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Jones Lang Wootton is pleased to announce the appointment of Sue Foxley as UK Investment Research Manager based in the West End office at 22 Hanover Square Sue, who was previously Research Consultancy Manager at St Quintin wide range of investment research issues and will be leading projects to advance the understanding of the sector for the benefit of JLW clients.Commenting on the appointment Jones Lang Wootton's Director of Research Rosemary Feenan says.



We are delighted to have Sue on board here at JLW, to contribute to the development of this fundamental and growing area of the business. Guardian Properties have acquired 1000 Great West Road from Haslemere estates for a price of £17.2m reflecting an initial yield of just under 10%. comprises a total of approx 98,635 sq ft with 330 car parking spaces. The property which is fully let on nine FR&I; leases to tenants including Reuters.

Commenting on the acquisition, Alan Lynch of Guardian Properties said 1000 Great West Road meets the Fund's current criteria for higher initial returns in a strong and improving location. Jones Lang Wootton represented Guardian Properties whilst Haslemere were advised by Richard Ellis. Following submissions from interested developers Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council has selected Richardson Cordwell as their preferred developer for a major retail and leisure scheme in the centre of Nuneaton, and Dennis Harvey, Leader of the Council believes new national retailers and leisure facilities .

who have recently completed over 500,000 sq ft of retail space including schemes in York and Birmingham have joined forces on previous occasions with Cordwell in and around the Midlands the latest being a major leisure scheme of 200,000 sq ft in Broad Street, Birmingham, anchored by a Virgin Multiplex and Entertainment Centre. We are providing comprehensive conveyancing work services to our property investors who want to do know property value before buying or selling property valuer. T

To be known as The Rope Walk after a former Victorian Street which ran over the site the scheme comprising approximately 19,140 sq m (206,000 sq ft) also, link with the Market Place via Coventry Street The high quality scheme will consist of several large stores, 22 shop units major leisure space and car parking for over 550 vehicles Initial interest has already been expressed by major retailers and Richardson Cordwell anticipate commencing on site to enable pre Christmas trading in 2000 Don Richardson commented. We are delighted to be involved in this excellent opportunity to provide accommodation of a size sought by major retailers in a prime location .