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Agents have been instructed to sell a City of London office complex that is fully let as of yesterday.
Land Securities announced it was to speculatively start the £768m first phase of its Victoria Circle project with joint venture partner Canada Pension Plan Investment Board in its annual results on Wednesday (box, below).
Two ex-Treasury grandees – Lord Myners and Lord Lamont – told how the economic climate would impact on commercial real estate, at the British Council of Offices’ annual conference in Madrid today.
Proximity to public transport is a key factor in corporate office relocation strategies.
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.
Research compiled by Savills shows that office take-up in Birmingham city centre stood at 90,767 sq ft in the first quarter of 2013.
Strong construction activity pushes up vacancy rate further despite sustained demand.
5 St Mellons Business Park offers a 1st floor office space of 11,250 sq ft (1,050 sq m) just 6 miles east of Cardiff city centre.
Pullman Place a prominent property, offering office space to let by floor, or the opportunity to let both floors as a signicant regaional or national head office.
The ongoing saga of a business rates assessment for accountancy firm Mazars finally reached its conclusion last month.
Southwark Council and Lend Lease have faced significant challenges in redeveloping one of south London’s most colourful estates. As they prepare to clear the site, local residents hope the regeneration will bring social benefit to the area. David Hatcher reports. Photography by Tim Foster
My latest life-changing acquisition is a piece of luggage on wheels.
Housebuilder doyen Tony Pidgley and super-prime pioneer Nick Candy share views on friendship, envy, rivalry — and taking a battering from the press. Mike Phillips reports. Portrait by Matt Leete