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PHP boosts portfolio

26 April 2017

Primary Health Properties (PHP) has revealed it added £13.5m of acquisitions to its portfolio in its latest trading update.

Matthew Weiner

U+I reports full-year fall in NAV as profits plunge

26 April 2017

U+I, formerly known as Development Securities, has reported falls in Net Asset Value (NAV) and profit for the full year to 28 February.

UKCPT Shrewsbury

UKCPT posts positive NAV return

26 April 2017

UK Commercial Property Trust, the FTSE 250 investor advised by Standard Life Investments, has posted a 2.5% net asset value total return for the three months to 31 March.


NAV and earnings nudge up at Redefine

26 April 2017

Redefine International, the FTSE 250 income-focused UK-REIT, has revealed a slight increase in earnings and NAV for the six months to 28 February.

Boundary House, Jewry St London, sold by Picton Capital

Picton NAV nudges up but returns fall

25 April 2017

Picton Property Income has revealed a rise in net asset value per share of 1.7% for the three months to the end of March.


SEGRO issues positive trading update

19 April 2017

SEGRO contracted £16.3m of new rent in the first quarter of the year, up from £8.6m in the same period last year.

Banks and Lending


UK banks regain market share after retreat

27 April 2017

UK banks and building societies regained market share in 2016 after several years of retreat, according to the 2016 year-end De Montfort UK Commercial Property Lending Report.

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Fund management

PGIM 42 rue de Paradis

PGIM raises £1bn debt fund

27 April 2017

PGIM Real Estate has raised by far its biggest real estate debt fund to date, securing commitments totalling over £1bn for PRECap VI.

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Mergers and Acquisitions

Camden Lock Market

Sagi hopes to revive Market Tech by taking firm private

28 April 2017

Market Tech - the company that owns a large slice of London’s Camden Town - is set to be taken private by majority owner Teddy Sagi’s LabTech little more than two years after its flotation.

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