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Mainstay Group is one of the most successful property asset management agents in the UK.
With offices in London, Worcester, Birmingham and Manchester supporting an extensive national management infrastructure, we are well-placed to supply property asset management solutions nationwide.
Our residential management portfolio consists of some 40,000 homes in management and a further 20,000 secured in planning, underlining our capacity and ability to provide high-quality services across England and Wales to a wide range of developments.
Our growing portfolio is supported by Mainstay Commercial and Mainstay Facilities Management, adding a credible and cost effective commercial property management capability, surveying and professional services, as well as a wide range of facilities management services. Enabling us to add value for our customers and further enhance our already high levels of service flexibility and efficiency, whilst at the same time reducing costs through self-delivery of a broad scope of property related services.
Kennedy Wilson Europe has exchanged contracts to buy a £503m portfolio of 180 mixed-use properties from multiple receivers working on behalf of Aviva Commercial Real Estate Finance.
L&Q, the private rented sector (PRS) specialists, and Development Securities have formed a partnership to develop the new residential quarter at 399 Edgware Road, as tipped by Property Week.
McCarthy & Stone has agreed a new £200m bank facility to replace the debt it took out with its shareholders last year.
Camden Market owners Market Tech Holdings has been admitted to the AIM stock exchange today having successfully raised £100m.
Moorfield has exchanged contracts to sell an investment portfolio to Lone Star Real Estate Fund III for around £1bn – releasing the majority of the investment in its first two funds.
A £200m stake in Argent’s redevelopment of King’s Cross Central has been brought to market.
The 2015 shopping centre market is set to continue where 2014 left off, according to a new report from Cushman & Wakefield.
Comedian Russell Brand and fellow campaigners have won their battle to stop a housing estate being redeveloped by US asset management giant Westbrook Partners.
Nicholas Porter’s Global Student Accommodation Group (GSA) is selling its stake in student housing brand Urbanest to M3 Capital Partners.
Britain’s accounting watchdog, the Financial Reporting Council (FRC), has launched a fresh inquiry into the Tesco auditing scandal.