Craigleith Property Group has negotiated the purchase of the bulk of apartments at The Loom, the latest Manchester development by Artisan Investment Group (AIG).
Working on behalf of one of its investment partners, Craigleith secured 89 of the 101 units in a deal worth around £20m. Artisan will retain the remainder.
An empty office building in York city centre is to be converted into apartments following its acquisition by a developer.
Ryedale House has lain empty for many years after it was vacated by North Yorkshire Health Authority.
Developer IM Properties has sold Arup’s Solihull offices in a deal reported to be worth £23.5m as it frees up capital to fund further developments.
It is currently on site developing 260,000 sq ft across eight buildings which are expected to be worth more than £35m.
West Midlands developers the Richardson family have bought a second asset in two months from struggling construction group Carillion.
In its own joint venture with Arlington Real Estate, they have acquired Carillion’s joint venture share in the Milburngate development in Durham. The £150m development on the city’s Riverside area is a key regeneration initiative.
A substantial piece of development land which could be used as for a school, hotel or care home has come to the market.
The abolition of stamp duty for many first-time buyers should spark a wider debate over the taxation of property, surveyors say.
New buyers purchasing a home of up to £300,000 no longer have to pay stamp duty owing to changes made in last month's Budget.
The publisher of the Daily Mail has handed its struggling US property data business Xceligent over to liquidators only two weeks after announcing a strategic review.
The chairman of housebuilder Persimmon is to resign over his role in creating one of the biggest ever executive pay schemes in a "a warning signal to pay committees".
The Mayor of London should build affordable housing in poor quality areas of the capital's Green Belt, a new report has argued. The London Chamber of Commerce and Industry mapped the ‘brownspace’ – derelict and underdeveloped land within the Metropolitan Green Belt in London – and found more than 800 acres which could be built on.
Longbridge property group, St. Modwen has exceeded 1 million sq ft of lettings in the industrial and logistics sector for 2017.
It has been aided in its goal by two recent significant deals.
The recently completed speculative warehouse scheme Orion Park in Crewe has been sold by Total Developments to Kames Capital for £4.62m.
The investment business management specialist has acquired the development, which comprises two high-quality buildings offering just over 57,000sq ft.
Rent controls mean public sector workers and those on lower pay can afford to live and work in the Austrian capital
A growing number of buy-to-let landlords are letting out their homes as short-term holiday lets, making them no longer available for long-term renting following the introduction of a raft of ‘anti-landlord’ policies.
A major gateway into Liverpool city centre is to be transformed after planners gave the go ahead for a £50m development which will pay homage to both the Beatles and the history of the local area.
Work on the three apartment blocks, called Fab One, Fab Two and Fab Three, is expected to start in July and take about two years to complete. Some 200 construction jobs will be supported during the project.
Plans for a £30m waterside residential development in Doncaster, which will create 147 homes on 5.6 hectares, have been unveiled.
Leeds-based partnership homes developer Lovell has unveiled will create the three- and four-bedroom homes at Doncaster Lakeside. A number of the new homes will overlook the 50-acre lake.
House prices in the East Midlands rose at more than three times the pace of London in the past year.
Property prices in the region rose by 7% in the year to October - the fastest in the UK, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.
Some 62 per cent of current home owners feel that moving house has become more difficult over the past 10 years - with many of them also saying the cost of the process is a deterrent to them selling up.
Boom driven by people remortgaging homes to lock- in cheap deals as proportion lent to first-time buyers falls
A 42,000 sq ft Nottingham city centre office building has been sold to one of the world’s largest real estate investors.
JLL has brokered a deal to sell the Agora building at Cumberland Place on behalf of Aviva Investors to Fidelity International, the tenant lineup of which includes OFSTED, Department for Education and RBS.
A property investment group has acquired a former hospital site in Birmingham in a deal worth almost £7m.
Knight Frank Investment Management has purchased Parklands Court in Rubery from Aviva Investors Management for £6.9 million.
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