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AXA IM Alts has secured €799m (£690m) in commitments at the first closing of its fifth-generation development strategy.
Modular housing start-up Etopia Homes has become the first UK developer to commit to achieving an EDGE Zero Carbon certification.
JLL has appointed Rekha Toora as senior vice-president and Marc Nelson as executive vice-president to its hotels and hospitality team.
Godwin Developments has submitted proposals for 116 built-to-rent (BTR) homes and flexible commercial space in Ely, Cambridgeshire.
Catalyst Housing and Rosebery Housing Association have announced their partnership, with Rosebery becoming a subsidiary of Catalyst.
Savills and Carter Jonas have completed the disposal of 233-236 Nestles Avenue in Hayes, West London, for £23m on behalf of Buccleuch Property.
Harworth Group has acquired a multi-let industrial estate in Widnes, Cheshire, for £12.7m.
Next has increased its expected future property losses by £100m. The retailer said in a statement to the stock exchange this morning that it does not anticipate retail sales fully recovering to pre-Covid levels, and has increased its property provision as a result.
U+I leads with a 50% leap in share price as vaccine rollout and recovery hopes boost stocks across property
Fulham scheme funding is one of the sector’s largest single-asset deals and boosts Riverstone’s acquisition plans.
Knight Frank has hired Daniel Harris to bolster its existing residential development and consultancy offering in Bristol and the wider region.