Grainger Plc, the UK’s largest build-to-rent company, has invested £28m in a new development hot on the heels of Chancellor Philip Hammond’s announcement yesterday that the government is to spend £8bn supporting build-to-rent and private housebuilding.The company, which saw its share price rise following both announcements, says it is to finance the building of, and then own, Grainger’s Yard in Birmingham.“We are pleased today to announce our latest investment in one of our key target locations,” says Chief Executive Helen Gordon (pictured, left).It’s a 156-apartment block of purpose-built, privately-rented homes on the fringes of the city’s fast-gentrifying central Jewellery Quarter (pictured, right).The acquisition is part of a plan to invest £850m in the sector over the next three years, and in addition to £389m already spent this year including a £100m development in Salford, £57.3m development in Kew, London and a £40m property in Leeds.Newcastle-based Grainger is leading the built-to-rent charge in the UK, spurred on by a Conservative government keen on the sector’s ability to provide privately-funded rental apartments in large number at zero cost to the Treasury.Although the Chancellor didn’t mention it in his speech, build-to-rent is a key plank in the government’s plans to provide the 300,000 additional homes needed every year in the UK to keep up with demand – twice the current number of new homes for sale or rent being built at the moment.The company has a net rental income of £37.4m a year and has 8,600 homes under management worth £2.63 billion, half of which are in London.grainger helen gordon Build to Rent apartments build-to-rent November 23, 2017Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Latest build-to-rent project announced by fast-expanding Grainger Plc previous nextLatest build-to-rent project announced by fast-expanding Grainger PlcNew 156-apartment project in Birmingham follows Chancellor’s £8bn backing for build-to-rent sector.Nigel Lewis23rd November 201703,189 Views
10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The National Credit Union Foundation is accepting applications for scholarships to attend its 2017 Credit Union Development Education program.Due to popular demand, the Foundation will again hold four classes due to popular demand and have a waiting/notification list of more than 350 credit union professionals. The last two training sessions sold within weeks.The foundation’s unique DE Training provides critical lessons in cooperative principles, credit union philosophy and international development issues while incorporating challenges credit unions face today.The scholarship committee will accept applications from all interested candidates. However, special attention will be given to those applicants from small credit unions of $35 million or less and those from small leagues or associations. continue reading »
Although deathsand grave threats of marine animals, especially turtles, may possibly be causedby boats and ships due to its propellers, other factors could include humanintervention such as killing them to harvest their eggs for consumption and sellingthe carapace for souvenirs, getting tangled in fishing nets, and the presenceof plastics swept by our turtles. “Our Departmentalways supports the protection and conservation of our marine animals. It is agrieving moment to know some of the marine animal species dies in a violentway. We however continue with our conservation efforts to boost the turtlepopulation such as protecting their hatching areas. I therefore encourage all tostop throwing garbage into oceans that slowly but surely kill our marineanimals especially turtles,” said Department of Environment and NaturalResources regional executive director for Western Visayas Francisco E. Milla,Jr./PN A carcass ofa female Green sea turtle was found off shores of Fairways and Bluewater Boracayin Boracay Island at noontime on Jan. 2, 2020. It was identified as fairlydecomposed and has an unpleasant smell with its organs detached, coming out fromthe center of its carapace that had been sliced. Its death may have been possiblycaused by the propellers of boats or ships which crashed on its back, splittingit in two. The carcass was buried after the investigation conducted by theCommunity Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) in Boracay Island. It wasunfortunate to start the year witnessing a female Green sea turtle found deadin the shores of a resort in Boracay Island and a week later, another one was foundat Cauayan, Negros Occidental. IT’S A grievingsight ever to see carcasses especially to those animal lovers and advocates whohelp protect and conserve species and boost its population. Green seaturtles (Chelonia mydas) are one ofthe world’s largest species of turtle that can live up to 80 years in the wild ifnot harmed. They feed on marine plants such as seaweeds and sea grass. It isconsidered endangered (E) by the International Union for Conservation of Nature(IUCN). Photo shows a severely wounded green sea turtle found dead in the waters of Brgy. Tuyom, Cauayan, Negros Occidental. The carcass of a female Green sea turtle evidently shows some discoloration and its carapace was split at the center, showing a detached organ. It was found at the back beach of Fairways and Bluewater Boracay. Meanwhile,on the afternoon of January 13th, an overpowering smell alarmed the residentsof Brgy. Tuyom, Cauayan, NegrosOccidental as they saw a giant carcass of a female Green sea turtle on theshores of the barangay coastal area. It has a carapace length of 90 centimetersand width of 75 centimeters. CENRO Kabankalan personnel seen discoloration onits carapace and flippers; its organs were not intact and they identified it asseverely decomposed. The carcass was buried one meter deep, after investigationwas made.
