Christine is a former features correspondent for Property Week
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The central south coast region is undergoing a major transformation, with significant public and private sector investment in new amenities and mixed-use commercial development.
The demand for laboratory space in Oxfordshire is so great that the owners of the county’s two most prominent science parks are both on site with speculative developments.
Cambridge has always been a draw for students, residents, workers and tourists alike.
Developer Ressance has been fighting to bring Newbury’s Faraday Plaza to life for 12 years.
In November last year, Property Week revealed that regeneration specialists Trevor Cartner and Chris Musgrave had bought the 19.3-acre Fawdon pharmaceutical site in Newcastle from French global healthcare firm Sanofi, which had moved operations overseas with the loss of around 450 jobs.
A whole day out in South Shields - that is the joint ambition of Muse Developments and South Tyneside Council.
Two of the dominant business parks in the four southern counties are to come under new ownership in deals that again demonstrate the strength of the South East office park market.
On Monday (26 October), Chiltern Railways will open Oxford Parkway station, linking north Oxford with London Marylebone in 58 minutes.
Dealing with surplus land feels “too sequential,” according to Richard McCarthy, executive director central government for Capita.