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CBRE Global Investors has acquired Tesco’s Letnany Shopping Centre in Prague on behalf of an international client.
Thor Equities and Meyer Bergman have announced plans to sell the Burlington Arcade in Mayfair for a reported £400m.
Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets (LGIM Real Assets) has joined forces with an unidentified international investor to help fund its £220m retail and leisure scheme in Eastbourne.
Land Securities is considering an alternative scheme in Worcester after conceding defeat in its efforts to develop a £150m retail park anchored by John Lewis on the outskirts of the town.
For the first time in recent years, take-up of office space in Newcastle city centre almost equalled take-up on out-of-town developments, according to a consortium of North East-based chartered surveyors.
Trendy London coffee chain Department of Coffee and Social Affairs has snapped up a store in Bristol’s Cabot Circus for its first unit outside the capital.
The bulk of the former BHS store in Burton upon Trent has been scooped up by its former competitor, Next.
Brighton offers the greatest potential in the UK for new out-of-town (OOT) retail development, research from Savills has revealed.
London and Continental Railways (LCR) has signed up three flagship tenants to its Leake Street Arches retail scheme below Waterloo station.
Independent property consultancy Hanover Green has hired two retail agents for a new division of their London office.