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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 
Boris picks developers for GLA sites
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has selected preferred bidder for two sites which are earmarked for more than 1,200 new homes.
Grosvenor seals £201m fund refinancing
Grosvenor Fund Management has clinched a £201m loan to refinance its Grosvenor London Office Fund, which owns prime offices in the capital.
Galliford Try chief exec to retire
Greg Fitzgerald, chief executive of Galliford Try, has decided to retire from the £1.8bn turnover housebuilding and construction group by the end of next year.
Schroder REIT exchanges on £15.4m office sale
Schroder REIT has exchanged on the sale of the 74,000 sq ft Olympic Office Centre in Wembley with Network Stadium Housing Association, one of the tenants, for £15.4m.
Schroder REIT exchanges on £15.4m office sale
Schroder REIT has exchanged on the sale of the 74,000 sq ft Olympic Office Centre in Wembley with Network Stadium Housing Association, one of the tenants, for £15.4m.
Westrock poaches DCLG man
Westrock, the property investment and development company, has recruited Dominic Martin to help with its move into the private rented sector.
Galliard plans Edwardian conversion in Clapham
Galliard Homes is seeking planning permission for 90 loft-style apartments in a converted Edwardian printworks on Clapham Road, south-west London.
Galliard plans Edwardian conversion in Clapham
Galliard Homes is seeking planning permission for 90 loft-style apartments in a converted Edwardian printworks on Clapham Road, south-west London.
Cain Hoy backs £400m Islington Square
US private equity firm Cain Hoy has backed its first investment in London with a £400m development deal in Islington.
Lend Lease seeks approval for Elephant homes
Lend Lease has applied to Southwark council for permission to build nearly 593 homes and 43,000 sq ft of retail space at Elephant Park ::8211:: the latest step in its £1.5bn regeneration of Elephant & Castle, south east London.
TfL unveils plans for London Underground historic HQ
Transport for London has unveiled plans to turn London Underground’s historic Westminster home into a mix of affordable, social and private housing and adjoining shops.
Pocket hires two for land acquisition
Two new land buyers are joining Pocket, the private housing developer that targets middle-income Londoners.
Plans submitted for luxury residential at St John's Wood Barracks
The Malaysian group behind plans to redevelop the St John’s Wood Barracks, London, has submitted an application to turn the site into a £1.5bn luxury residential scheme.
GPE sells £207.2m of Rathbone Square homes
Great Portland Estates (GPE) has exchanged on the sale of 125 apartments at its Rathbone Square development in London’s West End for a total of £207.2m, the company has announced in a residential update.
City view: Rail schemes will shape the development of London
London largely developed in an era of laissez faire, when the government’s role was seen as preventing evils rather than regulating or stimulating business activity.
Thackeray Estates outlines £300m strategy for new London ::8220::villages::8221::
The firm has already accrued £100m of assets across London, writes Hannah Brenton
Property Week TV at the Mill Group residential investment survey
At this year’s Mill Group residential investment survey, Nick Johnstone gathers opinion on the burgeoning private rental sector.
Government rejects calls for a PRS ‘use class’
Minister says enough is being done for private rented sector, as survey highlights lack of opportunities, writes Nick Johnstone
Hong Kong developer unveils plans for £500m Docklands scheme
Hong Kong developer Far East Consortium International is seeking consent for an ambitious £500m scheme in the Isle of Dogs.
RESI: Criterion Capital launches 10,000-home US-style PRS brand
Criterion Capital has launched a new US-style rented homes brand, with plans to develop up to 10,000 units in the next six years.
RESI: Young homeowners spend four times more on housing than pensioners
Under 35s in England and Wales pay more than four times as much on housing than pensioners, according to new research from Savills today, published at RESI, the annual housing conference run by Property Week
Knight Frank and Douglas Elliman join forces to target luxury market
Knight Frank Residential has forged an alliance with New York-based residential agency Douglas Elliman to target luxury homes and create a network of 400 offices across 52 countries.
RESI: Housing minister calls on sector to encourage investment into PRS
Housing minister Brandon Lewis has refused to rule out development on the green belt and highlighted the importance of foreign buyers in the residential sector in a speech to the RESI conference today.