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McCarthy & Stone boss Clive Fenton has revealed he is to quit, after the retirement home developer issued a profit warning following a “noticeable decline” in reservations.
Countryside Properties has revealed an expansion of its strategic partnership with Sigma Capital Group that will see the two companies target the delivery of a further 5,000 private rental sector homes over the next three years.
Planning permission has been granted for three developments in Old Oak that represent the first major private sector schemes approved within London’s largest designated ‘Opportunity Area’.
Croydon council’s head of planning Heather Cheesbrough clashed with CNM Estates chairman Wahid Samady over the London mayor’s housing policy after he said the 50% affordable homes target on public land was “a nonsense” during a panel debate at The London Real Estate Forum.
REIM Cording has expanded its private rented sector (PRS) team with the appointment of John Molloy as senior project manager.
Investor poised to forward-fund package of seven student housing developments
Joint developers Ballymore and Oxley are set to offer their No. 2 Dublin Landings property to the market for €98.8m (£86.3m).
Legal & General Capital has made a duo of key hires for its housebuilding arm, Legal & General Homes, including recruiting finance director Chris Sly from Berkeley Homes.
Mountview Estates has blamed the “uncertain economic climate” for a fall in annual pre-tax profits of almost 19%
Seven investors have tabled offers in the first round of bidding for £3bn build-to-rent specialist Quintain, Property Week understands.