Volumes are already overtaking the total from 2017, according to research from Savills
Delay to Crossrail has not affected submarkets such as Paddington and Farringdon
Company completes 595 homes across 14 sites, with 2,100 under construction
Resolution Property has entered the real estate debt market with the launch of a €200m debt fund
Saudi asset manager completes the £137.5m acquisition of three office and distribution properties
Firm hires Sam Mellor as it looks to expand into continental Europe
Proposed scheme will combine logistics, industrial, commercial, storage, retail and hospitality uses
Property provides 22,000 sq ft of office accommodation and 9,000 sq ft of retail space
Oaknorth Bank and Cogress agree to fund assisted living homes provider
Bond increases flexibility, lengthens debt profile and reduces costs
Tech firm In Touch Networks has agreed a 22,000 sq ft letting at Royal London Asset Management’s 3 Hardman Square in Manchester. In Touch, which operates online networks for professionals and executives, agreed a 10-year lease at the building in Spinningfields. Quoting rents were £32.50 per sq ft. The letting will leave less than 18,000 […]
The UK capital retained its status as the most attractive destination for cross-border investment
Knight Frank report argues that Manchester needs to broaden its definition of tech occupier
The consortium issued a statement after EG reported Brookfield has been working on a deal
Partnership plans to attract investors with a product that is more accessible than traditional funds
The European NPL market saw €32.5bn of distressed real estate loans closed in the third quarter
CBRE has hired a director to target a scarcity of speculative development finance outside London
Target Healthcare REIT data shows how demand is outstripping supply and investment
Development site includes the tallest planned tower in the city.
The discount supermarket chain had a previous lease on the site
Transactional activity ‘could fall’ as occupiers and investors awaited the outcome of Brexit
Manchester’s economy depends on identifying businesses that can withstand “the Brexit turmoil”
Colliers International has appointed Damian Gee as head of business space lease advisory
It is understood the co-working operator has agreed a deal to lease the building for 10 years.
The fund raised capital from investors across Europe, North America, Asia and the Middle East
Patrizia appoints CBRE and King Street Commercial to market the 95,000 sq ft office block
Planners approve 350,000 sq ft office building at the £2.4bn International Quarter London scheme
TfL and Apartments for London have joined forces to deliver affordable homes on TfL land
Driverless vehicles have the potential to free up 6,300ha of land in London for development
CBRE has appointed Chiara Zuccon from RBS to lead debt origination in its investment team
Firm increases size of real estate debt fund from £500m to £750m
The Leeds-based developer posts strong set of results as it diversifies its portfolio
Number of new households in England over the coming decade is significantly lower than anticipated
Returns on real estate investment among private family offices rebounded to 12% in 2017.
Japan’s £1tn Government Pension Investment Fund has appointed CBRE Global Investment Partners as its first global real estate investment manager.
North Yorkshire developer Newby has submitted an outline planning application to Newcastle City Council for a £250m regeneration of a derelict site overlooking the River Tyne.
Ahli United Bank and its operator Mansion Group have bought a 362-bed student accommodation block in Durham.
Tishman Speyer and PSP Investments have completed the sale of the Verde office block in Victoria, SW1, to Deka.
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