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NHS Property Services sees surge in tenants without rent agreements


The percentage of NHS Property Services tenants that do not have formal rent agreements has hit 70% and debt owed to the service has tripled in five years, according to the National Audit Office (NAO).

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Inland gets go-ahead for largest ever development


Inland Homes has been granted planning permission for its largest ever scheme on for the former site of Tesco’s headquarters in Hertfordshire.

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Value of Crown Estate portfolio rises despite retail woes


The value of The Crown Estate’s property portfolio has continued to rise despite a sharp fall in the value of its retail-heavy regional portfolio.

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NAV at Tritax Eurobox nudges up


Net asset value (NAV) at Tritax EuroBox has nudged up during the three months to the end of March.

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Central London investment figures plummet in first half of 2019


Central London office investment is set to drop by almost 40% year on year for the first half of 2019, according to JLL.

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LXi makes £135m of acquisitions


LXi REIT has made a series of six acquisitions totaling £135m following its £200m equity issue earlier this month.

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Telereal Trillium sells manufacturing site to Atlantic Leaf


Telereal Trillium has completed the sale of Koito’s manufacturing HQ in Droitwich to Atlantic Leaf Properties for £11.89m.

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Carter Jonas promotes four new group partners


Carter Jonas has promoted four new group partners across four of its offices.

Retirement Homes

OakNorth completes £60m loan to AHH


OakNorth has completed a £60m loan to Affordable Housing & Healthcare Group (AHH) to fund the development of three new affordable retirement living schemes in Wiltshire, Dorset and Somerset.


Civitas posts strong annual growth


Social housing group Civitas has posted a 1.5% rise in net asset value (NAV) for the year to the end of March.

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The last of its kind: interview with James Thornton


Mayfair Capital co-founder James Thornton says regulatory pressure means there’s not much of a future for small fund managers. But as he tells Guy Montague-Jones, thanks to Swiss Life, it’s a different story for his firm

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Property Week Digital Edition – 21 June 2019

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