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Columbia Threadneedle has received planning permission for an amenity hub at its Croxley Park business park in Watford, Hertfordshire.
Residential developer Pocket Living is set to deliver its biggest scheme yet after buying a development site in Croydon.
London-based Ankor Property Group has bought the iconic Jacksons department store in Reading town centre, and plans to convert it into a residential and retail scheme.
US private equity firm Harbert Management Corporation and joint venture partner XLB have appointed agents to find a buyer for Farnborough Business Park, having secured the final tenant at the 125-acre park earlier this month.
Arora Group has completed the acquisition of an office building in Crawley, Sussex.
Turnstone Investments has sold its retail and leisure scheme in Chelmsford, Essex to an institutional investor, believed to be Columbia Threadneedle, for £12m.
Capital & Regional has acquired The Exchange Centre in Ilford for £78m.
McKay Securities has secured its first tenant at Prospero, its recently completed office development in Redhill, Surrey.
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