Supreme Court refuses Game appeal
The Supreme Court has rejected Game’s application to appeal the Court of Appeal’s decision in a case about whether companies entering administration should be able to continue trading while defaulting on rent payments.
Trampoline park plans UK expansion
Gravity Fitness has appointed Savills to identify new space for the Yorkshire-based trampoline park operator as part of a UK-wide expansion drive.
Realstar confirmed as £200m partner for Newington Butts PRS tower
Canadian residential investor Realstar has been confirmed as the new £200m backer of a major private rented scheme at Newington Butts in Elephant & Castle, as tipped by Property Week.
Scotland enjoys post-referendum transactions surge
Scotland has enjoyed the best quarterly performance for commercial property sales in six years, amid a post-independence referendum surge.
Banking family frontrunner to buy £700m Gherkin
A frontrunner has been chosen to buy the iconic Gherkin skyscraper in the City of London for around £700m.
Intu puts in place £600m credit facility
Intu Properties has put in place a new £600m revolving credit facility which the shopping centres group will use for general liquidity.
GPE secures new £450m credit facility
Great Portland Estates has secured a new £450m credit facility with a group of seven banks for “general corporate purposes”, replacing previous facilities of £500m.
Housebuilders take £100m Reading site
A consortium of housebuilders is poised to pay around £100m for a vast 101-acre site in Reading in a sign the dysfunctional London housing market is boosting demand for schemes in the commuter belt.
Image gallery: Lego architects of the future
Harry, aged three and a half, has been crowned winner of Property Week’s inaugural competition to find the nation’s most promising budding architect.
Shortlist for Aviva portfolio
A four-strong shortlist of private equity firms has been drawn up on Aviva Commercial Finance’s Project Titan portfolio, with prices expected to reach more than £230m.