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Plans for a new £1.5m public square in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter have been submitted to Birmingham City Council.
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Landlords can face serious consequences for failing to carry out risk assessments or implement measures.
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill has came into force today.
Networks such as Freehold and other initiatives promote workplace diversity, inclusivity and awareness.
Alternative Income REIT has announced it will pay a dividend of 1.43 pence per share for its latest quarter after strong rent collection.
Landlord is understood not to have responded to the operator’s revised rent proposal.
EPRA figures show discounts to net asset value reducing for UK residential REITs reflecting renewed confidence.
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