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Listed property companies faced another day of uncertainty on Friday as the fallout from Prime Minister Teresa’ May’s Brexit withdrawal bill continued.
Singaporean investor Elite Partners Capital has completed a £280m deal to buy Telereal Trillium’s Hayhill Portfolio, which comprises 98 regional offices let to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), Property Week can reveal.
A South Korean consortium comprised of IGIS and Hana Financial Investment has acquired the 45-storey Trianon skyscraper in Frankfurt from NorthStar Realty Europe for €670m (£595m).
Montagu Evans has appointed Craig Wallace, a former director at JLL, as a partner in its planning and development consultancy team in Scotland.
Shaftesbury has agreed a deal with Sky Ocean Rescue and Project 0 to launch an experiential ocean waste themed pop-up in Carnaby.
Galliford Try has announced plans to partner with housing association WM Housing to convert the former Hall Green dog racing stadium into 200 new homes in Birmingham.
David and Simon Reuben have entered into a joint venture with Shiva Hotels to develop a new hotel across two separate sites they have recently acquired in Soho.
Palmer Capital and Wrenbridge have put Colworth Park, home to one of Unilever’s global research and development campuses, on the market for £66m.
Space dedicated to food & beverage (F&B) outlets has risen to 25% in several key UK high streets, with the growth predicted to continue according to Colliers International.
Cushman & Wakefield has appointed Richard Evans from JLL to head up its UK logistics and industrial team.
The joint venture between Legal & General Capital and Dutch pension fund PGGM has received the go-ahead from Southwark Council to convert 47 Tanner Street, a former warehouse which hosted BBC show Dragons’ Den, into a new office scheme.
FTSE-250 listed infrastructure and housebuilding group Kier has said it is “confident” that the company will meet its full-year expectations in a trading update for the period since 20 September.
Housebuilder share prices were rocked by on-going Brexit chaos on Thursday with Taylor Wimpey (-7.5%), Persimmon (-7.36%), Berkeley Group (-6.26%) and Barratt Developments (-1.14%) all recording losses at market close.
Aviva Investors has put Leeds city centre office building One City Square on the market for £30m.
IWG-owned co-working provider Spaces has set out ambitious plans to double its portfolio in 2019 to more than 400 offices globally.
Metro Bank is introducing sector-specific checklists for its commercial real estate lending team to make its approach to lending more consistent and reduce risk
Strettons has bought industrial agency Frankis Porter for an undisclosed sum in a bid to expand its logistics and warehousing presence.
Croydon Council has acquired the Colonnades Retail and Leisure Park in the town for £53m.
Huntingdonshire District Council has approved regeneration specialist Urban & Civic’s plans for a ‘sustainable urban extension’ of St Neots, to add 2,800 homes to the Cambridge suburb.
SDL Auctions has been appointed to auction off excess property stock for Norfolk County Council.
Shares in housebuilders fell dramatically this morning as Taylor Wimpey, Berkeley Group, Barratt Developments and Persimmon all saw loses of nearly 10% in morning trading as the UK was thrown into political turmoil over Brexit.
Catalogue includes 19th-century grade II-listed mansion in Hampstead and parade of homes in Wimbledon
HMRC has chosen Peveril Securities and Sladen Estates’ Unity Square development to house its East Midlands regional hub.
Urban Logisitics REIT has said it is rejecting fashion retail tenants in its warehouses citing recent troubles in the retail sector.
Regional investor AEW UK REIT has reported a 4% rise in NAV in half year results for the period to 30 September.
Gerald Eve has posted a 16% rise in profit off the back of a 4% rise in revenue in its latest figures filed at Companies House.
St Modwen has exchanged on the sale of Edmonton Green shopping centre in north London to Crosstree Real Estate Partners for £72m – slightly ahead of the £70.2m book value.
Great Portland Estates has unveiled plans to buy back £200m worth of shares as it continues to sell properties let on long leases.
The firm’s letting would account for most of the space at 21 St James’s Square
Sale of the 79,800 sq ft City of London building overlooking the Bank of England would reflect a yield of 3.8%