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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 
Pidgley claims housing market ‘normal’ and ‘stable’
Berkeley Group chairman Tony Pidgley claims the housing market has reverted to ::8220::normal::8221:: following the highs of 2013.
Pidgley claims housing market ‘normal’ and ‘stable’
Berkeley Group chairman Tony Pidgley claims the housing market has reverted to ::8220::normal::8221:: following the highs of 2013.
Lomond takes resi portfolio to £1.8bn
Deal-hungry property management company Lomond Capital has added to its residential portfolio with two deals in Birmingham and St Andrews, Scotland, that swells its residential portfolio to 8,700 properties worth £1.8bn.
British Land's Regent's Place fully let
British Land has signed The Guinness Partnership charitable housing association to a 10-year lease for the remaining space at the REIT’s 13-acre Regent’s Place campus.
City of London residential prices chase West End values
The City of London residential market has improved dramatically over the past few years as development and values start to give the West End a run for its money, research commissioned by Beauchamp Estates has found.
City of London residential prices chase West End values
The City of London residential market has improved dramatically over the past few years as development and values start to give the West End a run for its money, research commissioned by Beauchamp Estates has found.
Galliard buys £14m Clapham office
Galliard Homes has bought Crescent House, the former Union of Post Office Workers headquarters in Clapham, south west, London, for £14m, which it will convert into a £30m luxury apartment development.
Islington optimistic on office-to-resi exemption
Islington council has voiced its optimism that it can achieve a compromise with the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) in the north London borough’s protracted battle to halt unrestricted conversions of offices to residential in the borough.
Cordea Savills to raise second residential development fund
Cordea Savills is set to embark on a round of fundraising for its second residential development fund, which will aim to build £500m of new housing on London’s commuter belt.
City & Country swoop on Home Office's Jacobean mansion
City & Country, one of the UK’s leading heritage property developers has unconditionally exchanged on the Bramshill Police College, in Hampshire, from the Home Office.
NAMA picks preferred bidder for £168m Orange portfolio
Ireland’s National Asset Management Agency has named Irish Residential Properties REIT, the Irish multi-residential property investment company, preferred bidder for the ::8220::Orange portfolio::8221:: for around €211.3m (£167.8m).
Criterion appointment marks ‘strategic push’ into PRS
Criterion Capital has appointed Iain Murray to head up its private rented sector management business with a 5,000 unit development pipeline.
Q&A: Moorfield pushes into the PRS
Earlier this month, Moorfield Group announced that it had bought the former Her Majesty’s Customs & Excise building at Queen’s Dock, Liverpool, for a private-rented sector (PRS) scheme.
UK buyers will sustain London market in run-up to election
This autumn will be an intensely busy period for the London residential property world.
Danescroft takes Bow sites for £13m
Danescroft Land, backed by the Palmer Land Opportunity Trust, has bought two adjoining sites for £13m in Bromley-by-Bow, east London, for a major residential-led redevelopment.
Stanhope and Schroders appoint Ruskin Square partner
Stanhope and Schroders have formed a joint venture with Places for People to build and manage the first phase of housing at Ruskin Square in East Croydon.
Unite plans £250m acquisition spree before 2018
Unite Group, the student real estate group, is set to invest £250m acquiring new development sites in the next year in order to secure its building programme up to 2018,::160::Property Week::160::can reveal.
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.
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.