News by RegionAll the latest property news, market reports and analysis from the UK regions.
The Silvertown Partnership plans to build a 300,000 sq ft hub for competitive video gaming as part of the first phase of its £3.5bn regeneration project at the Royal Docks.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has withdrawn his support for the Garden Bridge project saying he would not provide the financial guarantees needed for construction to begin, making the proposed bridge unlikely to proceed.
JR Capital has completed a reversionary purchase of an office investment in Shoreditch as part of a planned deployment of £50m-£75m of equity in central London over the course of 2017.
East of England
IM Properties has put an office portfolio up for sale at the Capability Green business park in Luton.
The stalled development of the ‘Winerack’ building on Ipswich waterfront is set to restart after a combined £20m investment from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) and New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership.
Verdion is set to add a further 3m sq ft of space within phase two of iPort, its 6m sq ft intermodal logistics park in Doncaster.
Kier Property has exchanged with Lidl and Wickes on a retail conversion site at South Wigston near Leicester.
Crosslane Student Developments has secured planning consent for a 583 bed purpose-built student accommodation development on Friar’s Road in Coventry.
Sunderland City Council has proposed a recommendation to refuse planning for Town End Farm Partnership’s Wear Point 55 scheme at planning committee.
CBRE has announced that its head of rating in Scotland, Brian Rogan, has relocated to the Aberdeen office to focus on assisting clients in the North East with the business rates revaluation appeal process following the April revaluations.
Muse Developments and Stockport Council have let 33,000 sq ft at the recently completed One Stockport Exchange office building to bus operator Stagecoach.
Moorfield and Glenbrook have received the green light to begin work on the last undeveloped site overlooking Erie Basin in Salford Quays after completing the acquisition of the site from Peel ready to build 270 new homes.
The Signature Living Group has acquired a former courthouse in Crumlin Road in Belfast for an undisclosed sum and has announced a £25m plan to convert the iconic building into a luxury hotel.
Lisney has been appointed as letting agent for two Grade A office buildings covering 17,700 sq ft in Belfast.
Plans have been revealed for a £400m redevelopment of the Sirocco Quays site in Belfast city centre.
Colliers International has bolstered its Scottish industrial and logistics team with the appointment of Lewis Pentland as associate director for East of Scotland.
The average house price in Scotland has risen to £173,862, a 3.3% increase since last year and 1.4% increase since February, according to the latest Scotland House Price Index.
While both a commercial and industrial success story, Slough has long been held back from realising the full potential of its enviable location thanks to its fractured and unappealing town centre.
Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate has carried out a series of leasing deals across its portfolio.
DB Symmetry has announced that it is to speculatively build a new 217,000 sq ft logistics unit - the first of its multi-million pound development in Swindon revealed by Property Week in February.
Salmon Harvester and NFU Mutual have completed deals with Markel UK and MJ Mapp to take new leases at their recently completed £50m office development 2 Glass Wharf in Bristol.
Chancerygate has bought two sites in Bristol and Harlow for a combined GDV of £20m to take the company’s total pipeline to more than 2.2m sq ft.
OLIM Property has bought four freehold and one long leasehold Booker cash and carry warehouses located across England and Wales for £29.54m
Central Square has been at the centre of the Cardiff success story. Now, the Government Property Unit (GPU) is expected to take a pre-let on 300,000 sq ft at 3 Central Square in a deal that could lead to another record year in terms of office take-up for the city - if, that is, there is sufficient space left to satisfy rapidly growing demand. The problem is that there is not.
Swansea is experiencing a development boom at the moment, largely as a result of strong growth at the city’s two universities.
Maryland Securities’ residential-led scheme to transform a three-acre former lace factory in Nottingham has been given the go-ahead from councillors.
IM Properties has signed up tech innovator SOTI to its Mell Square office scheme in Solihull.
The redevelopment of Typhoo Wharf and surrounding sites is set to accelerate the emergence of a new creative and technology hub taking shape just east of Birmingham’s city centre.
Private rented sector developer Platform_ is set to deliver its first new-build scheme after buying a Sheffield city centre site for a 300-unit, £75m project, Property Week can reveal.
Claymore Group has announced two flagship lettings at its Derwent House scheme Sheffield to global engineering services consultancy Mott Macdonald and software and professional services company SDL.