All Property Week articles in 14 December 2007 – Page 10

  • News

    Chelsfield Partners forms French fund


    Chelsfield Partners the private property group, said that it has formed a €300 million (£215 million) French commercial property fund in partnership with Bank of Scotland Corporate and Milestone Capital, the Paris-based property agency. The Times

  • News

    ProLogis refinances


    Europe’s largest industrial warehouse developer, has refinanced with a €900 million unsecured credit facility syndicated to 19 banks. The Times

  • News

    Plaza Centers in Belgrade buy


    Plaza Centers, the London-listed and Warsaw-listed Eastern European property developer, has bought a 30,000 sq m plot in Belgrade, Serbia, to develop into a shopping and leisure complex at an estimated cost of €105 million. The Times

  • Online

    Aberdeenshire council reverses decision for Trump’s golf course


    Aberdeenshire Council has reversed its decision to oppose Donald Trump’s golfing resort plans after sacking a committee chairman.

  • Karstadt Department Store

    Arcandor agrees €4.5bn property sale


    German retail and leisure group Arcandor has confirmed it is to sell its 49% stake in one Europe’s biggest property portfolios to Deutsche Bank’s property fund management arm RREEF, Italy’s Pirelli Real Estate and Borletti Group.

  • Online

    £77m St Austell development


    Bank of Scotland is to fund David McLean Developments £77m redevelopment of St Austell in Cornwall.

  • Online

    First development decline in four years


    Commercial development declined in November for the first time in four and a half years, and the situation could get worse, according to research from Savills.

  • Online

    WSP U-turn in London's midtown


    WSP Group has signed up to move to 70 Chancery Lane for its new UK headquarters.

  • Online

    Walsall Gigaport plans lodged


    Walsall Regeneration Company (WRC) has revealed plans for phase one of the £400m redevelopment of Walsall Gigaport, a technology quarter for the West Midlands town.

  • Sir Stuart Lipton (left) and Elliott Bernerd

    Chelsfield and Bank of Scotland in €300 French fund tie up


    Sir Stuart Lipton and Elliott Bernerd’s Chelsfield Partners has joined up with Bank of Scotland Corporate for a €300m (£216m) French property fund.

  • Online

    Plaza Centres buys in Serbia


    Central European shopping centre developer Plaza Centres has purchased its third scheme in Serbia, near Belgrade.

  • City of London

    London still top European property market with investors


    London’s property market still ranks top in popularity with investors and has strong growth prospects according to the latest Knight Frank European Investment Commentary Research Report published today.

  • Online

    Doughty Hanson exits from Italian scheme


    European private equity firm Doughty Hanson has sold the Maciachini Center office building in Milan to a joint venture between Luxembourg investment company Milareal Sarl and Italian developer Via Imbonati, for €380m (£273m).

  • Oldham Athletic stadium

    Oldham Athletic gets go ahead for new stadium


    A£80m stadium project for Oldham Athletic got the go-ahead last night.

  • ProLogis

    ProLogis completes €900m refinancing


    ProLogis European Properties, the European arm of logistics giant ProLogis, has completed a €900m refinancing.

  • Yvette Cooper

    Government to review the private rented sector


    Housing minister Yvette Cooper is today expected to announce a review of the private rented sector by an academic at York University.

  • Online

    Plaza centres buys third retail scheme in Serbia


    Plaza Centers, the listed European shopping centre investor, has bought a €105m (£75.4m) retail development project in Belgrade, Serbia.

  • Online

    Goodman buys in Germany


    Goodman has bought a business park developer in Germany as part of a major push into the country.

  • News

    Aberdeen moots commercial property fund


    Aberdeen Asset Management is planning to launch a British property fund to buy into a commercial property market that it believes should bottom out from the middle of next year. The Times

  • News

    Tesco to Czech into central Europe


    Tesco is believed to have taken the latest step in expanding its £13bn overseas empire by lodging a bid to buy a chain of discount stores in the Czech Republic. The Times