East Midlands Property News

All the latest East Midlands property news including developments in Leicester, Nottingham, Derby, and all of Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.


Verdion kickstarts phase two of £500m iPort

21 April 2017

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.

Wigston Wickes  Lidl

Lidl and Wickes exchange to anchor new Wigston Retail Park

19 April 2017

Kier Property has exchanged with Lidl and Wickes on a retail conversion site at South Wigston near Leicester.

Coventry Crosslane

Green light for Crosslane in Coventry

18 April 2017

Crosslane Student Developments has secured planning consent for a 583 bed purpose-built student accommodation development on Friar’s Road in Coventry.

Interchange Retail Park, Bedford

L&G acquires Bedford park at reduced price

13 April 2017

Legal & General Investment Management is set to snap up a major Midlands retail park for around £95m - considerably less than the guide price of £103m.

Nuffield Trust

Urban & Civic buys share of Cambridgeshire site earmarked for 2,800 homes

11 April 2017

Urban & Civic has acquired a one third partnership stake in a 400-acre site in Cambridgeshire that is expected to deliver up to 2,800 homes.

Hilton Stoke

Hilton Garden Inn signs for new Stoke hotel

30 March 2017

Hilton has announced it will open a new 140-room Garden Inn in Stoke-on-Trent.

Max Park Corby

Perland completes Max Park buy

24 March 2017

Perland Properties has purchased a 160,000 sq ft freehold warehouse on Max Park, Corby from Staples.

Barnes_Hall Keele UPP

Green light for £160m UPP plans to boost Keele student accommodation

23 March 2017

UPP and Keele University’s proposals for £160m-worth of new student residences have been unanimously given the go-ahead by Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council.

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Nottingham Council House

Nottingham makes renewed push to attract investment

In theory, Nottingham is perfectly placed to attract investment and jobs from the overheated south, but the reality is that both have been slow to materialise.

Amazon, Bardon

Industrial stands out from the crowd in Leicestershire results

Last year was a successful one for the Leicestershire property market. According to data from Midlands-based commercial property agency Innes England, all sectors experienced healthy take-up. But it was industrial that performed “outstandingly”.

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