The government is planning a major increase in Permitted Development in a bid to ‘get Britain building’. But with many existing schemes being criticised for poor quality and tiny residential units which do not meet buyers’ and renters’ needs, how will developers respond to meet the government’s expectations?
The Covid-19 lockdown has shown us that home-working is highly effective for service industries. Could homeworking become a permanent part of office working when the lockdown is over – and if so, what will it mean for the supply of office space in towns and cities across the UK?
The key is to find attractive investment opportunities in places where buyers, renters and students actually want to be located. It’s also critical to design schemes which provide attractive and flexible accommodation which people like.
The Negotiator talks to developer MBU Capital to find out why it decided to take the bold step to fully embrace end-to-end digital sales progression.
Union Bank of Nigeria has brokered a deal to divest its 100% equity stake in UK subsidiary, Union Bank UK (UBUK), to MBU BidCo.
MBU is an acquisition vehicle owned by MBU Capital.
Union Bank of Nigeria Plc has entered a share sale and purchase agreement to sell its United Kingdom subsidiary, Union Bank UK Plc. The bank said that following a competitive bid process, MBU Capital Limited was selected as the preferred bidder.
Union Bank of Nigeria (UBN) Plc has announced plans to sell its United Kingdom subsidiary. The proposed sell-off is a share sale and purchase agreement, where Union Bank of Nigeria Plc will divest its 100% equity stake in Union Bank UK Plc.
(London) – Akin Gump is advising MBU Capital on its acquisition of Union Bank UK Plc from Union Bank of Nigeria Plc. The transaction is subject to regulatory approvals from the relevant authorities in Nigeria and the United Kingdom.
Mayfair-based investment house MBU Capital has outlined plans to raise £150m for a new real estate income fund, focusing on office and industrial buildings in the UK.
First fully-digital sales progressions for new-build developments were completed late last year in Stevenage, it has been revealed by platform developer Yourkeys.
A MAJOR investment firm has backed Bradford’s bid to keep around 1,000 tax jobs in the city by buying up offices in a multi-million pound deal.
Global investment house MBU Capital has agreed terms and exchanged contracts to acquire the former headquarters of Addison Lee near Euston station, for £22.75m.
Stevenage Borough Council chief executive Scott Crudgington formally unveiled the second block of the Park Place development, Boston House – which contains 202 flats – flanked by representatives of developer MBU Capital and construction firm Ashe.