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The firm’s Recovery Readiness Task Force is developing ideas and products to help clients return to the office.
Commercial property rent and service charge collection levels have only increased marginally in recent weeks, according to a survey of more than 18,000 properties.
A parliamentary inquiry has been launched into local authority investment in commercial property.
Figures reveal it is not only the retail, leisure and hospitality sectors that have suffered as result of pandemic
Legal & General’s senior living business Inspired Villages has secured planning permission for a £215m scheme on the site of the insurer’s former head office in Kingswood, Surrey.
LGIM Real Assets has secured a 35,000 sq ft letting to biotechnology company Amgen at Cambridge Science Park.
Astrea Asset Management has secured resolution to grant planning consent for the redevelopment of 36-38 Berkeley Square at Westminster’s first virtual planning committee meeting last night.
The London Property Alliance has written to communities secretary Robert Jenrick calling for planning reform to allow the property industry to get back on its feet as quickly as possible once the coronavirus crisis abates.
Flexible office software provider Essensys is looking to raise £7m to shore up its finances during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Regional property specialists Regional REIT and Town Centre Securities have both reported robust levels of rent collection.
Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia is reportedly looking to borrow about £50m against the value of its distribution centre in Daventry, Northamptonshire, in a bid to secure its financial position.