By Nick Johnstone2010-08-03T16:30:00+01:00
Twelve directors of the Croydon Economic Development Company have walked out today, as the regeneration body begins to wind down its operations.
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O Twelve Estates this morning confirmed it is in talks with a third party, thought to be US private equity group Westbrook Partners, to take a large stake in the company.
Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) has submitted a revised draft local plan to support the Old Oak Common masterplan.
Prologis has bought the 17-acre former Vauxhall headquarters in Luton with plans to develop a 300,000 sq ft multi-let industrial scheme with a gross development value (GDV) of £80m.
Wincanton has opened a new customer fulfilment centre – or ‘dark store’ – for Waitrose.com in Greenford, West London, making it the first supply chain partner to create a dark store for grocery home deliveries in the UK.
Thor Equities Group and Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing have sold a portfolio of big box warehouses to BentallGreenOak for £303m.
Developer Firmstone’s plans to regenerate East Street at St Catherine’s Place in Bristol have been given the green light.
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