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Carlson Court, Putney

Brunswick Property Partners spends £40m on two properties for workplace scheme


Brunswick Property Partners (BPP) has acquired two properties for a combined £40m for its London workplace venture Akoya.

Croydon skyline

Croydon sees a surge in planning applications


An unprecedented volume of planning applications have been submitted to Croydon Council in the last fortnight as developers continue to show interest in the borough despite its bankruptcy.

Wembley Park TfL

TfL and Barratt get the go ahead for resi scheme in Wembley


Brent Council has approved Transport for London and Barratt London’s plans to develop 454 new homes near Wembley Park Underground station.

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Green light for urban forest scheme


London’s first office building with an urban forest rooftop has been approved by planners.


Revised plans for controversial Goodsyard scheme recommended for approval


The Greater London Authority (GLA) has recommended that London mayor Sadiq Khan approve the revised plans for The Goodsyard, a controversial £900m mixed-use scheme in Shoreditch.

Construction cranes

Covid ‘murders’ London offices as survey shows 50% fall in construction


A senior agent has warned that parts of the London office market have been “murdered by Covid” after a leading construction survey revealed a 50% slump in new London office construction.

City of London

Asian investment in London drops off


UK investors are propping up the London commercial property market, with Asian investment dropping 12.6 percentage points in the last 12 months.

London Wall Place

One London Wall £480m sale completed


Brookfield Properties has completed the sale of One London Wall Place to Middle Eastern investors AGC Equity Partners for £480m, reflecting a 3.8% net initial yield.

Savile Row

Abercrombie & Fitch to close London flagship store


Abercrombie & Fitch will close its flagship store on Savile Row.

Views and features on London

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  • Sadiq Khan has been a disaster

  • London is as attractive as ever

  • The grey space conundrum

  • Square Mile will always adapt

  • View from the top: Brian Bickell, chief executive of Shaftesbury

  • Property needs diverse new talent

  • London is still calling to international investors

  • Developers bank on Brixton

  • View from the top: John James, managing director of Soho Estates

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