By Jack Cowell2010-07-13T11:38:00+01:00
Bulk of schemes are likely to be in London and South East where values are high enough to justify the switch.
Over the past decade, the residential market has changed beyond recognition, which has meant more opportunities for financiers.
Survey reveals positive outlook tempered by concerns about perceived lack of input from local communities
Viventi aims to invest £100m in BTR, while Henley has made a key hire to spearhead its move into the sector
Galliford Try Partnerships has signed a development agreement with Ealing Council to create a £275m mixed-use scheme in the west London borough.