Helen Crane is the former deputy news editor at Property Week.
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Covid-19 storm shakes Channel Islands
Recovery depends on ability of tourism and leisure sectors to bounce back, writes Helen Crane
Satellite offices are on the launch pad
Towns near London are set to benefit from a hub-and-spoke office location model.
Is self-build set to take off in the UK?
Property Week reports on a new Welsh government-backed self-build scheme that could inspire more people to take the DIY approach to home ownership
Birmingham’s tallest office tower to rise on Colmore Row
Tristan Capital to develop 26-storey building.
Westfield ramps up residential push with start on Cherry Park
Shopping centre owner breaks ground on £670m Stratford BTR scheme in drive to add resi to malls’ offer.
Kensington Forum Hotel approval puts onus on affordability
London mayor green lights controversial scheme after social housing is tripled.
Heitman forms senior living venture
Investment management firm Heitman has entered into a joint venture agreement with Signature Senior Lifestyle to develop, own and operate senior living communities across Greater London on behalf of an affiliate of the firm.
Khan approves Kensington Forum after affordable homes tripled
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has approved Queensgate Investments and Rockwell Property’s plans to redevelop the Kensington Forum Hotel, after the developers agreed to make all the homes in the scheme affordable.
LCR gives first look at Waterloo.London development
Developer LCR has revealed new images of Waterloo.London – the retail and leisure scheme it is developing in the former Eurostar terminal at Waterloo station.
CIT to give City tower a wellness makeover
Owner to add 13 storeys to Finsbury Tower office block and rebrand it as HYLO
BTR sector could grow to £545bn, says Savills
Student accommodation tipped to flatline while retirement set for moderate growth
HSBC to house 1,000 staff in South Bank WeWork
HSBC is planning to house more than 1,000 of its London staff at the WeWork office at 2 Southbank Place.
Greystar and Henderson Park complete Nine Elms deal
Greystar has teamed up with Henderson Park to complete the £101m acquisition of the former Royal Mail depot in Nine Elms, and the pair have secured a £385m loan to fund the development of an 894-home build-to-rent scheme on the site.
Unite gains approval for Spitalfields scheme
Unite Group has received a resolution to grant planning permission for its 913-bed student accommodation development in Middlesex Street in London.
Investec provides £27m loan for South London urban logistics development
Investec has agreed to provide Valor Real Estate Partners with a £27m senior loan to fund the speculative development of a 153,000 sq ft, grade A urban logistics park in Mitcham, South London.
Report reveals development appetite of London councils
Brent, Ealing and Hackney identified as ‘pro-regeneration’ boroughs in study of councils’ planning decisions
NHS picks PJ Livesey for hospital site
NHS Property Services has chosen PJ Livesey Group to develop up to 300 homes on a former hospital site in Portsmouth.
Kier explores sale of housebuilding arm
Kier Group is exploring a sale of its housebuilding arm for up to £150m in a bid to improve its finances, according to reports.
Taylor Grange and Galliford Try launch Birmingham resi partnership
Midlands developer Taylor Grange has selected Galliford Try Investments as its preferred development partner for its residential projects in Birmingham.
CBRE to revamp London HQ
CBRE has begun a major redevelopment and extension of its UK headquarters at Henrietta House, London.