All Property Week articles in 14 December 2007 – Page 6

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  • News

    Rokeby buys Stockton site

    14 December 2007

    Rokeby Developments has bought a 15 acre site in Stockton-on-Tees to create a £50m business park.

  • News

    Goodman buys Calliston …

    14 December 2007

    Goodman has bought German business park developer Calliston, which has developed 10m sq ft in the last decade.

  • News

    Pramerica buys Japanese group

    14 December 2007

    Pramerica Real Estate Investors has bought Round Hill Capital Partners Kabushiki Kaisha, giving the company a presence in Japan.

  • Cannon: ‘smaller lots are still going well’
    News

    Savills says ‘lack of buyer pragmatism’ led to poor sale

    14 December 2007

    An interest rate cut failed to boost sales at Savills’ commercial auction on Monday, as the company posted a 60% success rate.

  • News

    Sellar’s Italian buy in Germany

    14 December 2007

    Sellar Property Group has bought and leased back a €55.5m (£40m) largely logistics portfolio of 13 German properties, at an initial yield of 7.2%.

  • News

    Mitchells & Butlers’ double sale

    14 December 2007

    Mitchells & Butlers has sold two freehold pubs.

  • News

    Burton deal bucks trend

    14 December 2007

    PalletForce, one of the UK’s main distribution network operators, is poised to exchange on one of the biggest industrial lettings since the credit crunch hit.

  • News

    BTW Shiells’ Ulster resi mega-firm

    14 December 2007

    Northern Ireland’s BTW Shiells has merged with residential specialist Eric Cairns Partnership.

  • Manchester ignited: investors have shown interest in and Clippers Quay
    Markets

    Flat Broke

    14 December 2007

    As the number of unoccupied flats rises, Doug Morrison asks: has the bottom fallen out of the buy-to-let market?

  • News

    British Land makes a green impact

    14 December 2007

    British Land’s bold vision of achieving carbon neutrality by 2008/09 was one of the main reasons it was voted sustainable developer of the year at our sister magazine, Building’s annual Sustainability Awards for 2007.

  • Mall right: scheme in Varna granted permit
    News

    Bulgarian business boost

    14 December 2007

    Three AIM-listed Bulgarian developers dominated the news this week.

  • Markets

    Prime market still a bonus

    14 December 2007

    Reduced City bonuses will have minimal impact on property hot spots

  • News

    Invista sells West End office block

    14 December 2007

    A joint venture between developer Draco and Irish stockbroker Davy has bought the 52,592 sq ft Berkshire House office block in London’s West End for £34m from Invista Real Estate Investment Management.

  • Insight

    Fame game turns to blame game

    14 December 2007

    Until recently most people thought shopping centres were owned by the council, offices by their occupiers and homes by those who lived in them.

  • News

    Grid’s winning bid put off till new year

    14 December 2007

    The deadline for a decision on the £700m sale of National Grid Property has been pushed back by a month to January.

  • Markets

    Countryside Properties claim health benefits

    14 December 2007

    Countryside Properties is claiming its St Mary’s Island scheme in Chatham, Kent, has health-giving properties. The 2,000 homes, so the developer says, will reduce stress and boost health and well-being because of their proximity to the River Medway. The website, however, reveals that most of the 71 homes in ...

  • Online

    Planning: how to manage the battle of glass v grass

    14 December 2007

    David Lawson learns how Sir Nigel Thompson keeps both developers and conservationists happy

  • News

    Barratt takes up Carbon Challenge in Bristol

    14 December 2007

    Barratt has won an English Partnerships competition to build a carbon-neutral development of 188 homes at Hanham Hall near Bristol.

  • Markets

    Tories jump on housing review bandwagon

    14 December 2007

    The Conservative Party has joined the housing review bandwagon with the aim of finding new ways to speed up the buying and selling of homes in England and Wales.

  • News

    Vantage bags up in Knightsbridge

    14 December 2007

    Vantage Asset Management has bought a 56,600 sq ft mixed-use block at 145-161 Brompton Road in London’s Knightsbridge for £55m an initial yield of 3.81% from Invista Real Estate Investment Management on behalf of Clerical Medical Investment Group. CB Richard Ellis acted for Invista.