Overseas landlords admitting tax avoidance surges 65% The number of overseas landlords coming forward to admit tax avoidance has soared 65% in the last five years, according to accountancy firm Moore.
TfL and Barratt get the go ahead for resi scheme in Wembley Brent Council has approved Transport for London and Barratt London’s plans to develop 454 new homes near Wembley Park Underground station.
Wandsworth development site tops Auction House London December catalogue The freehold of a development site in Nine Elms, Wandsworth with lapsed planning consent is the star lot of Auction House London’s December sale, highlighting the sustained demand for development opportunities in the private investment market.
Measure online retail fairly to reduce store closures, says Colliers International The way that retail space is priced needs to be changed to focus on data for retailers to be given the best chance of survival in 2021, according to Colliers International.
Government inaction on retrofitting will cost £62bn, housebuilder says The government’s inaction on retrofitting will cost homeowners £62bn, according to analysis by modular housebuilder ilke Homes.
Yemi Edun named as one of UK’s most influential black people London property expert and acquisition agent Yemi Edun has been named as one of the UK’s most influential black people in the Powerlist 2021, becoming the first person from the property industry to make the list.
Brunswick Property Partners spends £40m on two properties for workplace scheme Brunswick Property Partners (BPP) has acquired two properties for a combined £40m for its London workplace venture Akoya.
Vaccine news gives a shot in the arm to housebuilders’ shares The value of the housebuilding sector soars 30% in first three weeks of November, driven by four FTSE 100 stocks.
URW places £1.79bn bond after shareholders reject share issue Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield (URW) has placed a €2bn (£1.79bn) bond, days after its chief executive announced his intention to step down.
Revised plans for controversial Goodsyard scheme recommended for approval The Greater London Authority (GLA) has recommended that London mayor Sadiq Khan approve the revised plans for The Goodsyard, a controversial £900m mixed-use scheme in Shoreditch.
Ask Real Estate secures £30m in investment for Newcastle development Ask Real Estate has secured around £30m in investment through Canada Life Asset Management for the development of One Strawberry Lane in St James in Newcastle city centre.