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MCR Property Group played host to the Scottish Minister for Local Government, Housing and Planning, Kevin Stewart MSP, on Monday 15 April at its mixed-use Edinburgh development, Elfin Square.
Regency Residential, the sales arm of MCR Property Group, has unveiled its ambitious growth strategy for 2019 following a successful second year in business. Since its inception in January 2017, the company has seen unprecedented growth delivering sales across schemes nationwide.
THE 2018 BUDGET: HOW WILL THE PROPERTY MARKET BE AFFECTED? The 2018 Budget will be announced and made public at 3:30pm today. There has been a fair amount of controversy over what the 2018 Budget may mean for First Time Buyers, Overseas Investors and Landlords. In this article we will make our own predictions on...
MCR Property Group is looking to convert a Victorian mill in Manchester’s New Cross into luxury apartments after acquiring a site on Mason Street.
Regency Residential, part of the MCR Property Group, is bringing phase two of its £30million mixed-use Edinburgh development to market.
A total of 228 new apartments are launching in High Wycombe as property developer Regency Residential prepares to bring to market The Old Works, its £65 million mixed-use development.
Regency Residential is aiming to complete a 12-home development in Alderley Edge by autumn this year as the scheme’s detached houses hit the market for at least £1m each.
Property developer and consultancy firm Regency Residential has delivered over £50m worth of projects in its first year.
Once home to scores of Edinburgh Council departments, Chesser House in Gorgie is now set to become a block of superflats.
Property consultancy firm, Regency Residential, part of the MCR Property Group has extended its city-centre Norwich development, Grosvenor House, with 14 luxury penthouse apartments.
The amount of rent paid by tenants in the private sector has hit a record high, with landlords generating £51.6bn in rent in 2017, according to new estimates. New figures released by Countrywide showed that amount is more than twice what was paid 10 years ago, in 2007, an increase that has largely been driven by rising rents and more people renting. A decade earlier, in 2007, the total rent was put at £22.6 billion.
The number of homeowners moving house is at the highest level in 10 years, according to analysis by Lloyds Bank, despite warnings that the level of transactions has slumped.