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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 
Strong first half for Telford Homes
Telford Homes has seen profit before tax rise to £9.4m in the six months to 30 September 2014, up from £7.7m in the same period last year.
Hong Kong investor buys Oxford Street block for sub-3% yield
Hong Kong investor Emperor International Holdings has bought a prime retail investment on Oxford Street for £35m at a sub-3% yield.
Chinese insurer swoops on Milton Gate
Chinese insurance company Taikang Life and Gaw Capital Partners have placed under offer Milton Gate in the City of London for around £200m, Property Week can reveal.
Caddick makes City One buy
Caddick Developments has confirmed the acquisition of a development site in Leeds which it plans to build a mixed-use scheme.
Residential investor buys Battersea Homebase store for £200m scheme
Homebase has exchanged contracts to sell its store in Battersea to Marc Pennick’s Fifth Capital London for a £200m residential scheme.
Residential investor buys Battersea Homebase store for £200m scheme
Homebase has exchanged contracts to sell its store in Battersea to Marc Pennick’s Fifth Capital London for a £200m residential scheme.
Galliard & Cain Hoy create London’s biggest housebuilder
Galliard Homes has joined forces with investment group Cain Hoy Enterprises to invest up to £225m in new residential projects over the next three years.
Omni Capital backs Croydon residential scheme
Christian Candy’s specialist real estate finance firm Omni Capital has backed a new residential scheme in Croydon.
Battersea residential scheme wins consent
Thee redevelopment of Ransomes Wharf in Battersea, south west London, into a residential-led scheme has been granted planning permission.
Urban & Civic makes major Manchester foray
Regeneration specialists Nigel Hugill and Robin Butler are close to buying two major development sites in Manchester city centre.
BPF backs call for retirement housing allocations
The British Property Federation (BPF) has thrown its lot in with MPs calling for special consideration to be given to older people’s housing in councils’ local plans.
Soho mixed-use site put up for sale for £67.5m
TIAA Henderson Real Estate is selling a collection of five prime office and mixed-use buildings in London’s Soho.
Thorny question of housing in Cambridgeshire
Why two Cambridgeshire councils are taking different approaches to housebuilding.
Q&A: St William Homes JV
National Grid and residential developer The Berkeley Group this month launched a joint-venture partnership to develop up to 14,000 homes in London and the South East.
Mill Group set to test investor appetite for a residential REIT
The UK’s first residential REIT has also taken the unusual step of using crowdfunding to raise capital
BlackRock acquires major student digs site in Plymouth
BlackRock has acquired a major student accommodation site adjacent to the University of Plymouth, thought to be worth £30m upon completion.
Malins Group takes Covent Garden office
The Malins Group has acquired a former office building in the heart of Covent Garden to convert into a £15m luxury residential development.
An apartment-led, ever-changing city: new CBRE rankings show London residential today
Last night, the cream of London’s residential property market were due to pack into Soho’s Archer Street Bar for the launch of the annual CBRE Hot 100, where we benchmark the most important trends in the sector right now.
Overseas investors are adding spice to the UK’s residential market
The availability of finance has been regularly cited by the UK residential community as a key factor in the sub-optimal levels of housebuilding since 2008.
Grainger post 20% NAV jump in full-year results
Grainger, the UK’s largest listed residential property owner and manager, has reported a 20% jump in net asset value in its full year results.
WPA: Office-to-residential conversions could ‘irreparably’ damage Westminster
Office-to-residential conversions could ::8220::irreparably::8221:: damage the office market in the heart of central London, the chairman of the Westminster Property Association will warn today.
Capco plans private rented homes at Earls Court
Developer Capco is considering including a PRS scheme in its vast housing-led project in Earls Court, west London.
Notting Hill Housing launches PRS brand
London housing association Notting Hill Housing has today launched a new dedicated brand for its private rent division.