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PRS REIT closes £250m placing early after ‘strong support’

PRS REIT, the closed-ended real estate investment trust established to invest in new build homes in the private rented sector, has announced it will close its share placing a week early due to “strong support and current market conditions”.

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PlaceTech launched to proptech market

Place Group, publisher of Place North West, has launched a second publication, PlaceTech, where the property and technology communities meet, at placetech.net.

Procure North West launches £2bn framework

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Liverpool-based Procure North West, headed up by former Kier frameworks director Robbie Blackhurst, has started the bidding process for a £2bn, four-year construction framework covering Cumbria, Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, and Merseyside.

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NWCH restarts race for £1.5bn framework

The North West Construction Hub has reissued tender documents for its £1.5bn high value framework, after terminating the bid process earlier this month.

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THING OF THE WEEK

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Some of football’s finest, including Michael Owen, will assemble at Chester FC on Thursday 15 February for a fundraising game to help the struggling club stay afloat.

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BOOK NOW | Further speakers confirmed for Transport Summit

The chief executives of Transport for the North, Transport for Greater Manchester, Lancashire County Council, and Cumbria Council, join leaders from transport operators, developers and local authorities on a line-up which includes Government transport secretary Chris Grayling, at Place North West’s annual transport summit.

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Land Director

Anwyl Homes is seeking a Land Director to join our privately-owned, progressive family business. Anwyl have been established for...

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COMMENT | Thinking digital first

In simpler times, property marketing equated to commissioning a brochure and drafting a press release and that was the job done, writes Michael Palmer of theEword.