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Countryside has signed a development agreement with Hackney Council to deliver 132 homes at the former Tower Court estate in Stamford Hill.
Step Forward Homes is one of a number of affordable housing groups to have attracted long-term investors.
The private rented sector must undergo radical reforms to make it fit for millennials who face a lifetime of renting, according to a report by Resolution Foundation.
WeWork has teamed up with two investors to buy Blackstone’s 13-building Devonshire Square estate in the City of London for around £580m.
BT Pension Scheme (BTPS) has sold a majority stake in Hermes Fund Managers to US asset mananger Federated Investors for £246m.
Fortwell Captial, the development finance lender owned by Christian Candy’s CPC Group, has been bought by the company’s management.
M1 Agency has recruited Sturt Atkinson as a partner focusing on logistics, industrial and national business space investment.
Ian Rickwood and Peter Nelson reveal their plans for Ebbsfleet and how they aim to grow their project pipeline.
Knight Frank has created a global student property platform focusing on Europe, Middle East and Africa (MENA), Asia Pacific and America.
Multi-billion pound Indian company Essel Group is in talks with the Silvertown Partnership to take over the £3.5bn development in east London’s Royal Docks.
The Collective’s decision to appoint JLL and Savills to review options for its Old Oak scheme – after the sale to Newham Council’s Red Door Ventures was thrown into doubt by the election of Newham’s new mayor Rokhsana Fiaz – raises important questions for the market.
The Collective has begun a strategic review of its options for the Old Oak scheme after doubts were cast over the sale to Red Door Ventures, Newham Council’s private build-to-rent development company.