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Apple to open new store at Battersea Power Station


Apple is to open a major new store at Battersea Power Station next to its 500,000 sq ft headquarters at the landmark redevelopment.

Berlin, Germany

European investment markets ‘hit pause’ in first three months of 2023


The European commercial real estate market hit pause during the first quarter of 2023, according to research from La Française Real Estate Managers.

Burns Hotel - Knight Frank

KOP Group snaps up Earl’s Court hotel for £35m


Singaporean investor KOP Group has purchased the Burns Hotel in London’s Earl’s Court for a guide price of £35m and plans to transform the site into a luxury boutique hotel.

Victoria Square Woking

Woking’s woes reveal dangers of council property investment


Two schemes played a big part in the council being placed in special measures, as other LAs face a similar fate.

Strettons Auction - Philip Waterfield

Range of London residential properties flogged at Strettons May auction


Strettons’ latest auction saw a range of residential lots in the capital go under the hammer, with a mixed-use property leading the sale.

Gasholders, Kings Cross

Locale appointed on three King’s Cross residential developments


King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership (KCCLP), owner of the King’s Cross estate in London, has appointed occupier experience technology group Locale at three of its residential developments.

London offices skyline

Only industrial and West End offices to see “robust rental growth” in next five years, says IPF


Industrial assets and London’s West End office market will be the only two property sectors to outperform the all- property average during the next five years, according to an International Property Forum (IPF) report.


Kensington and Chelsea council ‘bucks current trends’ with major real estate investment


Kensington and Chelsea council’s pension fund is investing £1.6bn in commercial property with circa £150m spent to date, including the purchases of a Morrisons supermarket in Hampshire, an Audi car showroom in Milton Keynes, and a Travelodge hotel in York.

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True North planning 1,500 co-living units for middle-income Londoners


True North, a real estate investment and management company, said it is aiming to deliver 1,500 co-living units as it sees significant demand for high-quality, well-managed rental assets for middle-income Londoners.

Views and features on London

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  • Interview with Rokstone founder and CEO Becky Fatemi: Homing in on the richest pickings

  • Primera Corporation’s Ruth Duston on why partnerships and investment are key to unlocking London’s potential

  • Heart of London Business Alliance’s Ros Morgan gives her 10 reasons to be happy three years on from Covid

  • London Gateway open for growth

  • New flight path for Canary Wharf

  • IWG Group’s Thomas Sinclair on turning empty spaces into profitable places

  • Show football mobs the red card

  • An address to impress: interview with John Caudwell

  • Battersea Power Station: in pictures

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