Regus, the global provider of flexible office space, has upped…
Web-giants Amazon, Twitter and Yelp reveal plans for offices in London’s King’s Cross following Google’s $1bn purchase of 2.4 acres of space within the immediate vicinity of the station.
Record levels of purchasing from foreign investors in 2012 saw the central London office market register its strongest annual performance since 2007, according to real estate agency Knight Frank.
Londoners have the chance to view the capital from a new perspective today, as the eagerly awaited Shard observation deck is opened to the public.
Developers in London have responded to calls from the government for a rush on office to residential conversions, by warning that such a move could destabilise the market and would be almost impossible to rectify.
London’s West End has overtaken Hong Kong’s notoriously saturated market as the most expensive destination to lease office space, according to a recent study by property consultancy DTZ.
HFS Clinics, the multi-faceted health and wellbeing services provider, was on the look-out for a suitable property in which to open their latest rejuvenative clinic in London.
Chalegrove Properties, the London-based property developers, have begun consultation with local residents over the proposed construction of the UK’s third tallest skyscraper on London’s Isle of Dogs.
The planning permission for a dramatic new glass skyscraper in…
Web services giant Google has completed a deal to allow the beginning of construction work on their new UK headquarters adjoining Kings Cross St. Pancras station, representatives confirmed yesterday.
The total provision of 600 units at the proposed Battersea Power Station Development have been pre-let within just four days in what is thought to be the fastest sale for a project on record.
Angel House Developments Limited, owners of the 225 Marsh Wall site in London’s Docklands, has appointed administrators James Money and James Stewart-Koster of PKF, representatives have confirmed.
London’s iconic skyscraper, the Shard has sold out of visitor tickets for the first two days of its inaugural opening to the public, despite steep ticket prices. The tickets, priced at £29.95 for an adult and £18.95 for a child, will allow visitors to experience panoramic, 360 degree views over the capital from the building’s viewing galleries and observation deck based on the 72nd floor.
Jones Lang LaSalle – the multi-national financial and professional services company – has outlined its predictions for the global property market in 2013, suggesting it could be a transitional year for the UK in particular.
Take-up of offices in London’s West End fell by approximately 1m sq ft during 2012, according to a report from Jones Lang Lasalle (JLL).
British Land and Oxford Properties, the owners of London’s ‘Cheesegrater’ tower, has signed a lease agreement on 110,000 sq ft of office space, representatives revealed yesterday.
Planning permission has been granted for the initial stages of the much publicised regeneration of the area surrounding Battersea Power Station.
Native Land, the Quatari supported residential property developer, has become the preferred bidder of a £165m office block in London’s West End, having seen off stiff competition from CapCo and British Land.
London’s Southwark Council have agreed to purchase their own office for £150m, despite interest from overseas investors.
Brookfield Multiplex, the consortium behind the Pinnacle project, is close to dropping a legal case against the owners, representatives announced today.