All Property Week articles in 09 November 2007 – Page 10

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    Thornfield to develop Hemel Hempstead arts venue

    2007-11-07T08:28:00Z

    Thornfield Properties and the Bank of Scotland, have been selected as the preferred development partner for a new £25m arts venue in Hemel Hempstead.

  • Online

    Glasgow’s Buchanan Galleries to double in size

    2007-11-07T08:20:00Z

    Glasgow City Council yesterday approved an outline planning application to double the size of the Buchanan Galleries making it one of the largest shopping centres in the UK.

  • Neil Bellis is to leave Erinaceous
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    Bellis and Cummings to leave Erinaceous

    2007-11-06T16:42:00Z

    Two of the founders of troubled property services firm Erinaceous have been put on gardening leave by the company.

  • Online

    Consumers weary of ‘green’ marketing

    2007-11-06T15:44:00Z

    A consumer backlash has started against retailers and brands that appear to be jumping on the ‘green’ bandwagon, according to research from Viewpoint.

  • Online

    Castlemore pulls out of National Grid venture

    2007-11-06T15:36:00Z

    Castlemore Securities has pulled out of its joint venture to redevelop a London gasworks with National Grid.

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    Peto: values have fallen 10% since July

    2007-11-06T15:09:00Z

    The latest Investment Property Databank valuation figures massively underestimate the slump in the market, according to the RICS’ valuation faculty head.

  • The Queen
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    Queen’s Speech features housing and planning reform proposals

    2007-11-06T13:54:00Z

    Climate change, housing regeneration, and planning reform were at the heart of Gordon Brown's proposals for the built environment in his first Queen's Speech as prime minister.

  • Online

    Liberty shopping centre values unaffected by credit crunch

    2007-11-06T12:06:00Z

    Liberty International this morning reported no change in its net asset value in the third quarter, as the value of its prime shopping centre-led portfolio was barely affected by the onset of the credit crunch.

  • Online

    Trillium in £110m PFI refinancing

    2007-11-06T11:34:00Z

    Land Securities Trillium, the PFI and outsourcing arm of Land Securities, has completed a £110m refinancing of four completed school PFI projects.

  • Hammerson’s office scheme at 125 Old Broad Street.
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    DTZ European HQ set for London’s Old Broad Street

    2007-11-06T11:08:00Z

    DTZ has made its long-awaited decision on a new European headquarters and will be moving to Hammerson’s office scheme at 125 Old Broad Street in the City of London.

  • Online

    GE Buys in Sweden

    2007-11-06T10:50:00Z

    GE Real Estate Nordic increased its Scandinavian property exposure with the purchase of a retail unit at Skiftinge retail park in Eskilstuna, Sweden for an undisclosed sum.

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    Development Securities buys 25% stake in Manchester’s CTP

    2007-11-06T10:50:00Z

    Development Securities has bought a 25% stake in Manchester-based property developer, CTP.

  • Marks & Spencer
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    M&S and Prologis team up for distribution hub

    2007-11-06T10:14:00Z

    Marks & Spencer announced today that it would team up with Prologis for a major distribution centre in Bradford, West Yorkshire, as tipped by Property Week (14.09.07).

  • News

    Primark to build on successful Spain foray

    2007-11-06T10:09:00Z

    Primark, the discount retailer, will unveil plans to open five stores in Spain when its parent company, Associated British Food, reports full-year results today. Primark is also believed to be looking at opening stores in Portugal in the longer term. Daily Telegraph

  • News

    Pooled property funds see net outflow

    2007-11-06T10:06:00Z

    For the first time in almost five years, more money is being withdrawn from pooled commercial property funds in the UK than being invested. Financial Times, The Times

  • News

    Chunnel firms attracts break-up interest

    2007-11-06T10:06:00Z

    London & Continental Railaways the £5.7bn Channel Tunnel Rail Link, which today is formally opened by the Queen, has received a number of break-up enquiries in the last few days. Daily Telegraph

  • News

    Business leases shorten

    2007-11-06T09:57:00Z

    The average business premises lease has fallen to 5.7 years, according to the annual review by the British Property Federation. Daily Telegraph

  • News

    Tchenguiz battered by Sainsbury’s fallout

    2007-11-06T09:55:00Z

    Investors stampeded out of stocks in which Robert Tchenguiz holds stakes yesterday after the failure of the J Sainsbury bid. The Times, The Guardian

  • News

    Delancey in record letting

    2007-11-06T09:54:00Z

    Delancey, Standard Life Investments and the Portman Estate have let half of their 40 Portman Square scheme between £100 and £105 per square foot, a record for the locality. The tenants are European Credit Management, part of Wachovia of the US, and BC Partners, the private equity firm.

  • News

    Credit squeeze starts to bite

    2007-11-06T09:52:00Z

    Activity in retail, services and manufacturing has slowed sharply, according to a clutch of data, suggesting tighter credit conditions may finally be taking their toll on the economy. Financial Times, The Times.