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Hughes joins iQ as chair


Student accommodation specialist iQ has appointed former Coca-Cola Great Britain and Ireland president Penny Hughes as non-executive chair.


Strong demand leads PRS REIT to close share placing early


PRS REIT has brought forward the closing date of its £250m fund raising following strong levels of demand from investors.

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RLP seals first two deals totalling £16.5m


Schroder Real Estate Investment Management and Palmer Capital have acquired two redevelopment opportunities for their Residential Land Partnership (RLP) joint venture.

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Milton Keynes Development Partnership reveals preferred developers for 30-acre scheme


Milton Keynes Development Partnership (MKDP) has appointed Crest Nicholson and a joint venture between Urban Splash and Places for People as preferred developers for Campbell Park Northside, a 30-acre site in Miton Keynes.

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Strawberry Star joins International Stock Exchange & secures £260m mixed-use scheme


London residential developer Strawberry Star has secured a listing on the International Stock Exchange with plans to raise £180m in equity, after exchanging contracts on the acquisition of a £260m mixed-use scheme in Luton.

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Capco sells Empress State Building to mayor of London's office


Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime to buy £240m Empress State Building in Earl’s Court from Capco.

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Lendlease & Evans get green light for York’s first BTR scheme


Lendlease and Evans Property Group have been granted planning permission to begin work on the first-ever build-to-rent development in York.

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Fusion Students expands its reach into co-living market


The student accommodation specialist will deliver its first 850-bed mixed-use scheme in Sheffield.

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Birmingham City Council fires starting gun on St Joseph's Snow Hill Wharf development


St Joseph has been given the green light from Birmingham City Council to develop a luxury waterside apartment complex in the city’s historic Gun Quarter.

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Knight Frank bolsters resi development team with six new hires


Knight Frank has expanded its regional residential development business with six new hires across its new homes, land and planning remits.

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