Shaftesbury is facing fresh pressure from Hong Kong billionaire and shareholder Samuel Tak Lee.
The stores are in Bournemouth, Cardiff, Chelmsford and Chester
Cycas Hospitality has agreed a deal to manage a Courtyard by Marriott hotel at London City Airport
Clas Ohlson is to close its six UK stores following “significant losses”
The Israel-based group plans to open a 275-bedroom Leonardo hotel on the site
Cording Real Estate Group is to forward-fund a build-to-rent development in Warrington
FIH buys freehold of a 2.5-acre industrial estate to ensure security of tenure.
Deal kicks off plan to deliver more than 1,200 student beds across Cork, Dublin and Galway.
Funds will be used refinance short-term debt, with balance added to warchest
At EG’s Industrial & Logistics Summit, panellists debated the challenges facing the logistics sector
GVA has named two new regional senior directors to lead its business in Scotland.
The Sport Direct chief executive has called for an online sales tax
The UK will benefit from up to $200bn (£157bn) investment in healthcare infrastructure a report says
It will be designed by Archer Humphryes Architects and will open in spring 2020
The shopping centre landlord said the three sales were all achieved above book value.
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Shanghai-based e-sports and co-working brand has more than 1,100 locations worldwide.
DTZ Investors has sealed the £deal to buy Delancey’s Shop Stop parade at Clapham Junction station
Round Hill Capital has formed a partnership with Cortland to enter the US multifamily housing sector
“Cultural, art and design” destination is expected to comprise nearly 16,000 homes.
The retailer, owned by JD Sports, has agreed a five-year lease at the Middlewich building
LondonMetric posts .1% rise in EPRA net asset value for the six months to 30 September.
North Star Village will feature one of the UK’s largest ski and snow centres.
Cromwell Property Group is preparing to offload Silverburn House in Aberdeen for £1.25m
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Capital values for student accommodation assets in the UK have risen by 6.5% year-on-year
Take-up of private purpose-built student accommodation has leapt in the past five years
The deal means the Old Street development is now 63% let within 10 weeks of practical completion
NewRiver REIT has posted declines in net asset value per share and portfolio value.
Revaluation gains push interim pre-tax profit up
39 Steps Coffee Haus has taken over a lease from Carphone Warehouse at 130 Brompton Road, SW3.
Cain International and Sager Group’s joint venture has signed the family members’ club
Google has teamed up with NearSt on a service that lets customers search for products in local shops
Invesco will invest in Logistics Capital Partners, facilitating the development of a €1bn pipeline
The etail giant set out its plans in a panel discussion at Mapic 2018
Christophe Cuvillier says tenants need to share more information with shopping centres to succeed
GLP has launched a new fund, targeting €2bn of assets under management across continental Europe
The owners of luxury hotel firm The Grange have struck a deal to sell its four prize London assets
Report predicts “watershed year” for retail property.
Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay has replaced New York’s Upper 5th Avenue as the costliest retail street
The incoming head of the Scottish Property Federation talks to EG about the year ahead.
The photography retailer will start a seven-year lease in its new premises before Christmas
Debenhams has appointed former Costa chief Clive Bentley as property director.
£384m redevelopment proposes eight new buildings, including housing and a school.
The sale of the two parks appears to be below the price that British Land was originally seeking
Retail agency says its clients want to open over 650 new stores across the UK and Europe next year
Colliers International appointed on 580,000 sq ft scheme in Camden Lock Village, NW1.
McKay Securities has posted a 1.2% rise in EPRA net asset value for the six months to 30 September.
NAV per share was 105.7p at 30 September, climbing from 102.1p at the end of March.
Firm will close 17 restaurants as part of the plan.