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Planning permission for a new school of architecture at UCL

Sep 2014

Deloitte Real Estate has secured planning permission for the £30 million redevelopment of Wates House. The Hawkins\Brown-designed scheme will consolidate the Bartlett School of Architecture into a single building and provide modern workshop and studio spaces for the School with a permanent exhibition space and Faculty hub at ground floor.

L&G snaps up £6.9m office investment in Maidenhead

Aug 2014

Legal & General Property has acquired 80 Moorbridge Road, a prime office building in Maidenhead from Aberdeen Asset Management for £6.9m, reflecting a net initial yield of 5.66%.

UK house-building increasing ahead of other EU countries

Aug 2014

Today’s house-building statistics released by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) show that the rate of UK house-building has risen significantly for the last five quarters in a row (since April 2013).

Unique approach delivers phenomenal first year success for Deloitte’s national charity partnerships

Aug 2014

A year after partnering with health charities, Alzheimer’s Society, Mind, and Prostate Cancer UK, Deloitte is reflecting on the success of the programme to date and planning to continue to drive impact over the next two years.

Agents appointed to sell the iconic Gherkin in the City of London

Jul 2014

Savills and Deloitte Real Estate have been jointly instructed to sell The Gherkin at 30 St Mary Axe in the City of London following the appointment of Phil Bowers, Neville Kahn and Alex Adam of Deloitte LLP as the Joint Fixed Charge Receivers on the landmark office building. 

Deloitte Real Estate secures £1bn London mandates

Jul 2014

Deloitte Real Estate has been appointed to advise on two asset management mandates in London worth in excess of £1bn.

Deloitte Real Estate announces partner promotions

Jun 2014

Deloitte Real Estate has promoted five new partners.  The promotions took effect on 1 June and cover a variety of disciplines.

Commercial Building Energy Efficiency Policies Have Potential to be More Effective, Says Jointly Commissioned Government and Property Industry Study

Jun 2014

Government policy designed to reduce carbon emissions from commercial buildings need to be better understood, more efficiently monitored and easier to enforce, reveals a new report launched today by the Green Construction Board and the Property Industry Alliance, representing the £647bn commercial property industry, and the Government.

Please direct all press enquiries to:

Sue Gibson

Deloitte Press Office

3 New Street Square

Tel: +44 (0)20 7303 3156
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Twitter: @SueGibsonPR

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