Canary Wharf Group and Ballymore formed a JV in a bid to secure the 5m sq ft development site at Wood Wharf, east of Canary Wharf’s estate, as part of a partnership with British Waterways.
Land Securities submitted a planning application for the One New Change scheme opposite St Paul’s Cathedral.
Property Week reported that investor demand for UK shopping centre assets had hit a six-year high in 2013 as transactional volumes reached £4.25bn, according to research from IPD and Colliers International.
Landlords were left reeling as Clintons Cards went into administration – the biggest retail collapse since Woolworths’ in 2008.
Stanhope revealed detailed plans for the redevelopment of Television Centre in London’s White City into offices, homes, a hotel and space for the BBC.
Debenhams announced plans to open 30 new stores across the UK.
French property group Unibail said it was eyeing Dutch company Rodamco in a deal predicted to create Europe’s biggest property company with a €22bn (£14.9bn) portfolio.
Some of the UK’s biggest retail landlords agreed a plan to cut their costs by 20% and pass the savings on to retailers, in a move to unburden the then beleaguered high streets from property costs.
Waterstones ditched plans to open a 40,000 sq ft flagship store on Oxford Street amid fears the rise of ecommerce was going to hit the high street book trade.
John Prescott, then deputy prime minister, visited Mipim for the first time.
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