Latest Residential News
Far East Consortium (FEC) has acquired the site of the Pinnacle’s failed Angelgate residential development in central Manchester at online auction.
U+I and Proprium Capital Partners have completed the sale of their joint venture Charlton Riverside site for £58m to a housing association.
Developer London Square has secured planning permission for a new mixed-use scheme in Neasden where it is set to deliver 121 homes and more than 23,000 sq ft of flexible commercial space.
Midlands’ housing association Longhurst has increased its housing stock to more than 22,000 properties after completing the transfer of over 400 properties from two fellow housing associations.
Housebuilder Persimmon has seen its controversial remuneration policy approved by a narrow margin at its annual AGM despite significant protests from Aberdeen Standard Investments and other leading shareholders.
The Collective has appointed former GVA director James Penfold as its new global planning director.
Clarion Housing Group has increased its total capital investment in new homes to £427m in 2018 from £196m the year before, an increase of 118% year-on-year.
Housebuilder Persimmon has revealed forward sales so far in 2018 have rised 8% on-year, while pricing conditions remained ‘firm’ across regional markets.
AXA Investment Managers – Real Assets has bought three core residential assets in Helsinki, Finland, on behalf of a German special fund focused on residential investments.
Sigma Capital has posted an 11% rise in net assets per share to 45.1p for the year to 31 December, from 40.7p at the end of the previous year.