Three development sites that will collectively deliver more than 1,100 homes across the Midlands have been sold by CBRE’s development team.
Plans have been approved for a convenience store and 47 new homes close to Beeston town centre, paving the way for a new Central England Co-operative store.
A major student accommodation scheme in Derby has been sold for £8.6m.
Roman House, a 126-bed, 99-room student housing development in Friar Gate, Derby, has been bought by Northridge Capital from Catalyst Capital.
Work has started on Onward Homes’ £3.6m affordable housing scheme on Colebrooke Road in Aigburth, Liverpool.
Housebuilder Crest Nicholson has bought the second phase of a Birmingham city centre development site for £4.34m.
Developer Waystone has been given the green light to start work on a controversial mixed-use scheme in Derbyshire.
Acting on behalf of Hovis, CBRE’s Manchester land and development team has sold a surplus brownfield site on Cale Lane, Aspull in Wigan to Taylor Wimpey for an undisclosed sum.
Picton has completed the sale of two office assets, both in separate transactions with Local Authorities.
The former Robertson’s jam factory in Manchester has been put up for sale.
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Real Estate Investors (REI), the Birmingham-based, AIM-listed real estate investment trust, has acquired the freehold of a major business park close to Junction 1 of the M42 in Worcestershire.
Evans Property Group has completed the sale of One Park Row in Leeds city centre to CCLA Investment Management for a price of £35.6m, which reflects an initial yield of 4.43%.
Leeds & Yorkshire Housing Association (LYHA) is to build 54 new homes in Barnsley after plans for the scheme were approved.
The new Stobart Group headquarters in Widnes has been sold in a deal worth £25.5m.
The site, which is still under construction, has been bought by property investment firm LXi Reit.
There is no sign of the property boom in Manchester coming to an end any time soon with another 2,000 city centre flats set to be approved.
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