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Our visit to Evelina London Children’s Hospital yesterday

11 December 2015

We are always overwhelmed to see the incredible work that Evelina London Children's Hospital do each year and so we had to go along yesterday to say a massive thank you. Every day, 300 children pass through their door and they provide world-leading treatment and care for each child and every family.


Green light for new dining destination at London Waterloo

20 November 2015

We are pleased to report that plans to transform a number of railway arches and vaults beneath the original Eurostar Terminal at Waterloo Station into an exciting new dining and leisure destination have taken a major step forward following planning consent from Lambeth Council.


MIDTOWN AVAILABILITY AT ALL TIME LOW AS RENTS HIT RECORD HIGHS

9 October 2015

Availability in Midtown has dropped to an all-time low 2.5% with occupier demand driving rents to unprecedented levels.


MIDTOWN AND SOUTH BANK OUTPERFORM WEST END AND CITY AS LONDON’S MOST ATTRACTIVE INVESTMENT MARKETS

7 October 2015

Midtown and South Bank are once again the two leading office investment markets according to our latest research with Union Street Partners and MSCI for the first half of 2015 using the industry standard IPD UK Annual Property Index.


Lack of Supply puts brakes on South Bank Take-up growth

6 October 2015

The acute lack of supply of quality office space in South Bank is stalling what has been central London’s fastest growing market for the last two years, according to the latest research on the London South Bank Office & Retail market for the 3rd Quarter 2015 from our joint venture company, Union Street Partners.


We are recruiting for a new Head of Research

5 October 2015

The firm is looking to hire an experienced and academically qualified Head of Research to produce our highly regarded research and continue to bring value and credibility to this important function.


Farebrother wins three Midtown awards at the CoStar Agency Awards ceremony 2015

2 October 2015

Farebrother was delighted to pick up three Midtown awards at the CoStar Agency Awards ceremony 2015 last night for Top Agent by Number of Disposals, Top Agent by Number of Instructions and Dealmaker of the Year which was awarded to our Head of Leasing & Development, Jules Hind.


Farebrother launches Rowan Asset Management’s 89,000 sq ft Aldwych House, WC2, with World Cup theme

15 September 2015

London-based property company, Rowan, today unveiled the redevelopment of its iconic, 168,000 sq ft Aldwych House, WC2, building in the heart of Midtown. The building was showcased with an exclusive VIP reception attended by around 150 senior property professionals, who were given a first tour of the new building by Rowan and joint letting agents, Farebrother and CBRE. On the eve of the Rugby World Cup, guests were joined over lunch by former rugby internationals Simon Shaw, Tom Shanklin, Gavin Hastings and Phil Scrivener, who entertained the audience with their insights into the tournament.


Union Street Partners advises LCR on exciting proposals for new dining destination at Waterloo

27 August 2015

A planning application has been submitted by LCR to Lambeth Council for the refurbishment of the Leake Street Arches in Waterloo. LCR’s proposals, designed by Union Street Partners appointed as development consultants and architects Corstorphine + Wright, involve creating distinct spaces that will attract original and exciting restaurant, bar and cultural tenants to the area.


Investment in South Bank

14 August 2015

Earlier this month Almacantar exchanged on its commitment to forward purchase the Shell Centre at Waterloo. This is a significant piece of business for the South Bank and is indicative of the appetite that currently sits in this market.We believe that there would be further investment transactions of this ilk but, this is stock dependant. Blue Fin is in play and this will again highlight the strength of Investor appetite for South Bank.


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