Sam reports on resi, politics & policy, planning and proptech on a freelance basis, and is the former digital news editor of Property Week.
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Two 3,000-home developments are planned for the city.
Site in Kilmarnock to become an ‘enterprise and innovation hub’.
Aviva Investors has appointed Altus Group as overarching letting agents on four of its south London industrial estates, which total 1m sq ft.
Singaporean property group Centurion Corporation is set to buy its tenth student accommodation asset in the UK, acquiring the 133-bed Castle Gate Haus in Nottingham for £10.2m.
Developer HIMOR has been granted planning permission for a 212,000 sq ft industrial scheme that will form the fist phase of its Future Carrington regeneration project in Carrington, Greater Manchester.
Palmer Capital has appointed Charles Allen, who has been with the firm since 2013, to the board of directions.
Yorkshire and Humber attracted more than £800m of commercial property investment in the second quarter of 2018—the highest for any region outside of London and the home counties, according to research from proptech firm Datscha.
Occupiers are looking at how buildings can boost their appeal in an effort to attract and retain skilled workers.
The city’s East End scheme is attracting residential and industrial development but the office market still poses challenges.
Delayed £200m scheme is likely to progress with the existing development manager and a new partner.
Tourism and a wave of new homes are set to attract investment.
Market forecast to remain buoyant as Help to Buy boosts housebuilders’ confidence in land purchases.