Commercial Property in East Renfrewshire

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East Renfrewshire Property News

London & Stamford cash out Meadowhall with £70 million profit
London & Stamford has recycled the cash it put into Meadowhall with its Joint Venture Partner Green Park Investments and made around £70 million profit, announcing the disposal today to Norges Bank Investment Management, of their 50% stake in the Mall which is now valued at £1.525 billion. The ...
Hansteen turn in solid H1 performance despite 20% vacancy rate
Hansteen Holdings,the investor in German, Benelux and UK industrial property today said that it's H1 pre-tax profit is up 29% from the same period last year to £23.7 million after a LFL valuation uplift of £7.6 million in it's portfolio, a small recovery after a slide last year. James Ham...
LXB Retail swoop on Truro for new supermarket and mixed development.
LXB Retail Properties has identified a development opportunity in Truro, and has today announced a £2 million deal. The acquisition is option to acquire 49 acres at Willow Green Farm, Threemilestone  to the west of the city and the purchase of two parcels of land known as Higher Newham Fa...
Greggs struggle manfully as High Street footfall drops 7%
Greggs, the Newcastle-based bakery chain with over 1600 shops, has said it's H1 sales are up 4.5% overall and 2.3% on a LFL basis, despite the BRC saying that footfall in UK High Streets is down 7%.The lack of footfall did hit the Q2 sales, which were down 3.5% on a LFL basis, but profits have suffe...
Poor Lloyds shareholders miss another payday
One has to feel sorry for the poor shareholders of Lloyds Bank. Once the most cautious and safest of UK high street banks, it made the decision to "save" the Bank of Scotland. And today, after a canny dance where the Co-op declared interest in buying the 632 branches that Lloyds is being f...
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