Banks and Lending
The hint of optimism that was seen amongst small and medium to large businesses in August has permeated all groups in the survey.
Legal & General Property has today announced that it has bought a trio of office buildings at a cost of £34m.
Property investment firm Hansteen Holdings says the value of its portfolio increased by 4.1% or £43.2m, driven by the Sterling/Euro exchange rate.
Latest Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking Commercial Confidence Monitor shows positivity in all parts of industry for first time in three years. David Hatcher reports
Mergers and Acquisitions
Knight Frank has today announced that it will end its association with Ganly Waters Partnership in Ireland and will instead join forces with another advisory firm.
Editor-in-Chief, Giles Barrie discusses the Montague Review with Property Week’s residential correspondent, Emma Haslett.
There is a great debate raging at the heart of property lending, one which will come to define the sector for the next decade: can you make money from it?
De Montfort lending report shows signs of optimism for first time in seven years. Mike Phillips reports
The last couple of years have been pretty bleak for UK retailers, with over a dozen well-known high street brands going into administration since the recession kicked in. Here’s a timeline to put it all into perspective.