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BlackRock Real Assets has closed a debt investment financing a portfolio of operational solar PV assets in the south of Spain with Elecnor.
CBRE Global Investors has acquired the iconic office property Tobaksmonopolet 2 in Stockholm from Aberdeen Asset Management on behalf of a client.
Patrizia , the pan-European property investment manager, exceeded its profit forecast for 2016 with increased transaction volumes and higher performance fees for the year to 31 December..
Turner & Townsend has been appointed to programme manage the relocation of 1,750 staff to the European Patent Office’s new main building in one of the largest sustainable construction projects in the Netherlands.
Savills IM has acquired a pair of assets in Germany and Luxembourg for a combined €75m on behalf of a pension fund based in southern Germany.
Fidelity International’s Eurozone Select Real Estate Fund has finished its latest round of capital raising, bringing in €111m in 12 weeks.
Capital Economics has issued a bullish forecast for the office investment market in continental Europe.
Average salaries and bonuses have fallen sharply in the past year as the double whammy of a cooling market and the Brexit vote hit home, reveals the annual RICS and Macdonald & Company UK salary survey, shared exclusively with Property Week.
Industrial take-up in the final quarter of 2016 hit a record high of 13.9m sq ft, boosted by strong demand from online and discount retailers, figures from Gerald Eve’s Prime Logistics bulletin show.
The emphasis of last week’s housing white paper - more green than white in nature - was on consultation, with a helpful emphasis on multi-tenures and on a diverse and broadening array of players that can contribute. The industry now has a chance to help shape practical policy for the sector as a whole.
Rising rents and falling ownership are an unhappy political combination, particularly for the Conservative Party.
A decade ago, Aldi was the 10th biggest food retailer in Britain. Now it has overtaken the Co-op to claim fifth place.
It would be easy to have a gloomy outlook in London at the moment.
The effect of the permitted development rights (PDR) regime has been remarkable in giving many obsolete office buildings a new lease of life - usually as residential developments.