A luxury property developer on Friday showed huge confidence in London, after it agreed to start construction on a £1 billion riverside project between Tate Modern and Blackfriars Bridge.
The commercial office market in Scotland is proving to be strong with the three biggest cities seeing a number of record deals.
The majority, some four fifths of property investors consider international buyer interest to be key in boosting property prices, according to new research.
An office park in Greater Manchester has been acquired in a £6m deal.
Ridgway Office Park in Denton has been acquired by Leeds-based commercial real estate company Crookshank Properties from Amerdale Investments.
Warehouse REIT, the AIM-listed specialist warehouse investor, has announced the completion of the acquisition of the Midpoint Estate, a multi-let estate of 20 high quality, individual warehouse units on 29 acres off the M6 in Middlewich, Cheshire, for £15.5m, reflecting a net initial yield of 6.6%.
Warrington Borough council has paid £45.3m for a distribution unit of 377,000 sq ft fronting on to the M6 motorway in Haydock Industrial Estate.
A retail and office complex in Birmingham city centre has been sold in a £3.3m deal.
The property market has been slow in some parts of the UK in 2019, but new research looks at where values are doing well and the best locations for buy to let.
Property Investor Kindale has acquired an office building at Temple Point Business Park, Leeds, for £1.22m.
Acting on behalf of a private client, Colliers International has sold Ruthin Castle Hotel and Spa in North Wales to a Newco buyer backed by a Yorkshire-based entrepreneur.
Custodian REIT, the Leicester property investment company, has sold a mixed-use scheme in Scotland in a £9.1m deal.
Topland Group, represented by real estate advisor Savills, has acquired The Chancery in Manchester city centre from PATRIZIA AG, the global partner for pan-European real estate investment, for £19.4m.
Wollaston Industrial Park near Wellingborough has been acquired for £7.24m by a £100m property investment fund.
One in five shopping centres bought since 2016 acquired by local authorities as towns hit by store closures
Liverpool-based hotels operator Signature Living has brought to market The Shankly and 30 James Street hotels in Liverpool city centre.
The group is accepting offers over £35m and £16m, respectively.
A West Bromwich landmark has gone on the market with an asking price of £1m.
Acting on behalf property firm Aberdeen Standard Investments, global real estate advisor Colliers International has secured the sale of the Asda foodstore site in Altrincham, Greater Manchester for £22.525m.
M7 Real Estate the pan-European investor and asset manager, has bought ten industrial and office assets for £29.9m, on behalf of a Middle Eastern sovereign wealth investor.
Barnsley industrial properties snapped up in £30m deal
Foxtons founder Jon Hunt’s property development firm on Tuesday agreed a £32 million land sale in Shoreditch to Ireland’s biggest hotels group.
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