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Apple signs for 22 Bishopsgate office


Apple has agreed to lease around 100,000 sq ft of City of London skyscraper 22 Bishopsgate as it waits for its new UK headquarters at Battersea Power Station to be completed.

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Candy eyes bid for Capco


Residential property tycoon Nick Candy has confirmed he has joined forces with Saudi Aradia’s Public Investment Fund to launch a bid for Earls Court and Covent Garden owner Capital & Counties (Capco).


OakNorth lends Marden Homes £17.8m for Essex development


Challenger bank OakNorth has provided housebuilder Marden Homes with £17.8m for a new residential development in Chelmsford.

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Vatican launches investigation into £129m Chelsea property deal


The Vatican has launched a probe into the £129m purchase of a London office building.

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HB Reavis granted permission for Elizabeth House redevelopment


HB Reavis has won planning permission for its 1.2m sq ft redevelopment scheme in Waterloo, London, paving the way for construction to begin next year.

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Queensgate snaps up £315m Freehand Hotel portfolio


Queensgate Investments has completed the acquisition of Freehand Hotels for around $400m (£315m) and signalled its intent to build a presence in the UK.

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The Office Group buys Midtown building Chancery House


The Office Group has bought Midtown office building Chancery House from Canada’s Public Sector Pension Investment Board (PSP).

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CIT completes Colechurch House acquisition


CIT has completed the leasehold purchase of Colechurch House in London Bridge, which it has earmarked for a major redevelopment.

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Henry Boot Developments sells Bromley shopping centre for £20m


Henry Boot Developments has sold a Bromley shopping centre to a consortium of international investors for £20m.

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High street

Vacant London and Midlands shops get repurposed quickest


Vacant retail space is being redeveloped more quickly in Greater London and the Midlands than in the rest of the country, according to new data from the Local Data Company (LDC).

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