Three new retail outlets for Covent Garden Freemasons
Fraternal society secures new shops to attract trendy tenants to its Great Queen Street empire.
Prime office rents bounce back to pre-recession levels
Thames Valley, Manchester, Edinburgh and Cardiff surpass 2008 levels, with City and West End not far behind.
Great Portland Estates kicks off mega £1.2bn asset sale
London REIT is set to bring £400m of property to market over the next 12 months in first phase of downsizing.
Morrisons sheds £80m site
Struggling grocer sells second distribution centre as its sale-and-leaseback plan gathers pace.
Lend Lease docks in Deptford
Lend Lease is poised to buy Wharves site for £300m regeneration scheme in up-and-coming London hotspot.
Cameron Toll deal falls through
A deal to buy the Cameron Toll shopping centre in Edinburgh from Lone Star has fallen out of bed.
Tchenguiz wins SFO arrest review
Vincent Tchenguiz has been granted an order for a team of independent legal experts to review the documents revealed in the disclosure by the Serious Fraud Office.
Government u-turns on business rates change
The government has today committed a U-turn on a proposal that objectors warned would have loaded more bureaucracy into the business rates regime.
Government launches nightclub-to-resi plan
The government has launched a new planning consultation which will allow launderettes, amusement arcades, casinos and nightclubs to be turned into residential.
O’Flynn launches legal challenge against Blackstone’s €1.8bn Project Tower bid
One of Ireland’s biggest developers Michael O’Flynn has taken US private equity giant Blackstone to court today to challenge its bid to take control of his property and construction business.