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Derwent London has today announced that it has entered into non-binding heads of terms with Peninsula Hotels to sell its 50% interest in 1-5 Grosvenor Place SW1 for £132.5m.
Wilson Bowden Developments has secured approval from Cheshire East Council for its £90m Silk Street plans to revitalise Macclesfield town centre.
Rival scheme owner could win damages from council after losing battle to develop venue in February.
Land Securities aims to develop leisure and retail extension.
Property Week heads down to Brighton to get all the gossip from the launch of Peter Andre’s new coffee shop.
Jones Lang LaSalle: Retail and leisure parks OSCAR 2012 - Service Charge Analysis for Retail and Leisure Parks
Retail & Leisure Park OSCAR 2012 provides research on 2011 reconciled service charge costs and 2012 service charge budgets.
The past five years have proven to be a challenging time for the Scottish hotels sector. This was the result of a crippling recession that not only affected hotels, but all other commercial property sectors in Scotland.
Sir, The news that administrators have been appointed to Atmosphere Bars and Clubs, which operates 24 outlets across England and Wales, illustrates two aspects of this niche business (news, 17.05.13).
Despite the challenges facing the UK economy, consumer spending on leisure has been consistently strong over the last 15 years.