30 July 2004
Germany’s funds have dominated the central London investment market over the last decade. But now the money has dried up for established funds, and new players are entering the market.
Investor sells in Glasgow and Northampton but buys Yorks shed
Agent seeks to reclaim from Canadian property company Jesta
The Birmingham Alliance has sold Martineau Place in Birmingham for £93m.
Shaftesbury founder Peter Levy will retire as a director of the company at the end of September, it announced today.
16 July 2004
Irish investors buy DIFA’s Thames Court at 6% yield
CB Richard Ellis director Ian Leather has quit the company to rejoin Lambert Smith Hampton.
The new era at Land Securities began today with Francis Salway and Mark Collins taking up their roles as Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer.
Irish property company Shelbourne Developments has confirmed the collapse of its deal to buy the Lloyds of London building for £240m.
21 May 2004
Hermes and Oppenheim set to pay top prices for London offices
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