1.2m private rental homes do not meet the Decent Homes Standard
Two-thirds of investments were in London developments
London mayor Sadiq Khan says Hammersmith & Fulham council should consider a CPO
Move will see Gorman become senior director, heading up the multifamily strategy
Decisions regarding the site will now be made by government
Move will also see Collins head up mortgage servicing business
Bond offering is available to retail investors to fuel the company’s development lending
The developer has bought the freehold to the unconsented site on Woolwich Road, SE7, for £45m
Founder Anthony Gahan is leaving his role as chairman to focus on the group’s long-term strategy
The BPF has published a guide examining the impact that PBSA has on mental health and wellbeing
The development is currently under construction, with completion expected in late 2021
FirstPort manages 196,000 UK resi properties
It has partnered with Homes England to develop the homes at the Claro and Deverell barracks in Ripon
Annual growth of the private rented sector also hit a 10-year low
Pension Insurance Corporation has made its first investment in Scottish social housing
282 homes will be built on site opposite Lord’s Cricket Ground.
It had an average of 1,060 monthly enquiries, with 121 lettings per month
It recorded 11 new lettings at five London assets from 1 April to 10 July
The housing minister has refused residents’ application to take control of their social housing
Scheme will be first low-carbon, modular affordable housing scheme to be built over a car park
M7 gains consent for 780,000 sq ft mixed-use residential-led development The Green.
The Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission says town halls should encourage redevelopment
The Stockport-based housing association will build more than 800 homes
Three-year loan is Sovereign’s first unsecured borrowing
Oz Real Estate and Lloyds Banking Group invest to boost senior living sector
The vehicle, called Laurus Partnership Homes, will deliver a £47m development
The partner will be responsible for the design and build of the first phase
Testing homes in the market helps meet buyers’ needs, says Places for People chief David Cowans
The UK’s largest used-car dealership owns 46 acres at Old Oak Common
Chief executive David Cowans said investors had told them they wanted to see specific scheme
Telford will effectively become the UK extension of CBRE subsidiary Trammell Crow Company
Mark Clegg will join later in the year from CBRE
The developer has acquired Morgan Stanley’s Maritime View development for an affordable BTR scheme
NRE has a prime portfolio of offices and hotels in London, Paris, Berlin and Hamburg.
Housebuilder delays sales releases in a bid to improve customer satisfaction.
It has instructed BTR Capital Partners to secure a funding partner for the 463-flat scheme
St Modwen has set its sights on city centre development and the private rented sector.
Leftfield Investments is selling its 415-home residential development at North View for £9.5m
The 90-acre site has been identified as a key growth area within the East Riding Local Plan
Prosperity Capital Partners markets 375-home build-to-rent scheme at former Boddingtons Brewery site
The joint venture company acquires 100 build-to-rent homes for £31m
CBRE appointed to find a development partner to bring forward 338-home scheme.
Offers in excess of £20m sought for 67,017 sq ft of office space
Fore Partnership has submitted plans to Southwark Council to deliver a 110,000 sq ft office at Tower Bridge Court. The plans seek to redevelop the 1990s office building next to Tower Bridge on the Thames, adding two floors to the five-storey structure. Development will include terraces, balconies and gardens. Tower Bridge Court will offer space […]
The first phase will comprise 1,000 homes for staff, 1,000 student bedrooms and 1,000 rental homes
India’s Hero Enterprise teams up with Catalyst Capital to invest in hotels in the UK and Ireland.
North Kensington Gate has planning consent for 164-home scheme
Platform_ has exchanged contracts with the John Lewis Partnership to purchase the 4.8-acre site
The developer won a competitive bidding process, beating interest from 17 other potential buyers
The 97,000 sq ft letting will be the largest Birmingham location for WeWork