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

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 buys £36.7m office in the City
M&G Real Estate has bought a 61,000 sq ft office building in Aldgate for £36.7m on behalf of the M&G Property Portfolio.
Cushman & Wakefield score with Beckham
Cushman & Wakefield has poached investment agent James Beckham from JLL to lead its London Capital Markets practice.
Former Soho strip club gets green light for Hawksmoor restaurant conversion
A former illegal strip club on Soho’s Great Windmill Street is set to become a restaurant and shop after developer Soho Limited secured planning permission last night.
Housing specialist Hub appoints development manager
London housing developer Hub has appointed trained architect Damien Sharkey as development manager.
Profits up 57.1% at estate agent Foxtons
Foxtons revealed a 57.1% rise in profit before tax to £23.1m this morning, as it published its half year results.
Bridges Ventures fund makes first three investments
Bridges Property Alternatives Fund has bought its first three investments worth around £30m in separate partnerships with Hub and Evanacre.
Prisk takes on advisory role at Essential Living
Former housing minister Mark Prisk has been appointed as a strategic adviser to Essential Living.
Empiric Student Property plans £70m autumn spending spree
Empiric Student Property has revealed it is negotiating for a further £70m of student housing deals by the end of September.
The second coming: Bradman & Lipton reunite
Industry legends Godfrey Bradman and Sir Stuart Lipton, developers of the seminal Broadgate estate, are reuniting to make a significant move into the UK residential market.
Q&A: Notting Hill reacts to market forces
Notting Hill Housing, which celebrated its 50th anniversary last year, is one of many housing associations looking for a foothold in market-rent and market-sale properties to subsidise its affordable operations.
Rocket hunts for new JV partner for Crown House scheme
Tom Appleton’s Rocket Investments has relaunched its search for a JV partner for its £300m residential-led Crown House scheme on the outskirts of London’s tech hub.
Realstar set to steady rocky Newington Butts project
Canadian PRS powerhouse is close to a deal with Mace Real Estate on the 470-unit south London tower.
The Met doubles price tag of New Scotland Yard to £300m
Site was originally earmarked for sale at £150m but is expected to double in price in wake of residential boom.
Taylor Wimpey buys Stoke House for resi
Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has bought office development Stoke House near Slough for a £17m residential scheme.
Middle East loves London
Middle Eastern buyers account for half of all purchases of luxury homes in Mayfair worth more than £10m each year.
RBS Wheldon heads to CBRE
CBRE has appointed ex-RBS man Andrew Wheldon as senior director in the residential capital market team.
Listed York Council offices to become homes
Developer Rushbond has unveiled £25m plans to turn a grade II-listed office in York into homes, after plans for a hotel on the site were scrapped.
Manchester gets £47m funding for 600 homes
Almost 600 homes will be built in Manchester after the announcement that £47m of funding from the Affordable Homes Programme will be ploughed into the city.
Amazon acquires £26m Soho block
British Land has exchanged on the sale of 52 Poland Street in London’s Soho to Amazon Property for £26m, reflecting a capital value of nearly £1,300/ sq ft.
Durham University buys £200m student digs scheme
Durham University has bought a £200m student housing development on the site of a former golf course from The Banks Group. The developers sold the 95-acre former Mount Oswald Golf Course with planning permission to build accommodation for 1,000 students, as well as family homes and community facilities.
Redundant Liverpool factory to get residential makeover
A factory site in Aintree, Liverpool has been sold to Bellway Homes for a 97 home development.
Middle East buyers swoop on half of all £10m+ Mayfair homes
Middle Eastern buyers account for half of all purchases of luxury homes in Mayfair worth more than £10m each year.
Final Olympic Park homes cross the line
Lend Lease has handed over the final residential phase of the Athletes’ Village at the Olympic Park to the Olympic Delivery Authority.