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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.
Multinational tech firm Avaya is set to secure a 35,000 sq ft office in Surrey for its UK headquarters.
Dundee-based developer James Keiller Estates has lined up a £54m portfolio for sale, which is likely to be one of the largest to hit the Scottish market this year.
A strong performance in the final quarter of the year meant shopping centre investment volumes in 2014 reached their highest levels since 2006, according to new research by Strutt & Parker.
Swarovski, the crystal jewellery retailer, is to open a new store in Park House, Oxford Street.
The UK operation of international music company BMG has agreed a deal to occupy the final floor in European Land’s 5 Merchant Square in Paddington.
Italian make-up and skin care retailer Kiko Milano has agreed a deal to occupy a former Karen Millen store in Covent Garden.
New Balance, the US sports fashion brand, is set to open its first UK store in a prime location on Oxford Street.
A huge White City office building aimed at fostering science startups is being sold as a forward-funding opportunity for more than £116m as part of a major regeneration of the area.
Transport for London is poised to launch one of the largest portfolios of development sites ever brought forward in the capital - with observers suggesting it could be worth more than £2bn.
Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking has provided Chinese insurer Ping An with the £200m debt to buy Tower Place.Tower Place in the City