David Parsley is contributing editor on Property Week, specialising in finance and general news. His career has included being founding editor of City AM, markets editor on The Sunday Times and business editor on the Sunday Express. He began his career as news editor on Property Week in 1994.
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Housebuilder Crest Nicholson has warned profits will be lower than expected because buyers have been put off by “political and economic uncertainties” as Brexit approaches.
Apache Capital Partners has secured a four-year £58.5m loan from LaSalle Investment Management to help fund The Lexington build-to-rent (BTR) scheme in Liverpool.
Top five housebuilder Bellway has launched a cost savings programme to boost margins after reporting a 14.3% rise in full-year pre-tax profit.
Gramercy Europe is set to launch a fourth logistics and industrial fund, targeting the raising of €400m (£352.5m) of equity.
Julian Salvi and Moray Low are transferring their skills from the rugby pitch to the building site – and creating desirable homes in the process.
Evans Randall is on the verge of buying seven properties close to the new Farringdon Crossrail station for up to £200m.
Although he is far more used to scoring points than pulling pints, Exeter Chiefs rugby legend Gareth Steenson is launching a new sports bar and restaurant in his adopted city.
Student accommodation giant Unite Group has revealed a £275m senior unsecured bond in a move to diversify its sources of funding.
St James’s Place UK has paid Great Portland Estates £38.5m to acquire 27-35 Mortimer Street, in London’s West End.
GVA has posted a 20% rise in pre-tax profit off the back off a 4% rise in revenue, according to its latest accounts for 2017 filed at Companies House.
Cushman & Wakefield and Avison Young are in a two-way battle to buy GVA, Property Week can reveal.