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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 
Far East Consortium submits plans for £500m Isle of Dogs towers
Hong Kong developer the Far East Consortium has submitted plans for a £500m residential-led mixed-use scheme on the Isle of Dogs.
Far East Consortium submits plans for £500m Isle of Dogs towers
Hong Kong developer the Far East Consortium has submitted plans for a £500m residential-led mixed-use scheme on the Isle of Dogs.
British Land submits Blossom Street plans
British Land has submitted a planning application for the redevelopment of its two acre site at Blossom Street in Spitalfields.
Liverpool City Council transfers more land to Sigma in Norris Green redevelopment
Liverpool City Council has agreed to transfer 2.95 acres of land to Sigma, the residential and urban regeneration specialist, in the next phase of the redevelopment of Norris Green Village.
Garden Bridge gets mayoral approval
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has approved a new Garden Bridge over the River Thames.
New Year boon for Helical Bar as £300m Barts Square starts
On 5 January 2015 at 8am, the first spade will hit the ground at Helical Bar’s Barts Square scheme in the City of London.
Apollo lands RBS portfolio in huge PRS deal
The Royal Bank of Scotland has sold a £210m residential portfolio to a US private equity firm in one of the UK’s largest ever PRS investment transactions.
Venn backs Perfume Factory PRS
Private-rented sector developer Essential Living has agreed a £20m debt facility with Venn Partners to fund the development of between 480 and 550 rental homes in west London.
Cannon Estates sells City office building for £24m
Cannon Estates has completed the sale of its holding at 40-42 Cannon Street in the City of London to LaSalle Investment Management.
Residential lenders eye greater risk as market stabilises
Residential lenders eye greater risk as market stabilises
Trafalgar New Homes claims problems behind it after profit fall
Pretax profit at Trafalgar New Homes has falled in the first half due to increased costs of completing Oakhurst Park Gardens development in Kent
Wrenbridge Land buys in Oxford for student housing scheme
Wrenbridge Land has bought a site in Oxford for a £20m top-end student housing scheme.
Asian duo under offer on £100m City fringe campus
Chinese insurer Ping An and Gaw Capital Partners are under offer on an American business school’s £100m campus in Aldgate.
Nine Elms residential site approved
Taylor Wimpey and Addition Land have received planning permission for a mixed-used development at the gateway of the Nine Elms regeneration area.
Qatar and Canary Wharf defend Shell Centre redevelopment
Canary Wharf Group joined forces with its Qatari predators today as the groups began fighting off a legal challenge of their government backed-plans for the Shell Centre in Waterloo.
Westminster unveils office-to-resi crackdown
Westminster City Council today announced plans for a clampdown on office-to-residential conversions in central London.
Government fast-tracks scheme for first-time buyers
More than a dozen of the country’s leading housebuilders have signed up to a new government scheme aimed at boosting the supply of homes for first-time buyers.
Joint venture to redevelop Balfron Tower
A joint venture has been created to regenerate the 1960s brutalist Balfron Tower, in Poplar, east London.
Will Cargiant kick QPR’s Old Oak Common plan out of play?
Queens Park Rangers’ stadium-led regeneration plan has come under renewed threat from used-car dealership.
Edinburgh gears up for Scotland’s first PRS project
The first major private-rented sector (PRS) project in Scotland is set to come forward on a stalled site in the centre of Edinburgh.
Osborne-Young joins Savills residential
Richard Osborne-Young has been appointed to the Savills prime London residential development team, and will focus on the top end of the market.
Student housing is not in bubble territory, say experts
The student housing market is not in bubble territory despite a boom in transactions, experts at the Property Week Student Housing Conference insisted.
Government pilot scheme to commission its own homes 'shows innovation'
Forget the Autumn Statement, perhaps the most innovative government policy announcement in terms of housing supply came last week from the National Infrastructure Plan.