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The North West enters the infrastructure fast lane

The North-west of England is set to benefit from huge investment in its rail, roads airports and ports, according to five infrastructure clients in the region. Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM), Manchester Airports Group (MAG), Network Rail, Northern Rail and Peel Ports revealed their development plans at the Built Environment Networking event on ‘How Transport […]

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Thames Valley universities reveal development plans

Universities are planning major development pushes to attract students in an increasingly competitive market, according to the University of Oxford, Oxford Brookes University and Buckinghamshire New University. The universities were speaking about their development pipelines and strategies at the Built Environment Networking event on Thames Valley Universities Investment Plans 2014, held in Oxford Town Hall. […]

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Wise up: Universities want more from their estates

Construction firms must adapt to universities’ ever-increasing demands from their estates, according to Sue Holmes, chair elect of the Association of University Directors of Estates (AUDE). Holmes presented an overview of the higher education development market at the Built Environment Networking event on Thames Valley Universities Investment Plans 2014, held in Oxford Town Hall. Holmes, […]

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Leeds Agents Review

Property agents JLL, Savills and GVA have urged developers to capitalise on development opportunities in Yorkshire and to address under-supply of housing, high-quality office and industrial space in the region. Speaking at the Yorkshire Agents Review 2014 event organised by Built Environment Networking, the agents said the Yorkshire market was picking up speed but still […]

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The Future of Student Living

The future of Student Living In recent years, despite some challenging issues in relation to funding structures particularly, Student Living has continued to evolve and become an established asset class in its own right. This is further endorsed by the formation of the British Property Federation’s Student accommodation committee, which was established in 2013, to […]

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London Major Developments March 2014

London developers are opening up their pipelines to a wider array of contractors as the market heats up, according to The Crown Estate and Battersea Power Station Development Company (BPSDC). The developers, alongside fellow clients Land Securities and Capco, were speaking about their procurement strategies at last week’s Built Environment Networking event on Major London […]

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