Sky Sports reports that Nick Candy “has the funds in place to make a bid for Chelsea this week.”
Opportunity.London aims to “promote sustainable investment into real estate, regeneration and green infrastructure across London’s boroughs and communities.”
“Early signs of recovery in development activity” in Central London, says CBRE – presenting “a significant opportunity for developers to time their run onto an active market.”
British Land has formed a 50/50 joint venture with Aussie pension fund AustralianSuper (which also owns most of King’s Cross) to “accelerate” the delivery of the 53-acre Canada Water regeneration scheme in East London.
“If an agreement is not reached by the end of March, I have been clear that government will impose a solution in law,” warns the Housing Secretary, “and have taken powers to impose this solution through the Building Safety Bill.”
New guidance for property developers “will ensure the highest possible proportion of development requiring planning permission achieves net zero carbon emissions,” says Westminster Councillor Matthew Green.
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The final block at Fraser’s flagship Riverside Quarter scheme is being marketed with a show apartment designed by Muchmore Design.
Far East Consortium’s newly-approved 230-metre residential tower will be topped with a huge light-up spire, inspired by New York’s Chrysler Building.
Great Marlborough Estates’ Assael-designed development is delivering 137 apartments, penthouses and townhouses, tucked behind Chiswick High Road in one of London’s most in-demand outer enclaves.
“We cannot allow those who do not take building safety seriously to build homes in the future,” says Housing Secretary Michael Gove, “and for those not willing to play their part they must face consequences.”
Galliard has been marketing its London property developments to Hong Kong buyers for 30 years.