CoStar Review: The Year the Real Estate Rule Book Was Torn UpNews
Long Harbour's CEO, William Astor, joins CoStar News to reflects on the winners and losers in an unforgettable year
Resi Awards 2020News
Congratulations and good luck to everyone shortlisted at tonight's Resi Awards 2020.
Brave new town: inside the transformation of Fawley power stationNews
Fawley Waterside, part of Long Harbour's Opportunistic Investment Programme, features in the Financial Times' House and Home section. The vast Modernist building near Southampton is being developed into a ‘new town’ — where the New Forest meets Trieste
Long Harbour has been a proud INREV member since 2018News
In response to frequent request from members, INREV has launched a member logo for members to display on their website and show their membership and commitment to the European non-listed real estate community.
£33.5 million apartment scheme at Chatham Waters tops outNews
On 21st September 2020, Long Harbour celebrated the topping out of 193 one, two and three bedroom apartments at mixed-use, regeneration scheme, Chatham Waters with Peel L&P and construction partner Russell WBHO.
Long Harbour European Secured Income I Fund (LHESIF) completes first transaction despite COVID-19News
Long Harbour's European Secured Income I Fund concluded its first transaction notwithstanding COVID-19 on 13th March 2020.
Long Harbour closes £156m forward funding agreement for Built to Rent scheme at Tottenham Hale with Berkeley Square Developments, advised by Knight Frank.News
Long Harbour has commercially completed its second forward funding deal with Berkeley Square Developments in Tottenham Hale, North London. The deal represents a total investment of £156mn and will create 315 high quality new homes for rent.
Fawley Waterside passes planning committeeNews
The New Forest District Council and The New Forest National Park Authority voted in favour of Fawley Waterisde and the project passed planning committee on Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th July.
Appointment of Stephen HockadayNews
Long Harbour appoints Stephen Hockaday as Senior Adviser for the Built Environment