In brief

January 2007
EG: Estates Gazette;1/6/2007, Issue 701, p17
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs on the real estate industry in Great Britain. The sale of two shopping centers has been completed by developer Dunedin. Camden council's former head of planning, Brian Woodrow, has been cleared of allegations of bias against Argent's £2 billion King's Cross redevelopment. A joint venture between English Partnerships and Morley subsidiary Igloo have been shortlisted to take over a £100 million part of Advantage West Midlands' development portfolio.


Related Articles

  • REAL ESTATE.  // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;8/15/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p8 

    This section offers news briefs pertaining to the real estate industry in Utah, as of August 2011, including the record-setting sales of the recreational mountain golf community Red Ledges in July and the check worth 30,000 U.S. dollars presented by the Salt Lake Board of Realtors to The Road...

  • AWM attracts 'long list' of hungry bidders.  // EG: Estates Gazette;11/25/2006, Issue 647, p32 

    The article reports that bidders are battling for the development portfolio of Advantage West Midlands (AWM). The bidding companies include Blueprint, Saint Modwen, Langtree, Kier, Teesland and Slough Estates, in a list drawn up by King Sturge and Eversheds. AWM will be the fourth regional...

  • Editor's comment: The decision by Hammerson and Westfield to pursue a joint venture to break the impasse that threatened to cast Croydon into the retail wilderness was as sensible as it was surprising. Both deserve immense credit. Wild, Damian // EG: Estates Gazette;1/19/2013, Issue 1303, p5 

    The author comments on the decision of British property development company Hammerson PLC to pursue a joint venture with Westfield, an international retail property group. He cites the companies' commitment to overhaul the Whitgift Centre in Croydon, England, and revive the real estate business...

  • News.  // EG: Estates Gazette;10/9/2004, Issue 441, p30 

    Presents news briefs on the real estate industry in Great Britain as of October 9, 2004. Proposal of Stanhope & Schroder for the development of the Croydon Gateway; Sale of the Millennium Plaza in Cardiff, Wales; Appointment of executive Robin Knight at storeys:ssp office in London, England.

  • EXCLUSIONARY AMENITIES IN RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES. Strahilevitz, Lior Jacob // Virginia Law Review;May2006, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p437 

    The article presents the author's comment on the tendency of real estate developers to thwart fair housing laws in the U.S. One method, according to the author, is to force homeowners to sign a covenant that mandates that they pay for the amenities afforded to them. Sometimes, these developers...

  • FINDING A CURE. Osborne, Helen // EG: Estates Gazette;7/21/2007, Issue 729, p94 

    The article focuses on the opportunities posed by the sale of old hospital buildings in Great Britain to the real estate business. It emphasizes the need for landlords to look at the performance of a building relative to rent and increase their understanding of the business. It cites the factors...

  • In brief.  // EG: Estates Gazette;6/23/2007, Issue 725, p39 

    This section offers news briefs related to real estate business in Great Britain. Greg Cooke, chairman of Atisreal, has been named as head of international development. Bids for Legal & General's Walbrook Square development project in England, which was designed by Atelier Foster Nouvel, were...

  • Railtrack bidders turn attention to Sainsbury's. Cockram, Andrea // EG: Estates Gazette;3/1/2003, Issue 309, p33 

    Reports on the shift in the attention of Railtrack Developments bidders to J Sainsbury Developments as of March 2002. Value of the development portfolio; List of developers interested in the scheme; Exclusions from the property sale.

  • Brum deal breathes life back into Selly Oak.  // EG: Estates Gazette;4/27/2013, Issue 1317, p35 

    The article reports that the Harvest joint venture of Sainsbury's and Land Securities is planning to develop a 430,000-square-foot retail center on the 30-acre Battery park in Birmingha, England, with the city council paying 10 million British pounds for a 10-acre site.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics