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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.
Listed industrial developer SEGRO has secured a deal with the Greater London Authority (GLA) to develop a huge land portfolio in the undersupplied east London market.
Thor Equities has poached Knight Frank partner Luke Condon to oversee its European transactions.
Knight Frank has reported a 19% jump in profits with its UK commercial offices enjoying their “best year ever”.
Beltane Asset Management in a joint venture with affiliates of Angelo, Gordon & Co has completed the acquisition of 42 Southwark Bridge Road from M&G Real Estate.
Birmingham City Council and the Canal & River Trust have selected Urban Splash and Places for People as the preferred partners for the development of Icknield Port Loop in Birmingham, one of the most significant brownfield regeneration schemes in the UK.
MAG Property, the property and development arm of the UK’s largest UK-owned airport operator, has appointed Julian Stott as development manager.
Crosslane Student Developments has secured planning permission for its first student housing scheme in Sheffield.
Retirement housebuilder McCarthy & Stone has increased its target investment in land and build to £2.5bn in the next four years.
The Unite UK Student Accommodation Fund has reached a value of more than £2bn due to strong rental growth.
The founders of the popular London restaurant chain Polpo have backed a new dining concept, The Bowler, which is to open its first location in Seven Dials.
Amaris Hospitality, the hotel subsidiary of private equity group Lone Star, is to rebrand 21 of its Hotel Collection properties to Jurys Inn, Mercure and an unnamed international upmarket brand.
Labour peer Lord Adonis has resigned the party whip to chair a new infrastructure commission for the government.
Octopus Healthcare has agreed to forward fund Kitewood’s 80-bed nursing home development in Sevenoaks, Kent.
George Osborne has announced that the UK’s entire business rates income will now be kept directly in the hands of local authorities, and that the uniform business rate will be abolished.