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London Boroughs Combine on Private Rental Housing
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London boroughs have decided to combine together to take a more collaborative approach to securing accommodations for the homeless. Thirteen London boroughs have set up a not-for-profit company, Capital Letters, which is being supported through £38 million of grant funding from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, with the aim of providing more […]

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Bromford housing association agrees £100m private placement
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Bromford housing association has secured £100m from five North American investors through a private placement.

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Patisserie Valerie saved by Irish private equity firm
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Patisserie Valerie has been bought out of administration by Irish private equity firm Causeway Capital Partners.

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Private Landlord Survey Finds Agents Discarded
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A new private landlord survey has found that over half of buy to let property investors (52 per cent) do not use agents at all. The private landlord survey published last week by the government revealed that just a third (34 per cent) of private landlords use an agent for let only, while just 9 […]

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Howard de Walden Estate completes £280m private placement issue
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Howard de Walden Estates has completed a £280m private placement issue with eight institutional investors from the UK and US.

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LondonMetric reveals £150m private placement
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London Metric has entered into a £150m private bond placement which will be used to pay down part of the company’s existing unsecured credit facility.

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​Primary Health Properties issues €51m private placement
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Primary Health Properties has issued €51m (£46m) new senior secured notes.

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Derwent London agrees £250m private placement
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Derwent London has agreed a £250m private placement of unsecured notes with eight institutional investors.

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Autumn Budget 2018: private contractors face National Insurance crackdown under IR35 reform
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As part of the Autumn Budget 2018, Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced that reforms to IR35 – which previously hit the public sector – will now be rolled out to private sector businesses, meaning some contractors may see their National Insurance contributions go up. Reforms to the off-payroll working rules were introduced to the public […]

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