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Spelthorne's real estate spending spree tops £890m

2018-08-16T05:00:00+01:00By

Industry questions prudence of local authority spending £9,310 per resident to build property portfolio.

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£275m Brum resi scheme given green light

2018-08-16T12:10:00+01:00By

Manchester-based investor MCR Property Group has been granted planning permission for a £275m, 1,000 unit residential scheme at Monaco House in Birmingham.

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Gazeley poaches boss of Lidl warehouses

2018-08-16T05:25:00+01:00By

Head of property Adrienne Howells becomes Gazeley development director.

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HUB poaches Crest Nicholson's Huntly-Gordon to lead on acquisitions

2018-08-16T16:27:00+01:00By

Former Crest Nicholson development manager Chris Huntly-Gordon has joined developer HUB as head of acquisitions.

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Drum reveals distillery-anchored Pacific Quay regeneration plans

2018-08-16T12:15:00+01:00By

Drum Property Group has submitted plans for the £30m first phase of its mixed-use regeneration project at Pacific Quay in Glasgow, featuring 20,000 sq ft of Grade A office space and an urban whisky distillery.

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Allsop finds 59% of landlords charge below-market rents

2018-08-16T10:12:00+01:00By

More than half of private landlords are letting residential properties at below-market rents to keep tenants, according to a report by Allsop and research consultancy BDRC.

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Brokenshire unveils £200m Midlands Right to Buy pilot

2018-08-16T09:44:00+01:00By

Housing and Communities Secretary James Brokenshire has launched a £200m pilot project which aims to enable more housing association tenants in the Midlands to buy their homes.

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OakNorth backs Select Manchester resi towers

2018-08-16T08:25:00+01:00By

Investor Select Property has secured a £40.2m development loan from challenger bank OakNorth to develop 356 homes across two residential towers in Manchester.

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New figures show 86% fall in business rates appeals

2018-08-16T16:03:00+01:00By

The number of appeals started in the 15 months since the 2017 rates revaluation has fallen year-on-year by more than 86% according to the VOA’s newest figures.

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OakNorth backs Select Manchester resi towers

2018-08-16T08:25:00+01:00By

Investor Select Property has secured a £40.2m development loan from challenger bank OakNorth to develop 356 homes across two residential towers in Manchester.

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Cain injects £400m into Fortwell Capital

2018-08-15T09:49:00+01:00By

Cain International has acquired a majority stake in Fortwell Capital, the real estate lender sold by Christian Candy’s CPC Group earlier this year, and provided £400m of investment capital to the company.

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Round Hill appoints MD for €1bn push in Ireland

2018-08-15T07:44:00+01:00By

Round Hill Capital has appointed John Vaudin as managing director, Ireland.

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    2018-08-16T05:52:00+01:00By

    Managing director Andrea Orlandi talks about the company’s JV with Lendlease and its Elephant Park scheme.

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    Healthy homes can help relieve pressure on the NHS

    2018-08-16T05:43:00+01:00By Helen Gordon

    The concept of ‘wellness’ is one trend that has really struck a chord with Grainger and our customers. It influences how we are designing and operating our buildings.

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    Is revised NPPF fit for the next five years, let alone 10?

    2018-08-16T05:03:00+01:00By Ian Anderson

    It’s six years since the first National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) was published, a document that revolutionised planning by condensing thousands of pages of national guidance to just 65. The revised NPPF, released on 24 July, is no less radical in seeking to set out national policy for the next ...

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    Landlords’ lofty rooftop plans may be blocked by lease ambiguities

    2018-08-15T08:47:00+01:00By Joanna Yates

    With space at a premium, rents falling and landlords increasingly challenged to maintain profit levels, it is understandable that roof spaces offer considerable potential. Landlords in both the commercial and residential sector might think about developing upwards – either into the roof space or adding an extra storey. But who ...

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    Clever design can ensure housing and industrial co-exist successfully

    2018-08-15T10:21:00+01:00By Craig Sheach

    We are frequently told that not enough homes are being built in the UK and that house prices are rising as demand outstrips supply. The problem is that we are often told about the problem, but rarely offered a solution other than easy sound bites such as ‘build higher’, ‘build ...

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The King of Soho: Vivienne King interview

2018-08-02T05:04:00+01:00

Soho Housing chief executive Vivienne King tells Samantha Partington how she plans to deliver more affordable homes in the heart of London and encourage greater gender equality in property.

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2018-08-01T14:12:00+01:00

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