Scottish Widows Investment Partnership, on behalf of the Scottish Widows Unit Fund (SWUF) has completed almost £50m of transactions in central London it announced today.
Total investment into the central London property market rose 9% to £2.91bn in the first quarter of 2013, research by BNP Paribas has shown.
KPMG has appointed Derwent Students to operate four Opal student accommodation properties in Nottingham, Sheffield, Liverpool and Wrexham.
Hackett is in talks to relocate to the Ferrari store on Regent Street.
PODCAST: Trinity Leeds registered the highest average spend of the Land Securities regional UK portfolio in its first month of opening.
Stanhope has today revealed detailed plans to redevelop Television Centre in London’s White City::160::into a mixed use development including offices, residential, a hotel and space for the BBC to occupy.::160::
The head of real estate at Google has revealed that the firm's new £1bn HQ at King's Cross, N1 will "look to challenge" traditional office concepts.
Pullen case droppedTue, 23 Apr 2013 11:30:00 GMT
City of London police has dropped its case against former CBRE director, Matt Pullen.
EG takes to the skiesTue, 23 Apr 2013 11:00:00 GMT
VIDEO: The need for aerial shots charting the progress of the world’s most prolific developments from start to completion is on the rise.
Strand block sold at 4.6%Mon, 22 Apr 2013 13:15 GMT
Aviva Investors has sold the long leasehold of an office building on the Strand for a yield of 4.6%.
Countryside and Bellway are among 25 developers named by Boris Johnson to sit on a new land procurement panel designed to make it quicker and cheaper for the owners of public land in London to bring forward land for housing.
The Crown Estate has achieved three planning approvals this week, in Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire and Moray.
VIDEO: Greater London and the South East could see the next major round of chain store closures as leases expire and come up for renewal.
Savills has leapfrogged to the top of the central London agent's league table in quarter one.
Network Housing Group appoints Hill to develop 440-unit scheme. Emma Haslett reports
Greater London Authority in first joint venture with housing association
Dear Andrew Stanford, Good luck in your new job as head of the government’s Private Rented Sector Taskforce, which you started on 1 April. I hope this is not a bad omen for you!
On 4 April, chancellor George Osborne launched the government’s Help to Buy scheme at Crest Nicholson’s Denby Bank development in Ripley. Property Week spoke to Stephen Stone, Crest’s chief executive (pictured), during the visit.
Billionaire brothers David and Simon Reuben this week got the go-ahead to turn Piccadilly’s In and Out Club into Britain’s most expensive single home ever.
Housing minister Mark Prisk this week revealed the recipients of a first tranche of £1bn government funding for build-to-rent projects.
Invesco Real Estate has appointed a new director of residential investments.
There are over 600,000 unoccupied homes in the UK worth over £115bn according to research by insurer Endsleigh.
Trading Homes released a positive trading update this morning ahead of its preliminary results for the year to 31 March, which will be released on 29 May.
Persimmon has completed £1.38bn of total sale so far this year ::8211:: 11% higher than the same period last year.
Planning permission has been granted for the creation of 146 homes at a business park in Cheshire.
The former In and Out Club in Mayfair will be converted into a luxury mansion following approval by Westminster Planning Committee.
EG Resi Summit: Housing minister Mark Prisk has announced details for the first tranche of recipients for the government's £1bn build-to-rent fund
The government has announced details of the first tranche of recipients of its £1bn build-to-rent fund.
EG Resi Summit: Listen liveTue, 16 Apr 2013 11:15:00 GMT
Housing minister Mark Prisk is speaking at the Estates Gazette Residential Summit this morning.
Grosvenor posts profit uptickTue, 16 Apr 2013 09:30:00 GMT
The Duke of Westminster's property group, Grosvenor, reported a pretax profits rise from £315m to £354.4m in 2012