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.

Next superstore

Next bags former BHS store in Burton mall

13 January 2017

The bulk of the former BHS store in Burton upon Trent has been scooped up by its former competitor, Next.

Nickel 28

Plans in for East Midlands spec shed

11 January 2017

Richardson Capital and Thorngrove Land and Property have submitted plans for a 261,000 sq ft distribution warehouse on the South Normanton Industrial Estate in Derbyshire.

McCormack and Cowans

Places for People acquires Derwent Living

9 January 2017

The Places for People Group has completed its merger with Derwent Living, marking its entry into the student accommodation market.

KSH Cambridgeshire

New partnership to deliver Cambridgeshire’s first rent-to-buy homes

5 January 2017

Rentplus and King Street Housing Society (KSHS) have formed a new partnership to deliver the first rent-to-buy houses in Cambridgeshire.

Premier Inn

SEGRO swaps hotels for Northampton shed

20 December 2016

SEGRO has acquired a 210,000 sq ft distribution warehouse in Northampton in exchange for two recently developed Premier Inn hotels in Uxbridge and Edmonton.

Chesterfield Waterside Basin Square

Green light for £320m Chesterfield Waterside mixed-use phase

19 December 2016

Outline planning consent has been granted for scale and height of buildings in phase 1 of the proposed £320m Chesterfield Waterside scheme.

Kingsway Retail Park

Orchard Street snaps up Derby retail park

1 December 2016

Orchard Street Investment Management has completed the acquisition of Kingsway Retail Park in Derby for £57.3m from TH Real Estate.


GULF sells warehouse in Derbyshire

29 November 2016

Griffen UK Logistics Fund (GULF) has sold a distribution warehouse in Amber Park, South Normanton, Derbyshire to clients of Colliers Capital, for £13.7m.

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