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Georgian legacy to kick-start economy

Georgian legacy to kick-start economy

The sheer number of fine Georgian buildings in Bristol is helping to kick-start the economy by providing the ideal cost-effective base for new and growing businesses.

Everybody needs good neighbours

Everybody needs good neighbours

Worcester’s rejuvenated Diglis Basin is fast becoming the ideal place to live, work and play as home builder Taylor Wimpey Midlands welcomes a new neighbour to the waterfront location.

Pop-up shops and entrepreneurs to prosper from high street changes

Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has highlighted government proposals to scrap restrictions that put off start-up businesses from temporarily using empty high street shops that can help attract shoppers back to more family friendly town centres.

Leeds & London lands £1.3m portfolio expansion loan from Santander

Leeds & London Land, a newly-formed Bradford-based property investment company, has secured a £1.33 million loan from Santander Corporate Banking to fund the acquisition of three commercial freehold properties and a car park in Bradford city centre and a fourth commercial property in Hull.

Standard Life Investments acquires Cheshire based Tesco

Standard Life Investments, one of the largest property investors in Europe, announces its £21m acquisition of a Tesco's superstore in Congleton, Cheshire on behalf of the £300m Standard Life Investments UK Property Fund.

Property management company finds a new home at Quartermile

Property management company finds a new home at Quartermile

Specialist property management company, Edinburgh City Pads, has signed a ten year lease for a 450 sq. ft. ground floor unit at the city’s prestigious Quartermile development.

Retail property market continues to struggle

Demand for retail premises continued to stutter in the first three months of 2012. This combined with growing availability in the sector resulted in a further drop in rental expectations, says the latest RICS UK Commercial Market Survey.

Commercial landlord ‘raves’ about Loxal vacant property security

Commercial landlord ‘raves’ about Loxal vacant property security

When three new office and warehouse units were unoccupied in White City, London squatting was not seen as a major risk.

Rare opportunity to invest in the New Forest

Rare opportunity to invest in the New Forest

Colliers International has been instructed to market a unique site with planning permission for offices, housing and sports facilities in the middle of the New Forest National Park.

It’s a great time to buy a hotel or pub, but you might need a helping hand

Hotels specialists at Colliers International in Bristol have drawn up a handy road map to help steer would-be landlords and hoteliers to the country retreat of their dreams.

Buyers invited to take a gander at Gaggle of Geese

Legendary Dorset country pub the Gaggle of Geese is on the market with Colliers International’s hotels division.

Opportunity to buy superb Pembrokeshire park hotel and estate

The magnificent Slebech Park Hotel with 5-star accredited accommodation, manor house and estate in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park is on the market with Colliers International and GVA Humberts Leisure.

PMB Holdings invests £35 million into UK data centre market

PMB Holdings, the commercial real estate and leisure investment group founded by veteran property developer, Peter Beckwith, has today announced a £35 million project in Milton Keynes to build the MK DataVault.

Loxal 'locks all' vandals out of empty property

Vacant (or Void) commercial property is a headache for any property owner or manager. However, the original innovator of void property management services is coming to the rescue of the property manager faced with this challenge.

European commercial property loses ground on rest of the world

Commercial property markets in Europe struggled to keep pace with other parts of the world, as the effects of the global financial crisis continued to impact on investment and occupier markets, says the RICS Global Commercial Property Survey Q4 2011.