Industry News  |  May 2008

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Workers have joined the National Work from Home Day in an initiative which could have helped reduce congestion across the capital.The events' organisers, Work Wise UK, previously said if even a small ...
Employees get their homework
Members of Parliament are meeting to discuss new green building upgrades, it has been reported.The All Party Urban Development Group will meet with eco-experts and property specialists to assess how c ...
MPs examine green office refits
The Ascott Group has bought Turnstile House on High Holborn from Land Securities, Property Week has reported.The group is the property's current tenant and operates the 83,400 sq ft building as a 192 ...
Ascott group buys Turnstile House
Flexible managed space offers growth opportunities in the commercial property market, the BusinesCentre Association's (bca) chief executive has said.Jennifer Brooke is confident about the future of th ...
Flexible space offers growth opportunities
CLS Holdings has sold two buildings from its commercial property portfolio.It sold Brent house to the London Borough of Brent for £17 million. The council currently rent 60 per cent of its 96,393 ...
CLS Holdings sells two properties
Business and consumer confidence have reached new lows according to separate studies reported today.A survey by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) and NTC showed its index of acti ...
Business and consumer confidence reach lows
Internos gets ready | 06 May 2008
Internos, a start-up commercial property fund, has £1 billion ready to invest in commercial property, the Telegraph reports.It is one of several funds hoping to take advantage of falling commerci ...
Internos gets ready
Investor, Delancey has secured planning permission for a redevelopment of York House in Waterloo, Property Week has reported.The redesign was granted by Lambeth Council and when completed the new buil ...
Delancey on track for Waterloo re-build
Job cuts by the banks are forcing commercial property values lower, real estate group Hammerson has said.It revealed redundancies sparked by the global credit crunch are also lowering rents in the Cit ...
Job cuts lower commercial property values
The South African bank, Standard Bank, will relocate from its current plot in Canon Bridge House, to 20 Gresham Street in the City, Property Week has reported.The new building, due to be finished in S ...
Standard Bank relocates to City
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