All Property Week articles in 14 November 2003

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  • Online

    Evans plans to triple size

    2003-11-20T10:11:00Z

    Evans Easyspace, which offers small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) flexible office space and workshops, has announced major expansion plans following a deal between its owners Evans Property Group and Kodak Pension Plan.

  • Online

    JLL Germany hit by fraud probe

    2003-11-19T12:49:00Z

    Jones Lang LaSalle's German managing director Douglas Holoch resigned yesterday, following an investigation by German authorities.

  • Online

    Consent granted for Sellar's London Bridge Tower

    2003-11-19T12:02:00Z

    Sellar Property Group’s London Bridge Tower has been granted planning permission by the government following a public inquiry in the summer.

  • Online

    Sainsbury's development arm sold for £170m

    2003-11-19T11:59:00Z

    A joint venture including Schroders, Deutsche Property and Catalyst Capital today bought J Sainsbury Developments for £170m.

  • Online

    Bernerd's Chelsfield buyout delayed

    2003-11-19T11:46:00Z

    Elliott Bernerd’s £860m management buyout at Chelsfield due this month, has been delayed until at least December.

  • Online

    LandSecs reports 4% NAV rise

    2003-11-19T10:57:00Z

    Land Securities reported a solid set of interim results today, including a 4% increase in net asset value to 1264p a share.

  • Online

    Noé in talks to buy Derwent Valley

    2003-11-18T11:44:00Z

    Leo Noé, the former head of Bourne End Properties, announced today he was considering a bid for central London office specialist Derwent Valley.

  • Online

    British Land buys GUS out of joint venture

    2003-11-18T10:24:00Z

    British Land has bought out Great Universal Stores (GUS) from the companies’ 50/50 BL Universal joint venture for £120m.

  • Online

    Brascan gets backing in Wharf bid

    2003-11-17T15:12:00Z

    Canadian conglomerate Brascan has received a boost in its bid for Canary Wharf Group today with another shareholder backing its bid for the company.

  • Online

    Westminster planning chief steps down

    2003-11-17T10:44:00Z

    Carl Powell, one of the most senior planners in the country, has stepped down as head of planning and transportation at Westminster City Council.

  • Online

    Unite announces departure of CFO

    2003-11-14T14:13:00Z

    Unite Group, Britain’s largest private landlord for students, today announced the departure of its chief financial officer.

  • Online

    Quintain adds new plot to Greenwich holding

    2003-11-14T13:09:00Z

    Quintain Estates & Development has increased its ownership of land near the Millennium Dome in Greenwich by buying a distribution plant from Carlsberg-Tetley.

  • Markets

    Talk of the towns

    14 November 2003

    Harry's star … quiz of the week … new city centre offices for Manchester … anniversary celebrations

  • Markets

    Small wonders

    2003-11-14T00:00:00Z

    Owner-occupiers are in the ascendancy in the north-west and are taking stock the big funds do not look at.

  • Professional

    A wide range of property taxes

    14 November 2003

    Australian rates and property taxes While occupiers pay business rates in the UK, owners have to contribute to local government finance in Australia. But local authorities there have far greater control over their financial destiny than their counterparts here. On average, English councils can only raise about 25% of their ...

  • News

    We're off to see the rugby, the wonderful rugby in Oz

    14 November 2003

    Don't drop your tinny – yes, Property Week has gone green and gold and Down Under this week, and we are devoting 27 pages of today's issue to Australia, rugby and property. It's a one-off. We'll be back to normal next week and much of the magazine devoted to UK ...

  • Markets

    Office walkabout

    14 November 2003

    Tristan McConnell takes a guided tour with FPDSavills around the major office markets on Australia’s mainland

  • News

    North West

    14 November 2003

  • News

    Treasury Solicitor poised for move to Midtown

    14 November 2003

    Government department switches from Victoria with letting at iconic 1960s building

  • Insight

    Leading the pack

    14 November 2003

    This week, the UK's property big hitters have flown into Sydney, hoping to see England win the Rugby World Cup. Tristan McConnell looks at property's unique affinity with the game that has produced greats such as Rob Andrew, Andy Irvine and Michael Lynagh