Planning permission has been granted for a major new residential scheme in Nottinghamshire that will see 282 homes build off Toton Lane in Stapelford.
The Solihull and M42 office market enjoyed its most successful first quarter of the year since 2013 with more than 91,000 sq ft of space transacted.
A West Bromwich warehouse has been bought for more than £1.5m by an unnamed buyer after a competitive bidding process pushed the deal value above its asking price.
Developer The High Street Group of Companies has snapped up a Birmingham site for a £106m private rented sector (PRS) apartments scheme- bringing the gross development value of its portfolio of proposed projects to more than £600m.
Acting on behalf of UK Mills, the national specialists market team at CBRE in Manchester has been appointed to dispose of the 45,000 sq ft former mill in Galgate, Lancaster for offers in excess of £2.6M.
A former NatWest Bank building in Withington has sold at auction for more than £1m.
The former Mansfield Brewery site has been sold to Wise Living in a move that will bring 75 rental homes to the town.
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A prime grade A office investment in Leeds city centre is to be marketed for sale so that the firm can concentrate on expanding of its hotel and residential portfolio.
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AMP Capital has swooped for a 49% stake in Luton Airport, the UK’s fifth-largest airport.
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The Duke of Westminster’s property company, Grosvenor Group, has blamed a slowdown in the London property market and the weakened value of the pound for a drop in its returns last year.
Interest rates might not rise next month after all, Mark Carney has said, surprising investors who were almost certain of a hike to 0.75pc.
York-headquartered housebuilder Persimmon has announced a “very strong” forward sales position with legal completions so far this at £2.76bn – up 8% on the same period last year.
Elevate Property Group, the Birmingham-based home builder, has acquired a major Solihull office development which will be converted into residential apartments.
A major office scheme in Nottingham’s business district has been put on the market with an asking price of around £16m.
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