By Nick Johnstone2010-10-05T12:49:00+01:00
Hastings Pier has been destroyed by fire the day after a community group launched a competition to design its redevelopment.
To read the full story on www.PublicPropertyUK.com, click here: Hastings Pier redevelopment marred by epic blaze
Aviva Investors has entered a long-term agreement with streaming giant Netflix to operate and expand its film and production facility at the Longcross Studios complex in Surrey.
The UK’s largest ten pin bowling operator has signed a 15-year lease for 26,000 sq ft at the NEC in Birmingham.
The lettings are to gym network 1Rebel, the New-York inspired fried buttermilk chicken shop Butchies, and Japanese ramen restaurant Kanada-Ya, which will all open in the development’s leisure quarter later this year.
TV streaming platform Roku has taken 120,000 sq ft of office space at Building 2, Cambridge Science Park, in the largest letting deal in the city in the past five years.
Airport Industrial Property Unit Trust (AIPUT) has completed the freehold acquisition of a 75-acre site to the west of Heathrow Airport, adjacent to the Poyle Trading Estate.
Global investment firm Sixth Street and private equity real estate firm Henley Investments have purchased Martineau Place in Birmingham in a joint venture, Property Week can reveal.
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