Deputy news editor Helen covers retail, leisure, hotels and the Midlands.
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Chief executive Wilf Walsh insists firm will not become another Toys R Us and plans fundraising to invest in remaining stores
HS2, Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 and Coventry City of Culture 2021 provide springboard for many developments.
West Midlands agency has already won new advisory contracts.
Department store chain House of Fraser has brought in advisers at KPMG to advise on a restructuring plan, including a potential Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA).
Build-to-rent giant Greystar is in talks to buy a portfolio of sites that could accommodate around 3,500 apartments from developer Inhabit.
TH Real Estate and Allianz have provided funds managed by Partners Group with £100m in debt finance for the development of 80 Fenchurch Street in London.
Rockspring Property Investment Managers has sold eight properties on behalf of its TransEuropean Property Limited Partnership V fund since Q4 2017, raising around €400m (£346.4m).
Developer plans six to eight schemes in dominant regional centres for Creative Trade retail/workspace concept.
Investment down 52% as several retail park occupiers consider CVAs in response to financial difficulties.
Councils spent £3.8bn on commercial property between 2013 and 2017, according to a new report by retail membership body Revo and consultancy Carter Jonas.