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Associated British Foods and Marks & Spencer forward-purchase Vangarde Shopping Park in Monks Cross
IT giant Hewlett-Packard has appointed CBRE to manage its 60m sq ft property portfolio in a deal which will generate the advisor around £15m.
Allsop raised £55m at its last sale, the commercial auction house announced today.
British Land is in talks with Aviva Investors to buy its interest in the Paddington Central scheme.
Developer Willmott Dixon has exchanges contracts on a site with planning permission for 137 homes and a gross development value of almost £50m.
Andrew Gibson, a former Cushman & Wakefield partner has been poached by CBRE to join its West End agency team.
Highcross and UK Land Estates have bought the interest in the North East Property Partnership from the Homes and Communities Agency.
Three occupiers have signed up to take space at One Redcliff Street in Bristol.
An outline planning application for the redevelopment of Wardle Airfield in Nantwich, Cheshire has been submitted.
Quintain Estates reported a positive set of year end results that saw its debt pile reduce by £91m during the past year.
Imperial College London has emerged as the purchaser for Helical Bar and Aviva Investors’ 11 acre former Dairy Crest site in White City, west London, PropertyWeek.com can reveal.
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The Kallakis Case
Property tycoon and poker player Achilleas Kallakis found guilty of £760m fraud
The Tchenguiz Case
As his brother, Robert, returns to MIPIM two years after their arrest, Vincent Tchenguiz recalls their most famous Cannes deals — and reveals why he is fighting on with his £200m claim against the SFO. Mike Phillips reports. Photographs by David Levene
As Robert Tchenguiz prepares to return to MIPIM, he talks to Mike Phillips about how his arrest and investigation by the SFO changed his life — and his next big deal.