Virtual viewings are becoming the default property marketing tool as the Coronavirus lockdown continues.
Major property developers are closing down construction sites, despite Government advice that housebuilding can continue through the Covid-19 lockdown.
Over half of the 412 private residential units at Galliard’s The Stage scheme in Shoreditch have now been forward sold.
Nine new residential developments are changing the face of Europe’s busiest shopping street; Oxford Street “will become one of Prime Central London’s most sought-after residential addresses” over the next five years, claim estate agency Aston Chase & developer Galliard.
90% of the 64 apartments near Borough market have been sold, report JV developers Galliard and Acorn.
12-acre canal-side regeneration project designed by Claridge Architects gets the thumbs-up from planners.
Property developer is planning to acquire three more plots in the former Post Office sorting complex in Nine Elms, with a view to creating a five-acre premium residential scheme.
Brandon Yard is “the final jigsaw piece” in the regeneration of Bristol’s harbour, delivering 58 waterfront homes in a mix of historic and contemporary buildings
Developer manages to sell over 40% of available apartments, pitching that Soho and Oxford Street will shortly become “one of Prime Central London’s most sought after residential addresses”
IN PICTURES: Housebuilder has exchanged contracts with TfL on the half-acre “TCRW” site, which promises to deliver 92 luxury apartments and penthouses fronting onto Oxford Street
Joint venture partners Galliard Homes and Apsley House Capital plan to create a new neighbourhood called St Paul’s Quarter
Southwark Council has given the green light to Galliard & Acorn’s mixed-use Newhams Yard development in Bermondsey