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Canary Wharf Group has unveiled its plans and submitted a planning application for the 22.8 acre New Wood Wharf development, a mixed use scheme on Canary Wharf’s eastern edge.
IVG is seeking around £28m in compensation from four of its former fund managers in relation to its purchase of a 50% stake in the Gherkin in 2006.
Hines has confirmed the CBI is relocating from Almacantar’s Centre Point to its City of London office development, Cannon Place.
US fund manager pays less than £53m asking price for office scheme
After the official launch of Level 39, Canary Wharf Group’s Head of Level 39 and technology entrepreneur, Eric Van Der Kleij spoke to Property Week’s legal and professional editor, Sarah Townsend about the story of the space.
Central London take-up for the quarter totalled 3.2 million sq ft, the highest quarterly take-up since Q4 2010, 24% up on the previous quarter and 42% up on the five-year quarterly average.
The significant level of office development in Cardiff over the past fifteen years has been focused south of the train station at Callaghan Square, Dumballs Road and Cardiff Bay Construction fell sharply after the peak in 2008 but has picked up recently with the 200,000 sq ft pre-let development to Admiral Insurance, in the city’s traditional core.
Ahead of the political conference season, Property Week sets out its policy for the residential sector
IQ Winnersh is the latest in a long line of asset management plays by Oaktree. David Hatcher reports
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