AEW UK Investment has hoisted a £146m for-sale sign over its entire South East Office Fund, Property Week can reveal.
Impax understood to be selling 40 Spring Gardens for £55m as Aviva ramps up its presence in the city.
Carter Jonas partner Tim Shaw has been appointed to head up the Solum joint venture between Kier Group and Network Rail, which is developing around railway stations in London and the South East.
Hill Marshall, a joint venture between Marshall Group Properties and Hill, has secured a £22.4m funding deal with Homes England to accelerate the delivery of 1,300 homes in Cambridge.
Survey reveals improvement in sentiment despite political and economic upheaval.
Hyatt Hotel Corporation has signed its first property in Ireland – a hotel under the Hyatt Centric brand in the Liberties district of Dublin.
Sheila King has been awarded the highest honour of the International Council of Shopping Centres (ICSC).
Aviva Investors was celebrating the royal wedding more keenly than most last weekend, having seen footfall at its Royal Windsor Station shopping centre soar 31% week on week.
Bovis Home has faced down a shareholder revolt at its AGM as the housebuilder narrowly passed its director remuneration package by less than two-thirds of the vote.
The boss of GPE has said the group is expecting a softening in market rents and some secondary asset yields, and is not in the market to buy new assets as Brexit and uncertainty around the UK economy impacts the property market.
Charity Belong has launched its first-ever retail charity bond, set to mature in 2026 and offering an annual interest rate of 4.5%.
Ediston Property Investment Company has reported a 3.5% growth in its portfolio value on a like for like basis in its half-year results to 31 March, but saw share price total return fall 2.9%.