By Nick Johnstone2010-10-07T10:54:00+01:00
Regional development agency Advantage West Midlands has today revealed 121 projects that are losing almost £37m of public sector funding in this financial year.
To read the full story on http://ppuk.propertyweek.com/, click here: Advantage West Midlands details £37m cuts
Trebor Developments and Schroders Capital’s Schroder UK Real Estate Fund have secured detailed planning consent for a four-unit industrial development at Revolution Park, Wolverhampton.
Valor Real Estate Partners has purchased a 51,055 sq ft last-mile warehouse in Birmingham – its first asset in the city.
Ashtrom Properties has purchased Birmingham office building Colmore Gate from Aviva Investors for £39.5m.
An experiential pop-up shop celebrating the iconic rock band Queen is due to open its doors on Carnaby Street later this month.
Knight Frank data has shown a potential care bed shortage following limited development in 2020.
Logistics real estate developer Panattoni has signed a lease with online grocer Ocado Retail for a 346,132 sq ft, speculatively developed logistics facility in Luton.
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