What a week it turned out to be. On Monday we heard that British Land had signed a jv with the Canadian-based Oxford Properties to build a huge city skyscraper – dubbed the Cheesegrater in many circles – and that Westfield was considering a part sale of it’s shopping behemoth Read More
The government may have announced its comprehensive spending review (CSR) – without too many surprises – but it will take some time for it’s full impact to be felt in property circles. The government may be looking long and hard at it’s own occupational property needs but it represents only Read More
The news that Resolution and partner JER are to sell the London Gate office site in Hayes west London has surprised some market observers but it may prove a shrewd move. Demand from office occupiers in the western corridor has picked up in recent weeks and while this is yet Read More
The property market is waiting with bated breath on the forthcoming government spending review. The leaks from various departments and quangos have put a question mark over whether the government is going to tear up occupational leases on some of it’s estate. Philip Green, the government czar charged with looking Read More
Following on from BAM Properties’s decision to make a speculative start on an office building in Chiswick, Rockspring Property Investment Managers is also about to take the plunge. In Uxbridge, it is planning an 80,000 sq ft office scheme with construction due to start next March with completion in 2014. Read More
Global IT giant Microsoft has capped a deal which illustrates who has the whip hand in the Thames Valley office market.
Television Versioning & Translation has taken office space in IVGs The Building in Chiswick.