“As we continue into another three weeks of lockdown the Build to Rent sector continues to show its resilience during this unprecedented time. We’ve seen key organisations in the industry provide positive insights in the market, planning applications continue to be pushed forward, and as ever, the sector remains dedicated to the health and wellbeing of their residents.
“It’s in times like this that the benefits and attributes of the Build to Rent sector is heightened – in its capabilities of providing a lifestyle based coliving environment, a community, a neighbourhood.”Bea Patel, Editor, BTR News
In the news this week
Quintain has received planning approval for a £69m project in North Dublin – through their Irish subsidiary, Quintain Ireland.
Property developer Godwin Developments has signed a collaboration agreement with Lord Stafford – to redevelop the former Stafford Rugby Club ground into a mixed-use development.
Build to Rent developer, Placefirst is set to revitalise a former Job Centre Plus building near Manchester city centre.
Research from CBRE identifies three Scottish locations as being hotspots for Build to Rent homes.
Apache Capital and Harrison Street joint venture funds Moda’s landmark Edinburgh Build to Rent development
In their fourth joint venture, Apache Capital Partners and Harrison Street fund Moda’s Build to Rent scheme in Central Edinburgh, as they continue to raise the bar of renting.
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