CIO Mark Versey and real estate MD David Skinner on a strategy that could put it ahead of the curve
Delegates say dealing with and attracting investors is being made more difficult by political antics
Agent reports revenue of £1.76bn for 2018.
The deal will create a $475bn asset management colossus
A club of six banks will provide new five-year loan secured against Canary Wharf landmark.
Strettons is looking to beat last month’s 78% success rate at its second auction of the year.
Allsop’s forthcoming residential auction is to feature two prize London opportunities.
Andrew Brown, former head of relations at Auction House London, has joined Strettons.
Aviva and Galliard gain planning consent for major mixed-use project on Old Kent Road, SE1.
Global capital aiming to enter the real estate market could hit $2.5tn next year.
Conygar gains planning consent for the redevelopment of 40-acre site in Nottingham.
Plans submitted for £90m logistics hub on 74 acres close to junction 21 of the M1.
EG talks to David Joy, outgoing chief executive of LCR – one of the UK’s most successful developers
Real estate market will see an uptick in activity following EU exit, but then cyclical slowdown.
Edinburgh is the UK’s top destination for hotel development, according to Colliers
Rob Bould has been elected chair of the board of trustees for industry charity LandAid.
Family-owned Macdonald Hotels is in talks with KOP Properties over a sale of the business
Replacing mall’s expensive historic £750m CMBS debt would improve group’s cost of finance
Argent Related is looking to raid the board of a UK listed giant for its new managing partner
Co-chief executive and chairman Ric Lewis on how to provide strong returns later in the cycle
The regeneration specialist has appointed Craig White from Argent to be its new director of content
Former Savills chief exec Jeremy Helsby has joined the advisory board of MGT Investment Management
Frustration at delay in secretary of state deciding whether to overrule mayoral consent.
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Two of Aviva Investors’ most senior and long-serving real estate directors have left the company.
The hotel company is planning to integrate offices within some of its future Hoxton hotels
Fidelity has clinched home security firm Resideo as a tenant at its 200 Berkshire Place in Winnersh.
The multinational leisure company is under pressure to create additional value
A deal has been struck to sell one of the UK’s most recognised skyscrapers
Katherine Parker joins Arrow Capital Partners as a partner and head of investment management, Europe
Colliers International has reported a 17% rise in revenues for 2018.
China Investment Corporation and Blackstone have begun a search for a new Logicor chief executive
Johnnie Sims has been appointed to the board of Coyote Software.
Richard Evans will be responsible for leading C&W’s 30-strong team
Great Portland Estates expects to be a net seller over the next six months.
Norges Bank Investment Management has been edging up its stake in Shaftesbury
EG caught up with the leaders of the two businesses to find out about the deal and what lies ahead.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Warwickshire is selling a site that has capacity for 115 homes
Retirement homes specialist McCarthy & Stone has reported a dramatic dip in profits.
Picton has delivered a solid set of half-year results following its conversion to a REIT.
The company has confirmed its confidence in London’s future
Prudent approach prompted by political uncertainty and late stage in market cycle.
LXi REIT has deployed the remainder of the equity from its £175m equity raise last month.
Colony Capital has put up for sale a £270m portfolio at the heart of a legal dispute with Quidnet
EG sat down with Avison Young and GVA’s leaders to tackle the issues around the £200m acquisition
The db symmetry portfolio totals its 3,100 acres of land with 15m sq ft of consents in place
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A deal with the company is understood to have been rubber-stamped by GVA’s board yesterday.
The City of London is striving to put pedestrians first in its new 25-year transport plan.