Government Covid-19 advice has impact on Persimmon, Barratt, Redrow and more
The National Federation of Builders (NFB) has called for a consistent message from the government about safe on-site working practices.
View is from senior civil servant but letting agents say they need to keep their businesses open to organise emergency repairs to properties and look after elderly and vulnerable tenants.
Tie-up would have created company with 14,000 staff and 1,000 estate agency outlets
Retail giants Primark and B&Q owner Kingfisher today attempted to reassure the City they are in a strong financial position despite being forced to shut stores due to the coronavirus.
Embattled shopping centres owner Intu on Friday lined up the first three properties it will try to sell as it seeks to pay down its £4.5 billion debt mountain.
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Shares in all the UK's leading property companies were battered during the closing hours of trading on Friday with the pain continuing on Monday as a second death related to the virus was confirmed.
intu, the owner of the Merry Hill shopping centre, has signed a new £440m credit facility.
Intu, which owns some of the UK's biggest shopping centres, has approached its shareholders to ask for more money amid a downturn in the retail sector.
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Investors in one of the UK's biggest commercial property funds - worth £2.5bn - have been temporarily prevented from taking out their money.
Countrywide, the UK’s largest property group, has sold commercial real estate consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) to John Bengt Moeller for £38 million.
UK insurer to work with 14 housing associations in attempt to ease property crisis
High Street landlords today faced heavy losses as Mothercare prepared to shut its remaining UK stores just months after a painful restructuring.
“This financing package enables the company to accelerate the path to profitability,” Marcelo Claure, WeWork’s new executive chairman, said in a statement.
The government is facing calls to overhaul its High Street policies after estimates were made of 85,000 retail sector job losses on a year ago.
Marriott International on Friday swooped to buy a luxury Caribbean hotels firm backed by entrepreneur Luke Johnson in a £101 million deal.
Candy’s investment vehicle may buy all of £2.3bn owner of Earl’s Court and Covent Garden sites
Troubled office rental company to lay off 13% of its workforce to try to staunch massive losses – and few believe the cuts will stop there
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