By Nick Johnstone2010-10-18T10:34:00+01:00
Companies including Max Property and Hammersonhave given public backing to the £83bn cuts due to be announced by chancellor George Osborne on Wednesday.
To read the full story on www.PublicPropertyUK.com, click here: Property big hitters back Osborne’s cuts
Investment in the UK’s senior housing sector in 2021 is set to outpace last year’s level on the back of surging interest from overseas buyers.
Successful Covid-19 vaccination programme has played key role in driving increased interest in Square Mile
Car park operator NCP has temporarily suspended its restructuring plan as it prepares to respond to an 11th-hour takeover attempt from private equity investors.
Over 87% of international firms said that less than half of their current corporate real estate portfolio would qualify as ‘green’ or ‘sustainable’, according to a new report from Knight Frank.
Prologis has acquired a 150,000 sq ft unit in Park Royal, London, in an off-market purchase and leaseback for approximately £70m.
New York, Paris, London, Berlin and Frankfurt are expected to be among the fastest-transitioning cities to hybrid working.
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