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Mizen Group has acquired two new sites in Charlton and Finchley for a total of £43m which together will deliver 107 new residential units for completion in 2018, Property Week can reveal.
Crest Nicholson has had its proposal for a new 1,100 home neighbourhood in Ipswich approved by Suffolk County Council.
Blackmore Group has appointed BNP Paribas Real Estate (BNPPRE) to be its main property adviser as it gears up to enter the residential investment and development sector for the first time.
Corem IM has completed its second UK purchase since launch, acquiring a multi-let retail block in Reading from Standard Life Pooled Property Pension Fund for £20m.
Greystar has appointed David Rothwell in the newly created role of development manager within its multifamily and student development team.
LGIM Real Assets has appointed urbanbubble to deliver its first build-to-rent (BTR) scheme, The Slate Yard in Salford.
Four in 10 people who rent a home expect to be renting a property for up to a decade in a move which property consultant McBains Cooper expects to boost growth of the build-to-rent market.
Inspired Asset Management will embark on its first residential development in the north of England with the acquisition of a former office building in Greater Manchester.
Catalyst’s planning application for an 80-home development on the site of the former Coppetts Wood Hospital has been approved by the London Borough of Haringey.
The emphasis of last week’s housing white paper - more green than white in nature - was on consultation, with a helpful emphasis on multi-tenures and on a diverse and broadening array of players that can contribute. The industry now has a chance to help shape practical policy for the sector as a whole.
Government plans to overhaul the rules governing the sale of public land would speed up land sales and encourage regeneration, experts say.
Research produced exclusively for Property Week has revealed the areas of the country that have seen the highest levels of housebuilding since 2011 - as well as the areas that are least affordable for first-time buyers.
This week's vital residential stats
Fall in house prices in Aberdeen, making it the worst place to invest in the UK in 2016, according to eMoov
Average price of a property in the UK in December 2016, a rise of 7.2% year on year (source: Land Registry)
Fall in landlord investment in buy-to-let properties year on year in Connells Survey & Valuation January data
Record first half revenue figures posted by Redrow, a 23% rise on the previous six months
The total borrowed by first-time buyers to get on the housing ladder in 2016, a 13.5% rise on 2015 (source: CML)