

  • The market in minutes

    01 September 2006

    Anna Goldie gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • White Rose blooms with 95,000 sq ft expansion plans

    01 September 2006

    Leeds business park owner Munroe K to submit planning application for office development

  • Bottle job

    04 August 2006

    City & Provincial aims to put the fizz back into a former Stockwell wine bottle store.

  • Quintain and charity to develop riverside scheme

    04 August 2006

    Morden College and developer to regenerate 40 acre Greenwich Peninsula site

  • Stall or nothing

    04 August 2006

    Morley Fund Management plans a mixed-use scheme around Bermondsey’s notorious antiques market.

  • Rank agrees £172m sale and leaseback

    21 July 2006

    Pears and Khalastchi splash out for bingo halls

  • Watch this space

    21 July 2006

    Cinema operators are overhauling wasted foyer space in an attempt to seduce audiences with better food and leisure facilities. Anna Goldie reports

  • Britain's alternative offices

    14 July 2006

    Last week government adviser Kate Barker blamed high office costs on planning. Today Anna Goldie visits four weird workplaces to see how occupiers are beating the system

  • Bohemian rhapsody

    14 July 2006

    Manchester’s Northern Quarter has long attracted ‘bohemian’ occupiers and the council’s regeneration framework is enabling developers of smaller offices to build on this. Anna Goldie reports

  • Manchester tram still neglects poor

    14 July 2006

    Government’s overspending fears limit budget for Metrolink extension

  • The market in minutes

    14 July 2006

    Anna Goldie gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • 20-30-40-50

    12 July 2006

    Each week we meet a property figure from a different age bracket. This week Anna Goldie meets Rosemary Tinker, 45, national chair of the Association of Women in Property for 2006-07

  • Tanfield cherry-picksindustrial premises

    23 June 2006

    Engineering group takes 25-year lease on largest facility in region

  • The market in minutes

    23 June 2006

    Anna Goldie gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • Tyne after time

    23 June 2006

    The north-east has been transformed in the past decade but it could struggle to maintain a similar pace in the next decade.

  • Small mercies

    Offices and business parks supplement 2006

    Cisco Systems has appointed niche firm Hicks Baker to market the biggest tranche of land in Reading. Anna Goldie reports

  • A logistical move

    26 May 2006

    Industrial specialist Parkridge is attacking western Europe from its Paris office.

  • Arlington buys French parks for €55.7m

    26 May 2006

    Business park specialist kicks off Pan-Euro logistics fund with double buy

  • Bare-faced chic

    26 May 2006

    Hammerson's £85m Vendôme Saint-Honoré retail scheme epitomises Parisian elegance.

  • Harbouring doubts

    26 May 2006

    Developers Gazeley and ProLogis have renewed their focus on Le Havre and Dunkirk, but expensive port taxes and complex labour relations could put off occupiers. Anna Goldie reports

  • Thrill de France

    26 May 2006

    Paris investment is booming but pressure on rents could freeze the market. Anna Goldie reports

  • Vive les différences

    26 May 2006

    The French retail and retail investment markets are a world away from their UK counterparts. Anna Goldie reports

  • The new wave

    12 May 2006

    From Afghanistan to Abu Dhabi, from Bahrain to Beirut, developers want to emulate Dubai as the world's new property hotspot. Anna Goldie reports from the Gulf - and asks if the development frenzy is a timebomb waiting to explode

  • Growing pains

    05 May 2006

    After haemorrhaging directors and instructions over the last few months, Jones Lang LaSalle in Leeds has recruited new office head Jeff Pearey to rejuvenate the office.

  • The market in minutes

    05 May 2006

    Anna Goldie gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • Automotive property investment to hit £600m

    24 March 2006

    Transactions rise from £20m in 2000 and £500m in 2005, says GVA Grimley

  • Pendragon's den

    24 March 2006

    After buying out car dealership group Reg Vardy, Pendragon plans to streamline its portfolio.

  • Counter argument

    24 March 2006

    Trade counters will remain a grey area until they are allotted a use classification.

  • Bold storage

    24 March 2006

    Self-storage companies are seeking roadside sites as they pursue rapid expansion.

  • Speaking english

    North west supplement 2006

    One of the leading candidates to take over as chief executive of English Partnerships, Paul Spooner still has plenty of work to do for the agency in the north-west. Photograph by John Boyce

  • Developers vie with logistics groups for 150 acres of sites

    03 March 2006

    Land in Newton Aycliffe expected to attract offers of £50,000 or more an acre

  • Highway patrol

    03 March 2006

    Stop orders from the Highways Agency are preventing development across the north-east.

  • Out of fashion

    03 March 2006

    The days of small-town department stores are numbered, so the future of five Co-op stores in the region is in the balance.

  • The market in minutes

    03 March 2006

    Anna Goldie gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • A fairway to development

    17 February 2006

    The members of a 100-year-old Bradford golf club have welcomed the chance to oversee the redevelopment of their course.

  • Delivering the goods

    17 February 2006

    Take-up of grade A space may have been down in Leeds in 2005, but the decline looks set to reverse later this year.

  • Downing chosen for £50m Leeds student village tie-up

    17 February 2006

    Liverpool-based developer to build on former BBC HQ for Leeds Metropolitan University

  • In the zone

    17 February 2006

    The enterprise zone incentives that attracted Next to Brookfields Park could entice other occupiers to South Yorkshire.

  • Leeds' show-stopper

    17 February 2006

    It has been years since Leeds had a venue that could host the biggest rock acts, but plans for a 13,000-seat arena could change that.

  • The market in minutes

    17 February 2006

    Anna Goldie gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • The missing Link

    17 February 2006

    The East Leeds Link Road will be short, but it is hoped that it will spark the regeneration of the Aire Valley.

  • In deep water

    27 January 2006

    Years of economic decline and last year's floods have made Carlisle a tough sell to developers, but those in charge of its regeneration think its potential can be tapped.

  • New hope for the leak district

    27 January 2006

    The £77m New Squares development aims to lure Penrith's shoppers back to the town's high street.

  • The market in minutes

    27 January 2006

    Anna Goldie gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • Buncefield prompts hazard rethink

    13 January 2006

    Exclusion zones around UK industrial sites mooted by Cabinet Office

  • Hope in hell

    13 January 2006

    December’s Buncefield oil depot explosion could change Hemel Hempstead and industrial development forever.


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