TITLE

A YEAR TO FORGET

AUTHOR(S)
Meadwell, Stacey
PUB. DATE
March 2009
SOURCE
EG: Estates Gazette;3/7/2009, Issue 909, p116
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article addresses the performance of real estate businesses in London, England as of March 2009 in response to the recession. The city lost its status as the most expensive office location in the world. This is a sad reflection of the problems faced by the capital's landlords and developers. Hammerson, British Land and Land Securities have all had to refinance and approach the market with rights issues to raise cash.
ACCESSION #
37248995

 

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