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The West End of London Property Unit Trust has instructed advisers to seek a joint venture partner to buy a majority stake in its New Court scheme in London’s Midtown, Property Week can reveal.
Ronson Capital Partners, the investment firm established by Gerald Ronson and Jonathan Goldstein, has confirmed it has secured £170m of development finance to fund its central London residential riverside development, Riverwalk in Westminster.
LXB Retail Properties has agreed to sell more than £100m of properties in Greenwich, south-east London, largely to clients of Aberdeen Asset Management.
East of England
Proposed railway stop to serve city’s science parks is now viable.
Countryside and Liberty’s Cambridge Biomedical Campus is frontrunner for 600,000 sq ft headquarters.
The Derby Riverlights leisure scheme, next to Westfield Derby shopping centre, has been put up for sale by its LPA (Law of Property Act) receivers.
Private equity giant Blackstone has bought a distribution hub at Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal in Northamptonshire, as it continues to grow its European logistics platform.
Intu has submitted a planning application for a £17m redevelopment of two of the malls within its Eldon Square shopping centre in Newcastle.
Ernst & Young, Grant Thornton, PWC and KPMG to sell student group assets.
Law firm Keoghs’ regional office push starts with 110,000 sq ft HQ
CBRE has welcomed a new economic stimulus package for Northern Ireland.
CBRE has today announced two new appointments to its EMEA senior management team.
Renewed trouble in Northern Ireland has caused concern, but has not scared off all investors. David Hatcher reports
The sustained dearth of shopping centre development in Great Britain is finally over, according to CBRE.
Two new occupiers have signed up at Queens House in Glasgow.
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CBRE has been appointed by Schroders to sell QVC’s headquarters at Chiswick Park for £69m.
Tesco is to ramp up its assault on the online shopping market by applying for planning permission for what will be its seventh “virtual supermarket”.
Plans for an 18-storey tower in Portsmouth have been unveiled in one of the city’s key regeneration sites.
Akkeron Regeneration has submitted plans for the £50m redevelopment of Plymouth Argyle’s football ground, Home Park.
Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking has completed the £38m refinancing of a regional property company.
Cardiff’s emerging Local Development Plan (LDP) is long overdue, largely owing to criticisms and questions over its deliverability. Current proposals raise concerns about the scale of development; 45,400 new homes focused on four greenfield locations around the outskirts of the city by 2026.
The Welsh government has bought a second development scheme in Cardiff for around £15m, as it seeks to stimulate the city’s struggling office market.
Queensberry Real Estate has signed two new retailers at its Friars Walk scheme in Newport.
A portfolio of 78 pubs and social clubs, which are in administration, has been put up for sale for a price tag understood to be more than £19m.
Birmingham, Derby and Lichfield make cut for giant shed
Clipper Logistics has taken one of the few remaining large speculatively developed warehouses in the Midlands for fashion retailer SuperGroup
Retailer John Lewis has signed heads of terms with John Lewis to anchor the 350,000 sq ft first phase of Hammerson’s Eastgate Quarters in Leeds, paving the way for a potential start on site in early 2014.
Norway’s giant sovereign wealth fund has entered into exclusive talks to buy a prized stake in one of the UK’s largest shopping centres, Meadowhall in Sheffield, Property Week can reveal.