By Hardeep Sandher, Hardeep Sandher Hardeep Sandher Hardeep Sandher2010-04-21T10:47:00+01:00
Developer Edinburgh House’s plans for a £120m regeneration of Gravesend’s Heritage Quarter have been deferred by the council this week in yet another major setback for the developer.
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JTP and Joseph Homes have been given the go-ahead to develop a 1,500-home mixed-use scheme in Gravesend.
Morgan Stanley has bought 101 Cambridge Science Park from LaSalle Investment Management for £50m.
Grainger said it is seeing a “positive level” of enquiries as it noted its first build-to-rent (BTR) development in Southampton is fully leased only three months after its launch.
Birmingham auction house Bond Wolfe has raised £29.3m at its 21 July sale, selling 222 properties from a 231-lot catalogue.
A duo of former care homes in Wendover, Buckinghamshire have topped Savills latest catalogue for its August sale.
Cole Waterhouse has signed the first occupants at the £260m Upper Trinity Street (UTS) mixed-use scheme, including the world’s first Museum of Youth Culture.
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