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August 06, 2014 - Marstons in 1914 ...(+) Read More...

What was Marstons doing 100 years ago ?

June 20, 2014 - Old signs , new shop ...(+) Read More...

Whilst refurbishing the shop premises we found a series of three shop signs illustrating perfectly the changing styles of the 20th century

June 03, 2014 - Marston Properties meets the Mayors rental standards ...(+) Read More...

London's Mayor , Boris Johnson launched the London Rental Standard on the 28th May 2014

Residential, Commercial and Property Development News 
M&G completes on Spitalfields landmark
M&G Real Estate has completed the £55m acquisition of The London Fruit & Wool Exchange building in Spitalfields from Exemplar.
CERN swoops on £90m City office for second London deal
The company behind the Large Hadron Collider is nearing a deal to buy Rockspring’s Monument Place in the City of London for around £90m ::8211:: it’s second deal in London.
Argent and Related confirmed as Brent Cross developers
Argent and Related Companies have been formally selected to deliver a 192-acre site at Brent Cross South in partnership with Barnet Council.
Argent and Related confirmed as Brent Cross developers
Argent and Related Companies have been formally selected to deliver a 192-acre site at Brent Cross South in partnership with Barnet Council.
Conservatives promise office-to-resi extension
The Conservative Party has promised to extend office-to-residential conversion rights until 2020 if it remains in power after May’s general election.
Record low yields for London residential property lock institutions out of market
Yield compression, foreign investment and a lack of supply have led to institutional investors being priced out of the London residential market, a new report has revealed.
Taylor Wimpey profits jump 53%
Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has posted a 53% jump in annual pre-tax profits to £468.8m, with revenue rising 17% to £2.7bn.
Cordea Savills teams up with residential developer for second time
Cordea Savills has announced a second partnership with central London residential developer Unbranded.
LetterOne swoops on more student housing
Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman has swooped on a further £140m of student housing assets in the UK.
Olympic Park residential partners unveiled
Places for People and Balfour Beatty have won a contract to develop two new residential neighbourhoods in the Olympic Park, as tipped by Property Week.
Tories pledge 200,000 starter homes
David Cameron is to set out plans to double to 200,000 the number of discounted homes for first-time buyers that would be built under a Conservative government over the next parliament.
Revealed: Hackney's rival Bishopsgate Goodsyard plan
Hackney council’s rival commercial-led scheme on the Bishopsgate Goodsyard site in Shoreditch comprises a ::8220::tech cluster::8221:: as well as 961 homes, Property Week can reveal.
Storms gather over London residential
Protesters argue that foreign investors are forcing the locals out of London. Developers counter that without overseas money no housing would be built.
GLA’s £260m housing plan
London mayor Boris Johnson last week revealed the first nine designated housing zones intended to help tackle the housing shortage in the capital.
Time for change: developer brings Bristol's Redcliffe Village site back to life
For 15 years, Redcliffe Village, in Bristol, has been a name used for marketing purposes only.
Ritchie seals landmark debt deal and launches £650m fund
Bruce Ritchie’s Residential Land has secured one of the largest refinancing deals ever in the UK private rented sector and embarked on a fresh £650m push into prime central London.
Indian real estate giant to sell part-stake in four schemes
India’s largest real estate company DLF is looking to divest a 50% stake in four new housing projects for £311m, as a slowdown in sales hits the company’s bottom line.
High Court dismisses Shell Centre challenge
A judge has rejected a legal challenge to Eric Pickles’ decision to approve the controversial £1.2bn redevelopment of the Shell Centre.
Time called on £500m Crystal Palace plan
Bromley council has called time on developer ZhongRong’s plans for a £500m redevelopment of Crystal Palace after the final deadline for the Chinese firm to recommit to the scheme passed last week.
Resi conversions in Victoria are set to gather pace
Some 1.5m sq ft of commercial space around London Victoria will be converted to residential use over the next three years, according to a new report.
City of London Corporation to sell £17.5m redevelopment opportunity
The City of London Corporation is selling a rare residential development opportunity in the Square Mile, near the Barbican and Smithfield Market.
L&G confirms first PRS deal
Legal & General has made its first investment in the UK private rented sector with the purchase of a £25m regeneration site in Walthamstow, north London, as tipped by Property Week.
Barratt reveals whopping 75% profit leap in first half
Housebuilder Barratt Developments posted a 75% leap in pretax profit £210.2m in the six months to end-December, as revenue rose to £1.58bn, from £1.26bn.