Deputy news editor Helen covers retail, leisure, hotels and the Midlands.
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Managing director Andrea Orlandi talks about the company’s JV with Lendlease and its Elephant Park scheme.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced the developers, housing associations and contractors which will bring forward up to £20bn of new housing on public land as part of the LDP, as well as a handful of new public sites that will be contracted out to panel members.
Communities secretary James Brokenshire has called on local authorities and developers to apply for additional government funding for the development of new garden towns.
The government has outlined several affordable housing reforms in its Social Housing Green Paper, including proposed changes to council spending of Right to Buy receipts, shared ownership and the regulatory system.
Fashion retailer COS has signed for a new 6,210 sq ft concept store at Coal Drops Yard in King’s Cross.
Amro Real Estate Partners has acquired two London sites and appointed JLL to find an institutional joint venture partner for its newly-launched build-to-rent platform, AmroLiving.
Enfield Council’s leader hopes to work with multiple partners on the £6bn, 10,000-home scheme.
Developer plans to spend £60m converting buildings in the town centre into a new mixed-use scheme.
Enfield Council has set out a new strategy for its £6bn Meridian Water development, which will see it work with multiple partners rather than a single master developer.
The retail REIT looks to reassure shareholders following collapse of intu deal and rejection of Klépierre.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has published its final version of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF)
Retailer cuts team to improve efficiency and speed up decision-making as it continues store closure programme.