Guy is Property Week's deputy editor with specialisms in news and finance. He covers: general news; banks and lending; property companies; fund management; mergers and acquisitions; and forecasts.
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An activist investor has voted against Local Shopping REIT’s proposal to wind up the company.
A South African-listed property company has breached its banking covenants after the value of its UK shopping centres plunged £78.6m.
A joint venture backed by Christian Candy’s CPC Group has secured a £19m debt financing deal with OakNorth to fund a mixed-use building close to Hackney Wick station.
Evans Randall partners Kent Gardner and Paul Kendrick have invested in Re-Leased to help finance the proptech firm’s expansion plans.
Transport for London and Barratt London have been given the go-ahead to start building 350 new homes in Waltham Forest across six new buildings.
Patrizia has agreed to sell 1 Tanfield, a large office building in Edinburgh, to Greenridge Investment Management for about £65.5m, Property Week can reveal.
Legal & General has drawn up plans to turn House of Fraser’s giant store in Birmingham into offices and a hotel after seeing the value of the property and its rental income fall sharply, Property Week can reveal.
Brokers at Peel Hunt have fired a warning over the outlook for supported living REITs after Westmoreland Supported Housing, a tenant of Civitas Social Housing and Triple Point Social Housing, was given a ‘non-compliant’ rating for viability and governance by the regulator.
Appearing before MPs this week for a select committee hearing on ‘high streets and town centres in 2030’, Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley let rip – railing against “prehistoric rents” and calling for “a massive electric shock” in the form of a new tax on online sales to revive ailing ...
Civitas Social Housing and Triple Point Social Housing have been hit by news that one of their tenants, Westmoreland Supported Housing, has been given a ‘non-compliant’ rating for viability and governance by the regulator.
Damac boss Hussain Sajwani tells Guy Montague-Jones about his ambitions for growth in London and Europe
Industry veteran, who has been chief executive since 1984, will be replaced by property director Paul Williams.