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Law firm Halliwells has agreed a 120,000 sq ft (11,148 sq m) prelet of 3 Hardman Square at Allied London’s Spinningfields development in Manchester.
Derwent Valley, the specialist London property company, has sold two buildings in deals totalling £37m.
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The new owner of Southend’s run-down Victoria Plaza believes the centre’s redevelopment prospects make it well worth a £28m price tag, despite the failure of previous refurbishment attempts
Stratford City and Land Securities are working together to make sure their neighbouring retail schemes do not cancel each other out
Developer to partner Mid Sussex council for development of 200 sq mile area over next 20 years
Residential property is a key element of mixed-use schemes, yet is still a relatively unknown commodity for most investors, says FPDSavills.
Robert Sharp investigates how the property industry, from the Duke of Westminster down, is caught up in the conflict in Iraq
Property Week was last week honoured in one of journalism’s top awards ceremonies.
Who’s worked with whom at Kemsley Whiteley & Ferris Essex-based Kemsley Whiteley & Ferris was formed in 1963. The Gidea Park office in Romford specialises in industrial
More than 1,000 members of the property industry attended the 12th annual RICS property quiz and raised over £100,000 for Lionheart, the RICS benevolent fund.
Late demolition claim justified
Planning complexities hit confidence and stall growth in land values
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Regulations covering hazardous waste are increasing costs on crucial brownfield developments
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Irish and Middle Eastern investors among star line-up for £700m Paradise Street scheme
Any readers who are members of the England Rugby Supporters Club may have done a double take while looking through the club’s latest merchandise brochure.
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