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Sandeep Sankoli Aug 2018 (12)

Hill hires Sankoli as head of London land


The Hill Group has hired Sandeep Sankoli to the newly created role of head of London land and partnerships.

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Global Banking School takes 20,000 sq ft in Stratford


Global Banking School has let 20,000 sq ft of office space at 4 Cam Road in Stratford.


Dominvs acquires Stratford site as part of move away from hotels


Dominvs has acquired a site in Stratford, east London, as part of its move away from hotel development.

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Thomas returns to Shelley Sandzer as director of agency


Richard Thomas has returned to UK leisure and property agency Shelley Sandzer as director of agency.

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Maslow Capital supports resi development with £26.7m loan


Maslow Capital has completed a £26.7m development loan to support Meadow Partners’ residential scheme in Willesden Green, North London.

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ABTA sells former London office to CBRE IM for over £18m


ABTA has sold the freehold interest in its former offices at 68-71 Newman Street, London to pension fund clients of CBRE Investment Management for a price understood to be over £18m.

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Joseph Homes’ resi development in Southwark gets green light


Joseph Homes has secured approval from the London Borough of Southwark to develop 25-33 Parkhouse Street, which will see part of Burgess Business Park redeveloped into 109 homes.

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Hines acquires 1.8-acre central London site


Hines has completed the acquisition of 18 Blackfriars Road, a 1.8-acre development site in central London.

Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf leases almost 50,000 sq ft of restaurant space


Canary Wharf Group has signed four deals to restaurant operators covering more than 44,800 sq ft of space in its mixed-use Wood Wharf neighbourhood.

Views and features on London

  • King’s Cross: 20 years on

  • King’s Cross: 20 years in the making

  • Central London disproportionately hard hit by Covid

  • View from the top: Alastair Moss, chair of the City of London Corporation’s planning and transportation committee

  • London’s industrial land dilemma

  • Beds and sheds: a capital idea?

  • Big interview with Simon Murphy, CEO of Battersea Power Station Development Company (BPSDC)

  • The office will adapt and survive

  • Staycations will boost the West End

  • People have stuck with London

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