Property Week is calling on chancellor Philip Hammond to reverse damaging reforms to stamp duty land tax (SDLT) made by George Osborne.
A quartet of US firms are battling it out to buy Goodman and Legal & General Property’s £475m business park portfolio, Property Week can reveal.
Urban & Civic saw net asset value and profit rise in the year to the end of September, brushing aside concerns over Brexit.
As many may have noticed during the past month, a fuzzy phenomenon has been sweeping through property.
Up-market housebuilder Berkeley has revealed demand fell 20% during the first half of its financial year due to the stamp duty hike and Brexit.