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Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay has been named the most expensive retail street in world, knocking New York’s Upper Fifth Avenue off the top spot for the first time in five years.
Hammerson has announced that designer brands Kurt Geiger, Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger will open stores at the Bullring in Birmingham before the end of the year.
Strategy sets targets for government housing funds and encourages use of modern construction methods
Developer Knight Dragon has partnered with event space operator Venue Lab to develop a 58,000 sq ft venue at its Greenwich Peninsula scheme in London.
Icon Outlet, the new 210,000 sq ft outlet mall within the iconic O2 dome in London, opens its doors to the public this weekend.
The London Borough of Newham has granted planning permission for Barratt London and East Ham Regeneration’s redevelopment of East Ham Market Hall.
Hammerson has announced that Hugo Boss will launch its first Hugo standalone store outside London at the Bullring in Birmingham.
Oakmont Homes has been given the green light to convert a former Royal Bank of Scotland office building in Hemel Hempstead town centre into 53 new homes.
Investor Round Hill has added student and residential assets to its portfolio with a 698-bed purpose-built student accommodation acquisition in the Netherlands as part of its KKR JV and teamed up with Canada’s Ivanhoe Cambridge to acquire 362 units in Germany.
Tekton Student Living has submitted plans for a new student development in Brighton.
The use of driverless cars could free up enough land in London to accommodate 180,000 new homes, according to new research.
Invesco Real Estate has appointed Victoria Stanley as a director of fund management for residential development. She specialises in the UK private rented sector (PRS) and build-to-rent (BTR) and has worked across the UK and Europe.