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More than 90% of MPs think that converting empty spaces above shops could help reverse the current housing shortage, research by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has revealed.
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Four parties are in the running to buy LetterOne’s £850m Regent student accommodation portfolio, Property Week understands.
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Development of new offices in central London has declined, according to the latest London Office Crane Survey by Deloitte Real Estate.
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More than half the £5.9bn of London office assets that were on the market in May have failed to sell six months later, according to analysis by Great Portland Estates.
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The number of developers submitting plans for residential development crashed by 31% in the third quarter, year-on-year, EG’s first UK Planning Update shows, as the government gears up to announce ambitious housing targets in the 2017 Budget.
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Central London office occupiers are vacating space at a record rate, according to analysis by Seaforth Land that suggests the cost of Brexit on the market has run to 6.2m sq ft so far.
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Hotel investment volumes in the United Kingdom have seen a 28% increase over the year to date, according to JLL.
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Investment in UK student accommodation is set to top last year’s levels despite a fall in university applications, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s latest forecast.
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New guidelines from China’s government placing overseas real estate investment on a “restriction list” are expected to further impede Chinese investment in the UK property market.
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Dalian Wanda has pulled out of a deal to buy the £470m Nine Elms Square development site in the wake of intense scrutiny from the Chinese government of its overseas investment activity.
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A private Hong Kong investor has acquired 70 Gracechurch Street in the City of London for £285m.
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University towns can suffer from what the tabloids call “studentification”, which irks locals. But, in fact, a student population boosts the local economy, especially the private rented sector, writes Lawrence Higgins
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One of the benefits for developers of converting office buildings under permitted development rights (PDR) is that they are not subject to the same space standards that apply to new-build schemes.
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Prices in the prime central London land market may have finally bottomed out, according to new research from Knight Frank.
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More than 80% of lenders intend to increase their property loan books this year, the latest research from Savills reveals.
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I read LSL Property Services’ findings on PRS tenants with optimism – it’s clear the Build-to-Rent (BTR) sector’s ambition to put customer satisfaction at the heart of its modus operandi is pushing at an open door so far as tenants are concerned.
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The IPF consensus forecasts for rental growth and capital value growth this year have improved - but forecasts for total returns next year and the year after have weakened.
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Last year saw the globalisation of the rapidly maturing proptech sector.
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London remains the most sought after destination for retailers wanting to expand their operations, according to research by CBRE.
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Take-up in central London offices was up 92% month-on-month in February 2017 to 1m sq ft
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