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The new residential division of Land Securities intends to break with its corporate, steady image.
Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Money is set to take 14,000 sq ft in the Crown Estate’s 1 Eagle Place.
Transport for London has appointed the Completely Group to promote its commercial properties through a network of online property marketing portals.
The London Assembly has formally showed its support for government plans to introduce capital gains tax for overseas investors in London residential.
Plans have been approved by Ealing Borough Council for 922 new homes in Southall.
The Crown Estate and Norges Bank Investment Management have announced today that they have extended their Regent Street partnership through the addition of the £390m Quadrant 3 redevelopment, the office element of which is known as AirW1.
HB Reavis has completed the acquisition of 33 King William Street, a development site between Bank and London Bridge in the City of London, for £62.5m.
A group of left-leaning politicians and journalists are bidding to save iconic Hungarian restaurant the Gay Hussar.
Owner Pearson eyes Landmark Court, but must build Southwark offices. Nick Johnstone reports
Delancey and APG have formed a joint venture to deliver rental homes in 600-unit clusters across London, starting with a ‘South Village’ in Elephant & Castle.
Seven government agencies are moving into 21 Bloomsbury Street in a move expected to save the taxpayer £60m.
Pipeline almost double that of next two developers’ schemes combined. Hannah Brenton reports
China in London
First occupiers announced at Asian Business Port, while plans unveiled for Press and Broadcast Centres
Cushman & Wakefield increased its adjusted net income by 79.4%, from $6.8m to $12.2m, during the second quarter of 2013 compared with the same period last year.
A billionaire Chinese developer has submitted radical plans to rebuild the Victorian Crystal Palace that housed the Great Exhibition of 1851.
Five years after first trying to buy Albert Dock, effervescent Chinese developer clinches £1bn deal.
Property could be strangling Britain’s tech boom - and missing out on potential profits. Felicity Francis talks to landlords and fledgling businesses about how the industry can nurture the tech giants of the future.
Zhongrong Group’s £500m rebuild of Crystal Palace is as complex as it is ambitious. Sarah Townsend reports
The TMT (technology, media and telecoms) sector is the main driver of the City occupancy market at the moment, and the Square Mile is doing its best to attract the occupiers from grittier fringe locations.
Market activity has accelerated rapidly in the past six months, according to Jones Lang LaSalle’s On Point report.