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Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh

IHP snaps up Edinburgh Holiday Inn

16 January 2017

International Hotel Properties has acquired the Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh City Centre for £17.7m from FRP Advisory, who act as administrators to owners the European Development Company.

Stuart Burdon Bailey

CSP appoints Burdon-Bailey to head new leisure division

13 January 2017

Out-of-town retail agency Curson Sowerby Partners has appointed JLL’s Stuart Burdon-Bailey to run its new leisure division.

Premier Inn hub

M&G and Aviva fund £200m Premier Inn hotels in London

12 January 2017

Whitbread has sold two London hotel sites for more than £200m in sale-and-leaseback deals with M&G Real Estate and Aviva Investors.

Duncan reynolds

Odeon MD takes charge of property at AMC

10 January 2017

Former Odeon managing director Duncan Reynolds has been appointed as the head of property at the cinema chain’s new parent company, AMC Theatres.

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Rupert Campbell

Playing a blinder - Rupert Campbell interview

With its ambitious expansion plans and renewed focus on customer service, Powerleague boss Rupert Campbell has a vision to move five-a-side football into the top division.

Former Bowery estate

Morrisons exchanges on 10.6 acre Trowbridge site

A consortium led by Charles Dean Properties has exchanged on a 10.6 acre site in Trowbridge from Morrison’s for a mixed-use scheme.

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Polly Troughton

Think leisure is overpriced? Think again. Supply has increased but so has demand

At the end of last year, I engaged in a healthy debate with Tim Vallance of JLL about leisure pricing.

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