All Property Week articles in 26 November 2004

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  • Online

    Savills to open Leeds commercial office

    2004-11-26T14:22:00Z

    Savills is to open a commercial office in Leeds, following the acquisition of Leeds-based property adviser Peter Lund & Partners.

  • Online

    Bilton to sell Raven Group to Raven Mount in £36.5m deal

    2004-11-26T12:23:00Z

    Anton Bilton is to sell his private company, Raven Group, into quoted housebuilder Raven Mount, which he heads.

  • Professional

    Who’s suing whom

    26 November 2004

    Dispute over selling agent’s due On 29 September 2004 Knight Frank started proceedings against Kerringtons Development, claiming a sum of around £228,000, together with interest in relation to its fees, for the marketing of a residential block at 30 Calderwood Street Woolwich known as the Vista Building. Knight Frank ...

  • News

    Staffordshire + Shropshire

    26 November 2004

  • On the road: the last lorries are loaded at cereal manufacturer Dailycer, which has switched its operation to Holland and France
    Markets

    Spec savers

    26 November 2004

    For decades English Partnerships has only sold industrial land in Telford to owner-occupiers. But now developers will be allowed to build speculatively.

  • Green plea: the British Council for Offices called
    Online

    Taking on responsibility

    26 November 2004

    A host of new regulations means agents will no longer be able to ignore sustainability issues

  • News

    One-upmanship

    26 November 2004

    The lukewarm relationship between BH2’s Tony Gibbon and Jones Lang LaSalle’s Julian Nairn, two of the City’s top investment agents, is well known.

  • Insight

    There’s nothing in it for you

    26 November 2004

    The property industry has been eagerly awaiting chancellor Gordon Brown’s pre-Budget report next week. But all the signs are it will be disappointed.

  • Insight

    Networkers

    26 November 2004

    Who’s worked with whom at Bulleys, Telford office.

  • Compact disc: EMI's new, consolidated headquarters
    Markets

    Media wave

    26 November 2004

    As spending on advertising increases, London’s media occupiers are expanding and escaping to west London, and Chiswick Park is the destination of choice.

  • Teething problems: DJ's Shepherd, a Lecter lookalike and the Crown Estate's Anthony Bickmore
    News

    Silent lambs off the menu

    26 November 2004

    Drivers Jonas quite literally rolled out the red carpet for its clients last Tuesday.

  • Colour scheme: Greenford Park off the A40
    Markets

    Local knowledge

    26 November 2004

    Essential information, project updates and gossip.

  • Coming in: Drayton Manor Business Park is attracting tenants
    Markets

    Local knowledge

    26 November 2004

    Essential information, project updates and gossip.

  • Space race: the best way to move around ProLogis's 250,000 sq ft shed at Stoke is on wheels
    Markets

    The wheels of industry

    26 November 2004

    As local agents warn that small businesses are being neglected, ProLogis continues to bring large sheds to the market in Stoke-on-Trent.

  • News

    Horse sense

    26 November 2004

    Winning £1,000 at a building launch sounds great, but Manchester agent Conrad O’Neill of Canning O’Neill ended up feeling the pressure when he was told it was on the condition he used it to bet on a horse race.

  • News

    Hanover Square

    26 November 2004

  • Spoof positive: Gavin with his trophy
    News

    Quite a handful

    26 November 2004

    For many agents, a game of spoofing is the only way to end a lunch date.

  • News

    Grimley plans LLP switch

    26 November 2004

    GVA Grimley has selected Midlands partner Bob Barnett as its new chief executive and is to convert into a limited liability partnership as early as next May, it was announced at a partners’ conference in Barcelona last week.

  • Fiona Zeitlyn
    Insight

    Going places

    26 November 2004

    Who’s moving onwards and upwards

  • News

    Manchester landmarks go on the market

    26 November 2004

    Two of Manchester’s landmark buildings have been put up for sale.