Monthly Archives: October 2011

Spurs Olympic rental could solve a raft of problems …

As the dust settles and those interested in the Olympic regeneration opportunity try to piece together just what is behind the collapse of West Ham/Newham’s bid for the stadium, an interesting thought springs to mind (well was helpfully placed in … Continue reading

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‘Jarndyced’ view on West Ham Stadium collapse

It is hard to know where to start in response to news that the deal to sell the Olympic Stadium to West Ham and Newham has collapsed. My first view is that surely the months upon months of negotiations and … Continue reading

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An investors guide to the OPLC’s Olympic Park plans

I have written voluminously this morning on the potential investment opportunities for developers at the Olympic Park now that the OPLC has officially unveiled and lodged its planning application. There is plenty to be interested in, not least the next … Continue reading

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Westfield’s Stratford offices proving occupiers will come east …

There is a lot happening in and around the Olympics Park just now, so time for a quick update on some of the more important elements. I was at the launch yesterday of One Stratford Place, Westfield’s first 130,000 sq … Continue reading

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Inter IKEA’s massive east London push

I met up with Inter Ikea boss Harald Muller last week to discuss the company’s plans for major investment in the UK and in particular east London. Talking to other developers and property people in the area, this is a … Continue reading

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