Latest Development News
JV funds £302m Moda scheme in ‘largest regional BTR deal’
Harrison Street is funding what it claims is the UK’s largest regional build-to-rent (BTR) scheme, Moda Living’s 722-home Great Charles Street project in Birmingham, which will have a gross development value of £302m.
Rangeford Villages acquires Surrey retirement community site
Rangeford Villages has exchanged contracts on a five-acre site in Dorking, Surrey, where it plans to develop 153 apartments for a retirement living community.
RVG launches Thrive Living brand with plans for 5,000 homes
Retirement Villages Group (RVG) has unveiled a new brand for its future retirement communities portfolio, Thrive Living, with plans to develop 5,000 homes by 2032.
Kavanagh and Harper snap up ULI real estate awards
Telford Homes chief executive Anne Kavanagh and Quadrant Estates’ Yohance Harper have both been recognised with awards from the Urban Land Institute (ULI) for their contributions to the real estate sector.
Lowest-price public sector wins creating collusion among contractors, says SCF lead
Contractors underbidding for public sector development work is resulting in bad behaviour such as collusion, according to a leading body that supports public sector organisations with construction procurement.
PLATFORM_ greenlighted to build 1,350 BTR homes for Leeds regeneration
Modular construction uptake hindered by planning system
Dolphin Living CEO highlights need for discount market rent
Maslow Capital agrees £114m loan for Paddington PBSA scheme
Major King’s Cross development site marketed by CBRE
Sector renews calls for additional remediation funding as contract deadline passes
Developing 50% affordable housing on smaller sites could see delivery of 1.6 million homes
Hillingdon Council approves 90 homes on former London RAF site
Q&A: Oblix Living founder on filling a niche in the BTR market
Avant Homes greenlit for £58m Nottinghamshire resi development
Greenlight for Landsec’s £320m Southwark office development
Cohort Capital funds west London office to resi conversion
COIMA set to take second big step in the makeover of Milan
Planning application submitted for £100m MK resi scheme
Development site viability could be switched on by Ofgem connection reform
Nokkel’s Roland Whyte on cutting through valuation chaos with data clarity
With everything changing so quickly in the property market, it can be tricky for buyers and sellers to feel in control, which is why now is the right time to refocus on the factors that they can influence.