This week in...

  • Wood Wharf, London
    News

    This week in… 2004

    2019-06-13T16:18:00Z

    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.

  • One New Change and St Paul's
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    This week in... 2004

    2019-06-06T16:47:00Z

    Land Securities submitted a planning application for the One New Change scheme opposite St Paul’s Cathedral.

  • Shopping centre
    News

    This week in... 2014

    2019-05-16T16:27:00Z

    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.

  • Clintons Cards
    News

    This week in... 2012

    2019-05-09T16:01:00Z

    Landlords were left reeling as Clintons Cards went into administration – the biggest retail collapse since Woolworths’ in 2008.

  • BBC Television Centre
    News

    This week in... 2013

    2019-04-25T16:20:00Z

    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
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    This week in... 2011

    2019-04-17T23:00:00Z

    Debenhams announced plans to open 30 new stores across the UK.

  • Shopping centre
    News

    This week in... 2007

    2019-04-11T15:48:00Z

    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.

  • Philip Green
    News

    This week in... 2009

    2019-04-04T15:58:00Z

    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
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    This week in... 2000

    2019-03-28T13:07:00Z

    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
    News

    This week in... 2004

    2019-03-14T16:09:00Z

    John Prescott, then deputy prime minister, visited Mipim for the first time.