Latest Residential & Development News
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced a partnership with developer L&Q to invest £500m in a residential-led regeneration in east London.
Invesco Real Estate has partnered with Patten Properties and Panacea Property Development to deliver 383 build-to-rent (BTR) units in Liverpool City Centre.
The PRS REIT has successfully raised £250m following the early close of its share placing on Monday.
Scottish housebuilder Springfield Properties has posted its maiden interim results showing a 10.5% rise in revenue, and a 19.6% leap in adjusted pre-tax profit.
Grainger has appointed Mike Keaveney as director of land and development.
Moda has hired Sarah Quinn as its new head of residential operations to oversee the running of the group’s build-to-rent portfolio.
The Strategic Land Group (SLG) is to sell a 33-acre greenfield site in Stoke-on-Trent, after securing outline planning consent for 350 new homes.
Student accommodation specialist iQ has appointed former Coca-Cola Great Britain and Ireland president Penny Hughes as non-executive chair.
PRS REIT has brought forward the closing date of its £250m fund raising following strong levels of demand from investors.
Schroder Real Estate Investment Management and Palmer Capital have acquired two redevelopment opportunities for their Residential Land Partnership (RLP) joint venture.
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.
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.
Despite the lack of housing being categorised as a national emergency, the pace of development on many sites is frustratingly slow.
The value of urban brownfield land grew by 9% in 2017, driven by mounting demand for land in the UK’s major cities, reveals Knight Frank’s new Residential Development Land Index.