Office developer Derwent London has proposed a 75p special dividend for shareholders as a result of property sales and better than expected growth in the value of its buildings.
Pub tenants may have been thrown a lifeline in their attempt to break free from the centuries-old beer tie after a major pub owner withdrew a High Court challenge.
NFU Mutual has sold a property on London’s Old Bond Street for £141m, having bought the building for £9m in the mid-1990s.
The vision for a £160m world-class, mixed-use and PRS development on Wellington Street in Leeds City Centre has been unveiled by The Parklane Group.
Brexit worries and stamp duty changes dragging down sales in the capital, estate agent says
Despite rent cuts, UK social housing providers have turned in a surplus of £3.5bn. So who is paying the real price?
Goldman Sachs is considering a sale and leaseback deal for its new London headquarters, in a sign that the capital’s commercial property market is in rude health.
Some lenders give borrowers six months to take up offers, so start looking early even if you need a deal later in the year
A number of bays at a South Yorkshire warehouse have been brought to the market.
GVA has been instructed to bring to market Bays 1-3 at Dearne Mills, a seven-bay warehouse facility in Barnsley.
Wealth management group Rathbone Brothers is nearing a deal to offload its former 1 Curzon Street office in Mayfair which has sat empty for a year, the Evening Standard can reveal.
The building where the Hillsborough Inquiry took place has been sold for £10.5m.
Renaissance House in Warrington has been sold by Greenridge Investment Management on behalf of one of its regional funds, Greenridge UK Regional Property No1. The deal reflects a net initial yield of more than 5.69%.
A multi-million-pound plan to save one of Birmingham’s landmark buildings by converting it into a new boutique hotel are set to receive the go ahead.
The UK’s biggest experiment in self-build is in progress as almost 2,000 buyers see their grand designs become reality
Rents double in a decade and could eclipse entire sum paid for mortgages by homeowners
Changes to England's planning policy could finally come into effect this summer, more than a year after initial legislation was published, as housebuilders pin difficulties getting more homes built on the complicated system.
The UK's total rent bill has doubled in the last 10 years with prices growing the fastest in London, the Midlands and South West.
At least one million homes could be built on brownfield land, with more than two-thirds of them deliverable within five years.
Britain’s biggest housebuilder could make construction blocks domestically as Brexit looms
Capital & Counties scrubbed £131 million off the value of its Earls Court development on Wednesday as it paid the price for a still-sluggish London property market.
A way of buying flats or houses introduced 14 years ago - known as commonhold - has failed to take off, according to the Law Commission.
That is despite the fact that it could provide a much better alternative for those who have leasehold agreements.
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