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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.
The Co-op is in negotiations to build a 600,000 sq ft distribution centre at Stansted Airport in Essex to service its growing store estate in London and the South East.
Lendlease and Invesco Real Estate have signed a trio of fashion lettings totalling 30,200 sq ft at the Queensgate shopping centre in Peterborough.
AEW UK REIT has announced acquisition of a 69.000 sq ft industrial building in Basildon, Essex, for £4.55m, reflecting a yield of 7.8%.
The developer behind Southend United FC’s proposed new football ground will build homes for the rental market directly into the stadium, Property Week can reveal.
Oaktree Capital Management is preparing to sell three shopping centres that it owns in a joint venture with London & Associated Properties for around £120m.
MCR Property Group has bought the 500 Capability Green office building in Luton from TRIUVA for £13m, in a deal reflecting a net initial yield of 6.6%.
Urban & Civic and the Secretary of State for Defence have submitted plans for the construction of up to 6,500 new homes at Waterbeach Barracks, in Cambridge.
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.
East of England Property Features
Garden communities are not a new idea: the first, Letchworth in Hertfordshire, was constructed by Quakers at the turn of the 20th century.
Thetford Riverside is the latest development to come on stream in the rapidly expanding Norfolk market town of Thetford.
It has taken a long time for things to start to happen at the former RAF Alconbury air force base in Cambridgeshire.