- About Us
- Contact Us
- Events Diary
A raft of new retail tenants have signed up to Land Securities and The Crown Estate’s Westgate Oxford shopping and leisure scheme, which is due to open in 10 months following a £440-million overhaul of the site.
An innovative cluster of technology-led companies has been announced as the first tenants of the Thames Valley Science Park.
A final Brexit deal will mean a clear departure from the single market, as staying in “would mean not leaving the EU at all,” said prime minister Theresa May. Key members of the UK commercial property industry offer varied reactions to her Brexit speech.
Business leaders should be prepared for some significant headwinds in 2017 and beyond, according to an EY ITEM Club briefing from economist Martin Beck.
FISCAL Technologies, a Reading-based world-leading provider of accounts-payable forensic software, has posted a 55% rise in sales in its 2016 full-year results.
Accountancy firm Shaw Gibbs has assisted One Event Management with its acquisition of Lyndy Redding and McLaren Technology Group’s award-winning event-design company Absolute Taste. The move will see the creation of what has been called “Europe’s foremost luxury event design company.”
Andrew Morgan, senior partner for KPMG Reading, has given his outlook on business in the Thames Valley in 2017.
The Open University has responded to PwC’s latest annual CEO survey which indicates that concern about the availability of key skills is second only to uncertain economic growth as an issue in the minds of UK CEOs. 83% of surveyed CEOs said that they were ‘somewhat’ or ‘extremely’ concerned about access to talent. This result comes […]
Businesses will welcome the additional clarity about the Government’s negotiation priorities, said EY reacting to prime minister Theresa May’s Brexit speech.
Hampshire-based lead generation agency Xcel Sales has appointed serial entrepreneur and business growth specialist Kevin Gaskell as its new chairman. Gaskell brings with him a hugely successful track record of leading some of the world’s most prestigious brands as well as helping growing companies to scale rapidly.
Award-winning Wyatt Homes, which is based in Poole and develops luxury homes and apartments across Dorset, Hampshire and Somerset, has renewed its contract with Town & Country. The Bournemouth-based telecommunications provider will maintain its mobile and landline communications for another two years.
A new letting at St Georges Chambers in Winchester has been completed. Avask Accounting has relocated to the offices, which comprise 1,133 sq ft and are situated on the first floor of this premium building adjacent to Barclays Bank.
Lambert Smith Hampton’s (LSH’s) Fareham office has secured a letting on behalf of DTZ Investors to Vision Logistical Solutions which means that for the first time the Railway Triangle industrial estate at Portsmouth will be fully let. The 10,255 sq ft letting has been signed on a 10-year lease. Vail Williams acts jointly with LSH on […]
Property and industry professionals are being asked to review proposed new mandatory requirements from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) aimed at addressing conflicts of interest in the UK commercial property investment agency market.
Planning and design consultancy Terence O’Rourke is celebrating the New Year with the go-ahead for two high-profile developments. The successful proposals consist of two new luxury treehouses for world-renowned New Forest hotel Chewton Glen and a major residential and commercial development in Colchester.
Kate Stewart has been appointed to Lester Aldridge as a partner in the firm’s Bournemouth office. She will be heading up the property litigation team.
Occupancy costs in Bracknell, Basingstoke and Slough are now as much as 80% lower than the West End Core and up to 35% less than nearby Uxbridge, Maidenhead and Reading, according to Thames Valley specialist RARE.
Emma Eaglestone has taken over as lead director for JLL‘s Southampton office with Michael Green stepping down from the role after 22 years at the helm.
Three Southampton-based lawyers from national law firm Bond Dickinson have been praised for their outstanding work in the Acritas Stars Database and Report, an independent guide to globally-recommended lawyers.
The Midcounties Co-operative, the UK’s largest independent co-operative, which operates more than 50 stores across Oxfordshire, has reported a 3.6% increase in like-for-like sales across its food stores for the three weeks to December 31.