Offices, business parks & science parks

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TREOS JV acquires two Scottish office assets

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A joint venture between TREOS, the discretionary fund vehicle of Trinova Real Estate, and Swedish real estate investor Europi Property Group has bought two Scottish office assets for £44m.

Oxford's new life sciences district The Red Hall and laboratory buildings and park to be built at Oxford North

First phase of £500m Oxford life sciences scheme gets thumbs up

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Oxford City Council has approved the first phase of the £500m Oxford North scheme, a giant life sciences district proposed by Thomas White Oxford, the development company of St John’s College at Oxford University.

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Bruntwood SciTech completes science park acquisition

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Bruntwood SciTech is drawing up plans for new developments at Melbourn Science Park in Cambridge after completing the acquisition of the scheme for £46.2m.

Office London

Majority of Manchester business leaders want to change their workplace design post-covid

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Just under three-quarters of business leaders in Manchester say they need to permanently change the design of their workplaces in order to suit the longer-term needs of their business and teams.

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Cambridge Science Park assets sold for £100m

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Several buildings at Cambridge Science Park have been bought by Brockton Everlast for almost £100m.

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Spire Global signs pre-let at Skypark

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Nanosatellite manufacturing firm Spire Global UK has signed a 29,511 sq ft pre-let deal at Skypark in Glasgow to build a multi-functional premises.

Retail

Landlords receive highest rent collection since start of pandemic

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Landlords have received 65% commercial rent due for the December quarter, according to data from property management platform Re-Leased.

Life science lab

Green light for L&G and Oxford University £200m life sciences scheme

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Legal & General and the University of Oxford have received planning permission for a £200m life sciences building.

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