Serie B club Palermo announced the deal with a short statement on their official website which read: “Goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano has been released to Arsenal on loan with the option to buy.” A product of the Brescia youth system, Viviano went on to play for the club for five years before signing Bologna, with Inter Milan purchasing 50 per cent of his registration before the move. He went on to spend a season at the San Siro but a knee injury curtailed his first-team opportunities in Milan with a move to Palermo completed in 2012. The club were relegated to Serie B last season but Viviano spent the campaign on loan at Fiorentina, who finished fourth in Serie A. Wenger has already added the free transfer signings of forward Yaya Sanogo and the returning Mathieu Flamini and has now strengthened another key position at the Emirates Stadium. Wenger revealed his delight at being able to bring Viviano to north London, admitting the goalkeeper had been on his radar. “Viviano is a player that we have rated for some time and we are very pleased to have signed him on loan,” he told arsenal.com. “He’s experienced and has proved himself at a high level, and provides us with excellent cover to our existing goalkeepers.” The 27-year-old Italy international becomes Arsene Wenger’s third signing of the summer and will compete with Wojciech Szczesny to be the Frenchman’s first-choice stopper for the remainder of the campaign. Wenger is believed to have had a long-standing interest in Viviano as he looks to create competition in between the posts for Arsenal, with Lukasz Fabianski also available as an option. Press Association Palermo have confirmed that goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano has signed a season-long loan deal with Arsenal, with the Gunners having the option to make the deal permanent.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on August 29, 2017 at 3:58 pm Contact: [email protected] | @jtbloss SU appeared in five bowl games during MacPherson’s 10-year tenure and overall, his teams combined for a 66-46-4 record. Syracuse was ranked as high as fourth in a national poll during his tenure.MacPherson, a Korean War veteran, is known for catapulting the Syracuse program into national prominence, which extended beyond his time as coach, into the 1990s. In 1987-88, SU finished 11-0 in the regular season and tied Auburn, 16-16, in the Sugar Bowl. He was consensus pick for National Coach of the Year. Over his final four seasons, SU went 36-10-3.His success at the college level launched a career in the NFL. After the 1990 season, he was named head coach of the New England Patriots. He coached there for two seasons before retiring. Comments Syracuse football will wear a patch on its uniforms this season in memory of the late Dick MacPherson, who coached SU from 1981-1990. MacPherson died earlier this month. He was 86.The orange patch features orange lettering that reads “Mac,” a nod to MacPherson’s nickname of “Coach Mac.” The same design will also appear on the Carrier Dome’s turf.In a statement, SU athletic director John Wildhack called the patches “a tribute to the lasting impact (MacPherson) had on Syracuse University.”
Published on November 27, 2018 at 1:07 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] Syracuse (9-3, 6-2 Atlantic Coast) freshman safety Andre Cisco has been named ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year.Cisco was the only freshman on the First-Team All-ACC and his seven interceptions ranks him in a tie for first in the nation with Boston College’s Hamp Cheevers. Cisco also added nine pass breakups, which makes his 16 passes defended the second-best in the FBS by a freshman, and it also sets a new program record at SU.Cisco also earned one vote for ACC Rookie of the Year, which went to Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence. Cisco is SU’s first ACC individual award winner since Syracuse joined the conference in 2013 and the first individual recipient of a major conference award since Dwight Freeney shared Big East Defensive Player of the Year honors with Miami’s Ed Reed in 2001. Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text