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Select committee to hear retailer and landlords’ evidence; high streets back on top of government agenda
Southwark Council and Lend Lease have faced significant challenges in redeveloping one of south London’s most colourful estates. As they prepare to clear the site, local residents hope the regeneration will bring social benefit to the area. David Hatcher reports. Photography by Tim Foster
Redrow Homes has won its appeal against Tewkesbury Borough Council after being denied permission for a residential scheme in Gloucestershire.
Deputy mayor “quietly confident” ahead of decision day.
Tishman Speyer is drawing up plans to transform a government-let building in London’s Victoria into a £300m grade-A office scheme.
It is time the property industry made a proper case for its contribution to the UK economy.
Muse Developments, backed by Aviva Investors, has been selected by Aberdeen City Council to develop St Nicholas House in Aberdeen.
The government was today criticised for failing to take a tougher line on councils without an up-to-date local plan.
Ealing Council has vowed to push ahead with a compulsory purchase order (CPO) on the site of the former Empire Cinema in Ealing Broadway, which Land Securities has been selected to redevelop.
The Land Registry has this week published an online list of all its assets.
The Metropolitan Police is planning a shake up of its retained property advisers, as it works to offload more than 3m sq ft of property over the next three years, PropertyWeek.com can reveal.
Met property chief tells how she will dispose of 100 London properties in unprecedented strategy
Boris Johnson has announced that he will endeavour to preserve the business districts in London from proposals which will allow offices to be turned into homes without planning permission.
Barratt London has been picked to redevelop the former Catford Greyhound Stadium in Lewisham and create more than 500 homes.
Average house prices near central London Crossrail stations have risen by 30% since 2008, outperforming the prime central London market by 8%, new figures show.
Newhaven Port lost a battle at the end of March over the controversial designation of a beach in Newhaven, Sussex (pictured), as a “town or village green”, in a case that has worrying implications for the property industry.
Royal Assent has been granted to the Growth and Infrastructure Act, 2013, making it law as of today.
The man responsible for attracting investment into east London borough Newham and helping to create its Olympic legacy has announced his retirement.
A 645-unit residential development in East Greenwich is to proceed using the Public Land Initiative scheme.
Ministers are expected to reveal measures today aimed at combating judicial reviews across England which hold up development projects.
Latest Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking Commercial Confidence Monitor shows positivity in all parts of industry for first time in three years. David Hatcher reports
London office REIT Derwent London made 268,000 sq ft of lettings in the three months to the end of March, at an annual rent of £3.5m
The hint of optimism that was seen amongst small and medium to large businesses in August has permeated all groups in the survey.
The development of the High Speed 2 rail line between London and Birmingham will impact on sites around the proposed Curzon Street station.