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Capital & Counties has reported a 20% decrease in the value of its Earls Court estate to £1.1bn in full-year results.
Standard Life Investments has let the second floor of 100 Cheapside to law firm Goodwin Procter on a 15-year lease, bringing the building to 100% occupation.
Shaftesbury has announced five new restaurants in London’s Chinatown, letting a total of 14,000 sq ft of space.
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BlackRock Real Assets has completed the acquisition of a 100% interest in two operational solar projects in the UK from German solar developer ib vogt.
Howard Osborne’s proposals to build purpose-built graduate accommodation for St Edmund’s College at the University of Cambridge have been approved.
Prologis has leased 416,412 sq ft to garden supply firm Gardman at its Prologis Apex Park in Daventry.
The Property Income Trust for Charities (PITCH), managed by Mayfair Capital Investment Management, has bought an office building and a retail park for a total of £39m.
Prologis has acquired a 16 acre site from U+I for a new distribution park, which will be known as Prologis Park Birmingham International.
Outline planning consent has been granted for Sheffield’s £175m mixed-use West Bar Square development.
IP Investment Management (IPIM) has increased its stake in the UK student housing market with major investments in Durham, Exeter and Liverpool.
Kier Property and Manchester developer CPT have been selected by Liverpool City Council to deliver its new mixed-use commercial quarter, Pall Mall Exchange.
Serviced office provider Orega has exchanged contracts with British Airways Pension Trustees Limited (BAPTL) to take nearly 18,000 sq ft at 20 Chapel Street in Liverpool.
UK regional cities witnessed a boom in construction activity last year with Birmingham leading the way with a 50% surge in office development.
Lacuna Developments and Watkin Jones have acquired a former office block in Belfast city centre as part of a wider £85m regeneration scheme.
The Northern Ireland Local Government Officers Superannuation Committee (NILGOSC) has committed £100m to M&G Real Estate’s UK residential property strategy.
Drum Property Group is close to selling an Aberdeen office for £40m in a deal that would eclipse the total investment in the city’s office market for the whole of 2016, Property Week can reveal.
A Credit Suisse fund is on the verge of buying the Cuprum building in Glasgow for £28m in what would be the biggest office acquisition in the city since the Brexit vote.
Tritax Big Box REIT will forward fund a 250,000 sq ft distribution centre in Didcot, which is fully pre-let to Hachette UK.
Crest Nicholson has had its proposal for a new 1,100 home neighbourhood in Ipswich approved by Suffolk County Council.
Landlord Vixcroft has signed up JD Sports, Yours and Socialites for new stores at The Sovereign Shopping Centre in Weston-Super-Mare.
Bristol is to be home to the largest indoor go-karting track in the UK following a deal brokered by JLL.
Salmon Harvester Properties has let the entire third floor of 2 Glass Wharf in Bristol to Foot Anstey.
Helical has secured a series of lease extensions and regears at the Morgan Quarters shopping arcade in Cardiff.
The Welsh Government has signed deal with developers for the for three new housing developments on the last remaining available residential sites of its flagship Swansea Waterfront development.
Lingerie retailer Bravissimo has announced plans to open a 3,978 sq ft regional flagship at the St David’s shopping centre in Cardiff.
Hines has confirmed the sale of six buildings at Brindleyplace in Birmingham to HSBC Alternative Investments for £260m.
Decimated by bombing in the Second World War, Coventry was rebuilt in a spectacular celebration of post-war architecture. However, many of the city’s brutalist offices are now visibly beyond their sell-by date and plans are afoot to transform Coventry once again.
The ‘Midlands engine’ is thought of by many as a sibling to the ‘northern powerhouse’.
Gym franchise Anytime Fitness has signed a deal with Wykeland Group to open at the Flemingate shopping centre in Beverly, East Yorkshire.Anytime Fitness
Cinema operator The Light is set to open in Huddersfield after signing up to anchor the extension of the town’s Kingsgate Shopping Centre.