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GVA has been appointed to market the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, known locally as The Min, in Bath.
LGIM Real Assets has secured planning permission for a 255-home build-to-rent scheme in Bristol city centre.
Bristol developer Cubex has secured the first BREEAM Outstanding ranking for an office building outside London under the latest assessment regime.
Delta Properties has signed up DHL as its first 2017 occupier at Central Park in Bristol, Property Week can reveal.
Landlord Vixcroft has signed up JD Sports, Yours and Socialites for new stores at The Sovereign Shopping Centre in Weston-Super-Mare.
Bristol is to be home to the largest indoor go-karting track in the UK following a deal brokered by JLL.
IP Investment Management (IPIM) has increased its stake in the UK student housing market with major investments in Durham, Exeter and Liverpool.
Salmon Harvester Properties has let the entire third floor of 2 Glass Wharf in Bristol to Foot Anstey.
South West property features
Westbury is an unlikely home for a commercial hub looking to attract SMEs - but that is exactly what one property company is hoping to create at the sleepy stop on the Great Western line down to the Cornish coast.
The long-running conflict between Southampton and Portsmouth rumbles on. No doubt each of the Hampshire neighbours would claim their retail and leisure provision is better than the other’s, but with the opening of Westquay Watermark, Southampton might just have pipped its rival.
A row over a new housing estate that would bridge one of the last remaining open spaces between the Hampshire towns of Havant and Emsworth shows no sign of abating.
When two of Bristol’s most successful developers, Salmon and Cubex, revealed last year that they were considering building more offices in the city, it came as a relief to those who feared that Bristol was running out of office space.