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Land Securities’ Bluewater Shopping Centre in Kent.

Land Securities has become the first large UK company to outline plans to restart dividend payouts, with the property group reporting early signs of r(...)

A sell-off in technology stocks dragged on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq in early trading. Photograph: Getty

Euro zone stocks rose on Wednesday after the EU proposed a €750 billion plan to prop up economies hammered by the coronavirus crisis. Share price fall(...)

How will working from home change things?

In the world of social distancing, many of the world’s office workers have not seen their desks for weeks. But when coronavirus lockdowns finally ease(...)

 The UK chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has announced supports for the self-employed

European stocks reversed course to end higher on Thursday, tracking gains on Wall Street, while investors awaited a vote by the European Parliament on(...)

The Fernbank scheme in Churchtown, which is currently undergoing WiredScore Home certification

WiredScore, a company that rates and certifies buildings in terms of internet connectivity, is launching a service for the build-to-rent market with 1(...)

It was a weak day for financial stocks, with Bank of Ireland closing down 3.4 per cent at €4.35. Photograph: Bloomberg

European shares retreated from four-year highs on Wednesday, as ambiguity over a US-China trade deal and intensifying unrest in Hong Kong kept investo(...)

Excluding the cinema, the retail element of Golden Island  extends to an area of more than 14,800sq m (160,000sq ft). There is a substantial car park with 1,000 spaces

A fund managed by Davy Real Estate is closing in on a deal to acquire Athlone’s Golden Island shopping centre for just over €35 million. While the fu(...)

St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, Dublin, is producing rental income of about €8m.  Photograph: Alan Betson

A fund managed by Davy Real Estate has entered into exclusive talks in relation to the acquisition of two separate shareholdings amounting to a 62.4 p(...)

  St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, Dublin,   is currently producing rental income of about €8 million. Photograph:   Alan Betson

US-headquartered real estate giant Hines, a fund managed by Davy Real Estate, and a private investor acting in partnership with developer Eamon Duigna(...)

Developed in 1988 by British Land, the shopping centre has more than 90 shops over three levels. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Two separate shareholdings amounting to a 62.4 per cent stake in Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre are being quietly offered for sale in a t(...)

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