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Private rented sector developer Platform_ is set to deliver its first new-build scheme after buying a Sheffield city centre site for a 300-unit, £75m project, Property Week can reveal.
The Royal Borough of Greenwich is set to embark on its first housing development, with plans afoot for six schemes of affordable housing units for rent.
Aparthotel operator Go Native has won a string of build-to-rent (BTR) management mandates across the UK, significantly expanding its footprint in the sector.
Inland Homes is planning more joint ventures with local authorities following the success of its collaboration with Southampton City Council.
Residential developer Swan Homes has added three sites with a GDV of £40m to its expanding portfolio.
Residential Land has put a £40m development in Chelsea on the market and revealed plans to spend £500m in prime central London this year.
Irvine Sellar talked to Property Week in 2012 about his epic battle to create a global landmark for London.
The property developer bringing a case against the Candy brothers has said he was unaware that Billy Allen was a convicted fraudster when he considered going into business with him, and took his claim to be a close friend of industry legend Sir Jack Petchey at “face value”.
Last year was a tough one for housebuilders. The Brexit vote sent the share prices of the big listed companies tumbling, and many held off on land acquisitions because of the market uncertainty, particularly in central London.
Last week, I had the pleasure of sitting down with my Dutch housing association counterparts to try to explain to them how the London market works and how people struggle to afford to live in London. Discussing this out loud really brought home just how broken the market is.