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London office market ranked third most expensive in the world


London has the third most expensive office market in the world after Hong Kong and Tokyo, according to Knight Frank, with Melbourne and Sydney set to see the largest rental growth in the coming year.

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Intu's House of Fraser stores saved from closure


House of Fraser stores owned by Intu have been saved form closure following talks with the store’s owner, Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct.

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Cassidy markets £700m of forward-funding opportunities


Developer Cassidy Group is marketing £700m of forward-funding opportunities in the student accommodation and build-to-rent (BTR) sectors.

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Construction activity booming in regions says latest Crane Survey


Regional cities saw a bumper year for construction across the board in 2018, according to Deloitte’s most recent crane surveys.

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Stonegate sells Bracknell Bus Depot scheme to Seven Capital


Stonegate Homes has sold its Bracknell Bus Depot site, which has planning permission for a residential-led scheme, to Seven Capital.

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Aviva markets Glasgow office asset


Aviva Investors has put its 123 St Vincent Street office scheme in Glasgow on the market for £40.25m having let the remaining space in the building in October.

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JLL appoints new lead director of Cardiff office


Property consultancy firm JLL has appointed Justin Millet as lead director of its Cardiff office. He replaces Chris Sutton who has left the company to pursue his own consultancy practice after 12 years.

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Dublin’s The Reflector on market for €155m


Park Developments has put The Reflector office building in Dublin up for sale with a €155m (£136m) price tag, which would reflect a 4.2% yield.

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