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An award-winning Hampshire mortgage expert has warned of catastrophic implications for the UK housing market as Britain leaves the European Union.
Amiri Construction has relocated from its original location in Fareham to a 4,800 sq ft office at Segensworth business park fitted out to its specific needs.
On June 27, Amanda Clack FRICS became president of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors for 2016-17, and gave her inaugural speech during RICS’ governing council meeting in London.
The Solent office of property consultancy Vail Williams LLP has moved to Savannah House, Ocean Village Southampton, to meet the needs of a 24-strong team with five new hires in 2016, including Nicky Reid as associate and Robert Lee as senior surveyor.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the winners of the 2016 RIBA National Awards, one of which is the Drawing Studio at Bournemouth University.
Acting on behalf of a Cathay Investments, Goadsby Commercial has brought to the market Unit 1 Alchorne Place, Portsmouth.
Moog UK Westcott, the rocket-propulsion research, development, test and manufacturing company based at the 650-acre Westcott Venture Park, located between Bicester and Aylesbury, has designed and built the LEROS 1b main engine powering the mission to Jupiter.
HMT LLP, based in Henley-on-Thames and led by partner Paul Read and senior manager Adrian Howells, has undertaken due diligence for the Royal Bank of Scotland and its management on the management buyout of 1st Option Safety Group.
B2B sales generation agency Xcel Sales has appointed John Cormack as head of new business. Cormack has experience in developing sales and marketing strategies spanning a career in financial services. Earlier he had 10 years in the British Army.
Berry Recruitment has appointed Zoe Ellis, its Oxford branch manager, to national strategic sales manager with a brief to develop the commercial side of the business across its 32 locations in England and Wales.
The seventh annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 league table, which ranks Britain’s mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing international sales, this year includes 11 companies from the Thames Valley.
The UK electorate has spoken and it has chosen to leave the EU, a vote many in the commercial real estate industry have dreaded, says CoStar News. Hopes of a speedy second half bounce-back in transactions on the back of a remain vote have been immediately extinguished and there is much concern about the period of […]
Mark Charter, head of national property consultancy Carter Jonas’ Oxford office, comments on the EU Referendum result:
Wilson Bowden Developments and Wokingham Borough Council have secured two prelets to Premier Inn and Everyman Cinemas as anchor tenants at the Elms Field £25 million mixed-use regeneration development at the edge of Wokingham town centre.
South East businesses must use the coming months to assess the impact on trade, people and regulation, says EY. Richard Baker, managing partner across the Thames Valley & South Coast, discusses the implications of the EU Referendum vote:
Demolition on the Station Hill site in Reading town centre is now complete, and Tony Page, Reading council’s deputy leader and its lead member for strategic environment, planning and transport, has officially opened the coffee shop and temporary events space, signalling the start of the new mixed-use development which, once complete, will comprise 930,000 sq […]
Southampton-based legal firm Moore Blatch has advised on the £57 million sale of Trustmarque Solutions to Capita. Trustmarque is a Microsoft LSP, and a provider of software and cloud-technology solutions for both public and private sector organisations, employing 620 people across five UK locations.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the longlist for the 2016 RIBA House of the Year Award, the UK’s most prestigious award for a new house or extension, and two houses in the Thames Valley are among the 20 architect-designed homes in the running.
Patrizia UK has officially brought 115,000 sq ft of Grade A office space to the Reading market, following the completion of a new development and refurbishment at Winnersh Triangle.
Women in Hampshire were called upon to take more influential roles in business and politics at an event attended by more than 40 leading female decision makers.