RSK, an integrated environmental, engineering and technical services business, has acquired construction company Morrison Falklands Ltd (now trading as RSK Falkland Islands) and consulting engineering practice Nicholas O’Dwyer.
TradeRisks Limited, a specialist provider of advice to housing associations, local authorities and other social infrastructure sponsors, has advised, arranged and placed a GBP42.5 million unlisted bond with one UK insurer and one UK pension fund, maturing in 2053, on behalf of Tuntum Housing Association Limited, a 1,400-unit housing association based in Nottinghamshire.
Colony Capital has appointed Severin White as Managing Director, Head of Public Investor Relations, effective immediately.
Luxembourg-based REINO RF CEE Real Estate Fund, formed as part of a strategic collaboration between REINO Capital and Australian firm RF CorVal, has selected EFA as the central administration for their new Luxembourg RAIF structure.
The number of new build UK homes started and completed in the last quarter of 2019 fell below government targets, according to new figures, and the industry says the coronavirus pandemic is set to have a further impact on the sector.
Columbia Pacific Advisors Bridge Lending, a platform within Columbia Pacific Advisors, has provided a USD48.25 million loan for 14-16 Burma Road and 150 Theodore Conrad Drive in Jersey City to INDUSTRY GO, a strategic alliance between Criterion Group and One Stop Properties.
Melcor Developments Ltd and Melcor Real Estate Investment Trust have implemented a number of the measures in response to the economic challenges brought about by the Covid-19 global pandemic.
RLI Investors (RLI), a specialist investor in the German logistics real estate sector has succeeded in increasing its logistics property and fund assets under management by almost 24 per cent, passing the EUR1 billion mark in the process.
Barberry Group has completed the sale of a 48-acre site in Swindon, Wiltshire, to a joint venture between house builders Vistry Group and Bellway Homes.
Dutch retail, hotels and co-working offices to feel heaviest coronavirus impact, says Bouinvest research
The Netherlands and most other European countries are forecast to be pushed into recession this year by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, with the heaviest blows from the economic slowdown in the Dutch real estate industry likely to fall on sectors most dependent on discretionary consumer spending.