Finance & Recovery
The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) and an overseas client of Axa Real Estate Investment Management are vying to buy Land Securities’ £200m 50% stake in the 1.5m sq ft Bristol shopping centre, Cabot Circus.
Delancey is not, as has been suggested, doing away with the Elephant & Castle shopping centre as part of its purchase with Dutch pension fund APG.
Since the east-west London rail project Crossrail got the go-ahead in 2008, house prices around its 37 stations have increased by an extra 20%, a new report by CBRE has found.
As the country pulls itself out of recession, the pressure is mounting on corporate companies to prove their worth to the wider populace. Felicity Francis investigates how the real estate industry is reporting its impact on and contribution to British society
If our professionals are being neutered by regulation and their own insecurity, the property services industry will become irrelevant
Rolls-Royce and University of Birmingham invest £60m in research centre. Rhiannon Bury reports
Work is about to begin on the first phase of the development of Birmingham’s Beorma Quarter, which will encompass a new 60,000 sq ft hotel and the redevelopment of Digbeth Cold Store.
East Staffordshire Borough Council approves 400 acre scheme. Felicity Francis reports
A significant increase in prime office take-up in Birmingham is fuelling rental growth and an imminent shortage, shows research from Savills’ November Birmingham offices spotlight report.
Research shows that levy is no magic bullet for planning delays.
Online pop-up property agency wins backing from investors. Sarah Townsend reports
Prince Harry favourite Mahiki is venue for annual Young Surveyors drinks. Sarah Townsend reports
It is correctly argued that the construction and property sectors are strong indicators of where a country might be in any economic cycle.