Saturday, March 6, 2021

Bea Patel

Bea is the Editor for BTR News and PBSA News and is the Property Editor for The London Economic. She writes for a number of publications and websites and has a BSc (HONS) degree in Multimedia Studies.

Furnishing provider launches inaugural scheme at Europe’s largest regeneration project

Build to Rent furnishing provider Creative BTR has announced the launch of its inaugural project at Knight Dragon’s Greenwich Peninsula.

Plans submitted for £258m Build to Rent development in Birmingham

A planning application has been submitted to Birmingham City Council for Moda and Apache Capital’s 722-home Build to Rent project on Great Charles Street.

The emergence of a temporary new meaning for coliving

The meaning of co-living in Build to Rent buildings has temporarily changed while we adjust to a new way of living amid the coronavirus epidemic.

Build to Rent operator helps residents prioritise health and wellbeing amid Covid-19 crisis

The Build to Rent operator Moda Living has introduced wellbeing and fitness initiatives to help residents stay physically and mentally fit and healthy amid self-isolation and social distancing.

Bord Pleanála gives go ahead to 564 apartment Build to Rent scheme in Sandyford

Permission for the Tivway Project supersedes previous permission granted two years ago for 460 apartments.

Wolverhampton city centre Build to Rent scheme revealed

Manchester based company set to submit planning for a multimillion-pound Build to Rent scheme in Wolverhampton.

Build to Rent scheme – New Garden Square gets approval

Court Collaboration has been given the green light for its third Build to Rent development.

Coronavirus precautions and preparations for Build to Rent providers

The impact of the coronavirus in the UK is unknown. Be prepared for a worst-case scenario to protect your residents and staff.

German investor makes £400m debut deal in UK Build to Rent schemes

JLL advises of a £400m entry to the UK multifamily market with acquisition of major build to rent schemes.

Which amenities do renters want from their Build to Rent home?

More internal amenities please and let’s leave on-street car parking as a thing of the past.


AMA Research reports Build to Rent sector set for growth

AMA Research report growth in the Build to Rent sector, with over 90,000 Build to Rent units expected to be in planning by the end of 2020.

Ascend secure more than 1,000 lettings post-lockdown

Build to Rent specialist – Ascend – has secured over 1,000 reservations and lettings following the ease of lockdown.

Plans submitted for new Build to Rent homes in Birmingham

The Broad Street development will see the regeneration of an underutilised site in a prime location in Birmingham, as proposals have been submitted for a city centre tower.

Get Living achieve 5-star GRESB sustainability rating

Get Living has ended 2020 with recognition for its sustainability rating – demonstrating its commitment to ESG across its schemes.