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20 Oct: Property Week – Better Late Than Never, Development is Coming to Leicester

Property week looks at new commercial and residential developments that aim to make better use of Leicester’s vacant spaces   Leicester has often lost out compared to its neighbouring regions in the past, Property Week’s full article discusses a variety of schemes and developments in and around its city centre that make better use of the city’s untapped potential. The full coverage features comments from…

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29 Sep: Property Week – And so it begins: Outlook on the investor year ahead

90 North’s Nick Judd, gives his analysis of the 2017 investor year ahead.   In the full article, Nick Judd, 90 North’s co-founder and head of investments, summarises recent deals concluded by the company, as well as their plans for the year going forward. The piece also covers the impact of current geopolitical events on investors. The full coverage can be read at the link…

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15 Sep: Geeta Nanda, Property Week – We Need to Get Housing to the Top of the Agenda

Geeta Nanda Discusses Tackling the Housing Crisis in Property Week   In a Property Week opinion piece, Geeta Nanda, Chief Executive of Thames Valley Housing Association, talks about the steps that need to be taken in the wake of the recent election to work towards resolving the housing crisis. In the full article, Geeta states that despite the positive changes signalled in the government’s…

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01 Sep: Harry Downes in Property Week: ‘Build-to-rent Fan Club is Good News for Developers’

Harry Downes Latest Quarterly Blog in Property Week   In his latest quarterly blog managing director of Fizzy Living, Harry Downes discusses the London Mayor’s new Supplementary Planning Guide and its positive impact on the build-to-rent sector. Click the link to read the full coverage on Property Week’s website: http://www.propertyweek.com/opinion/build-to-rent-fan-club-is-good-news-for-developers/5091190.article

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07 Jul: Delph’s new Forty/8 brand pitches apartment sales – Property Week

Property Week looks at Delph’s new brand for residential schemes: Forty/8   Residential developer Delph has launched Forty/8 a new brand which it will market all its future residential schemes under, in the for-sale market. Current developments include: The Hallmark, a 15-storey luxury development in Manchester, comprised 145 one and two bedroom apartments’ Orleans House in Liverpool, a converted warehouse offering 71 studios and 1 to…

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30 Jun: Geeta Nanda for Property Week – Home Truths

Geeta Nanda of Thames Valley Housing Association discusses the UK’s Urgent Need for Social Housing In the opinion piece, Geeta looks at divisions in regard to the issue post-Brexit, and how this need has been further highlighted by the Grenfell Tower fire, as well as the agendas of major political parties in regard to housing. The full article highlights the need for purpose-built…

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14 Jun: 90 North sets up new Australia office – Property Week

London based 90 North has opened a new office in Sydney, Australia The office is 90 North’s fourth globally and its first in Australia. It sits in the heart of Sydney’s commercial business district. The office will be headed up by Michael Dowling, a real estate professional with over 30 years’ experience in funds management, finance, investment and development. The firm has closed…

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01 Jun: Property Week – Housing associations up the ante on back of M&A activity

AmicusHorizon and Viridian merged to form a new organisation called Optivo, the latest in a long line of deals that show increased ambition in housing associations. In its full coverage, Property Week looks at this and other major mergers & acquisitions as well as key factors that contributed to this shift in the industry. The article also features commentary from Geeta Nanda of…

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24 May: Property Week – Nanda to head up Metropolitan Housing Association

Geeta Nanda has been made chief executive of Metropolitan Housing Association and will be leaving Thames Valley Housing in September 2017. In Property Week’s full article, Geeta speaks positively about her time spent with Thames Valley Housing and looks forward to entering her new role. The article also features further comments from David Clayton-Smith, chair of Thames Valley Housing. Read the article on…