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Kensington Odeon

Lodha to press ahead with redevelopment of Kensington Odeon


Developer Minerva has sold its controversial Kensington Odeon site to a private development fund, which plans to progress with approved plans for a mixed-use redevelopment.

Collective New York

The Collective unveils plans for $450m New York co-living debut


Co-living firm The Collective has announced plans to develop a $450m (£343m) 350,000 sq ft scheme in New York City which will serve as its flagship location in the US.

Coming Home

Triple Point exceeds target with £108m initial raise


Specialist REIT Triple Point Social Housing has raised gross proceeds of £108.15m from an initial share raise and triggered a second supplementary raise.

JP Hay Sam Hay

Ringley acquires JP Hay for BTR expansion


The Ringley Group has acquired fellow property management specialist JP Hay to support its growth in the build-to-rent (BTR) market.

Platform_ Sheffield

Green light for Platform_ to deliver Sheffield BTR


Build-to-rent developer Platform_ has secured planning permission to deliver a new 335 home site in Sheffield city centre.

Maven Marketgait Dundee

90 North makes Scottish PBSA acquisition from Maven


Maven Capital Partners has achieved a major mark-up in selling its 16 bed purpose built student accommodation (“PBSA”) development in Dundee to 90 North Real Estate Partners.

Phil Wilson Peel

Peel to launch housebuilding division


Peel Land and Property is set to launch a new housebuilding division, and has appointed Phil Wilson from Harworth Group to be its chief executive.

Dylon Works Crest Nicholson

Crest Nicholson issues profit warning as Brexit bites


Housebuilder Crest Nicholson has warned profits will be lower than expected because buyers have been put off by “political and economic uncertainties” as Brexit approaches.

Guinness Bromley by Bow development

Guinness acquires two-acre Bromley-by-Bow site


Affordable housing provider Guinness Partnership has successfully completed the acquisition of a residential scheme in Bromley-by-Bow from Danescroft, with backing from Palmer Capital.

LBS 225 Marsh Wall

LBS uses VR to secure green light for long-delayed £230m Canary Wharf resi-led scheme

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Developer LBS Properties has secured planning permission at appeal for a proposed 48-storey mixed-use development adjacent to Canary Wharf at Cubitt Property’s 225 Marsh Wall.

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