Universal Music to move U.K. headquarters from Kensington to King’s Cross: Universal Music is moving its U.K. headquarters to King’s Cross, in a major coup for Argent, the developers behind the regeneration of the 67-acre scheme.
Canadian pensions giant Omers moving into the Cheesegrater: Omers, one of Canada’s largest pension funds, is moving into the City’s Cheesegrater skyscraper, which is owned by the company’s real estate arm Oxford Property and British Land.
Property firm expands in Scotland: Lambert Smith Hampton, the commercial property consultancy, has appointed Craig Maguire as head of its Scotland operations as the firm gears up to double its size North of the Border.
London ‘to grow twice as fast as north despite Conservative policies’: The economic gap between London and other major cities will widen significantly in the next 10 years, undermining the Chancellor’s push to create a “northern powerhouse”, according to a report.
Selling to uber-rich is a home banker: Knight Frank’s 65 equity partners will share a bonus pot of about £80 million this year after the property consultancy notched up a record set of results, despite signs of a slowdown at the top end of London’s housing market.
Chinese fund poised to enter bidding war for City airport: A secretive Chinese investment fund is understood to be poised to enter the £2 billion bidding war for London City Airport. Gingko Tree, a division of the Chinese state’s foreign exchange regulator, is believed to be in talks with Australia’s Macquarie about teaming up to make an offer for the East London airport.
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