Property

TLT team gets result for London council on major mixed-use development near football club

March 6, 2019
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TLT team gets result for London council on major mixed-use development near football club

A ‘significant and complex’ lease disposal agreement to kick-start a major development opposite a London football ground has been supported by Bristol-headquartered national law firm TLT. A multi-disciplined team of real estate experts from the firm worked with Waltham Forest Council in East London on the agreement to dispose...

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Alder King’s dominance of regional commercial property market comes of age with 18th annual title

March 5, 2019
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Alder King’s dominance of regional commercial property market comes of age with 18th annual title

Bristol-headquartered property consultancy Alder King has retained its title as the South West’s ‘most active agent’ for the 18th year in succession. As well as winning the overall title, the firm also achieved what organisers of the annual property competition described as ‘unassailable’ leads for its activity in the...

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Associate director promotion for Savills’ Bristol development team member

March 4, 2019
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Associate director promotion for Savills’ Bristol development team member

International real estate advisor Savills has promoted Adam Greenhalgh to associate director in its Bristol development team. Adam, pictured, joined Savills in Bristol in October 2017 after spending a year at Market Tech UK and four years at Cushman & Wakefield, where he focussed on retail and leisure developments. ...

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Bristol to get first multi-use office and retail building as work starts on high-profile city centre site

March 1, 2019
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Construction work is under way on a major city centre regeneration scheme that will bring a new type of development to Bristol while also providing much-needed premium office space. The Assembly Bristol site on Temple Way has been vacant since 2008 when the former Clerical Medical HQ was demolished....

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Build-to-rent model poised to help ease city’s housing crisis, seminar in Bristol to be told

March 1, 2019
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Build-to-rent model poised to help ease city’s housing crisis, seminar in Bristol to be told

More than 2,000 build-to-rent apartments are set to be developed in Bristol over the next two years to help meet spiralling demand for housing in the city, according to property experts. This new model of housing is designed specifically for the rental market and is set to play a...

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Experienced surveyor joins Vickery Holman as it opens office in Bristol

March 1, 2019
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Experienced surveyor joins Vickery Holman as it opens office in Bristol

Property specialist Vickery Holman is continuing to expand in the South West by opening a Bristol office and appointing experienced senior surveyor Paul Matthews to its team. Paul brings more than 37 years’ experience in the property markets of South West England and South Wales to his new role....

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Thriving green energy market prompts Bristol renewables firm to sell windfarms

March 1, 2019
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Thriving green energy market prompts Bristol renewables firm to sell windfarms

Bristol-based specialist energy investment company Thrive Renewables has sold two of its onshore windfarms in a deal in which it was advised by city-headquartered national law firm TLT. The proceeds of the sale of the farms in North Wales and Suffolk – which have generated enough clean electricity a...

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New Women in Property chair vows to address diversity and help attract and retain female talent

February 28, 2019
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New Women in Property chair vows to address diversity and help attract and retain female talent

Women in Property, the group that creates opportunities and inspires change for women working in the property and construction industry, has appointed Ros Trotman as its new South West chair. Ros, pictured, is an expert in planning matters in the Bristol office of regional law firm Thrings and has...

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UK’s first ‘sustainability hub’ to open in Bristol, offering workspace and showcasing green-tech

February 22, 2019
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UK’s first ‘sustainability hub’ to open in Bristol, offering workspace and showcasing green-tech

A £1.5m sustainability hub is to open in Bristol to showcase the latest green products, technologies and services, stage events and provide workspace for environmental enterprises. The first of its kind in the UK, the hub is expected to attract 5,000 visitors in its first year, including businesses and...

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Experienced client relationship director looks to power growth at Ignite Digital Talent

February 22, 2019
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Experienced client relationship director looks to power growth at Ignite Digital Talent

Bristol-based specialist recruitment agency Ignite Digital Talent has appointed Miles Thresher as its new client relationship director. Miles, pictured, will focus will developing and growing new and existing business clients for the firm, and in particular, the expansion of contract and interim business. Miles brings an extensive track record of...

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Bristol office opened by Oxfordshire architects with designs on the city’s strong property market

February 22, 2019
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Bristol office opened by Oxfordshire architects with designs on the city’s strong property market

Architecture practice Spratley & Partners has opened its first regional office in Bristol, attracted by strong growth in the South West’s property and development markets. The firm, which has its head office in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, is behind a number of high-profile projects across the UK including the eagerly awaited...

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Independent cinema to act as social hub for Bristol shopping centre upgrade

February 15, 2019
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Independent cinema to act as social hub for Bristol shopping centre upgrade

Bristol-based developer Firmstone Consortia One has revealed plans to open a cinema as part of its ambitious upgrade of an unloved South Bristol shopping mall. The firm has appointed independent cinema group Scott Cinemas – which owns the Henleaze Orpheus cinema in Bristol – to run the three-screen venue...

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Bristol film studio and city locations to star in TV adaptation of Jane Austen’s final incomplete novel

February 15, 2019
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Bristol film studio and city locations to star in TV adaptation of Jane Austen’s final incomplete novel

A major outdoor film set is under construction at Bristol’s Bottle Yard studios for its latest high-end TV drama – the upcoming adaptation of Jane Austen’s final incomplete novel Sanditon. A 10-week build process is underway following planning approval of an application to Bristol City Council by Red Planet...

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