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Retail property consultancy Harper Dennis Hobbs (HDH) has launched an out of town department with the appointment of Peter Schaverien from Harvey Spack Field.
Italian footwear retailer Superga has agreed a deal for a new store at Westfield London.
Queensberry has agreed three new lettings at its Tunsgate Quarter development in Guildford for a total of 11,450 sq ft.
Rockspring has sold a portfolio of 22 Eroski supermarkets and a majority interest in a Toledo retail park to the Spanish REIT Grupo Lar for €110.7m (£95.64m).
Shoe retailer Jones Bootmaker has been sold to private equity firm Endless after it entered administration.
Grosvenor Europe has announced that British clothing brand Ben Sherman is to open a 1,755 sq ft store on Manesty’s Lane at the Liverpool One shopping centre at the beginning of April.
Budget retail chain 99p Stores has gone into administration.
Luxury skiwear brand Moncler has agreed a deal which will see it open a new store on London’s Albemarle Street.
Investor interest in UK supermarket property is returning after a tough 2016 that saw capital values fall by 4.7%, according to the latest UK Supermarket Investment Report from Colliers International and MSCI.
Oaktree Capital Management is preparing to sell three shopping centres that it owns in a joint venture with London & Associated Properties for around £120m.
It was back in 2006 that we at Land Securities started our transformation of London’s Victoria with the redevelopment of 80-100 Victoria Street and Cardinal Place.
The extraordinary row that has played out in Westminster in recent weeks about business rates was no surprise to those in the retail and property world.