Telereal Trillium has submitted a planning application to the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham (LBHF) for the regeneration of the former Shepherd’s Bush Police Station site on Uxbridge Road.
Telereal Trillium has submitted a planning application to redevelop Friary House in Southampton to provide 88 high-quality studio, one and two-bed apartments.
An application to breathe life back into the vacant former Tooting Police Station has been submitted to Merton Council. Building owner Telereal Trillium has put forward plans to bring the Grade II Listed building back into use, creating 62 new 1,2 and 3-bedroom homes on Mitcham Road.
Telereal Trillium has completed the sale of a 28-acre industrial site in Manchester Road, Heywood to leading global developer and investor in commercial real estate, Trammell Crow Company.
Telereal Trillium’s investment team continues an active start to 2022 with the completion of transactions totalling c£17m.
Telereal Trillium has let, on a temporary basis, an industrial unit at Chancel Close to Gloucestershire County Council to support the Council’s Ukraine Humanitarian relief effort. The new location has been set up after the use of a previous warehouse came to an end.
Telereal Trillium’s plans to redevelop the government buildings complex on Flowers Hill and create up to 160 new homes have been approved by Bristol City Council’s planning committee.
CBRE Investment Management has simultaneously exchanged and completed the acquisition of the freehold of an industrial site at 110 Europa Boulevard, Warrington from Telereal Trillium.
Telereal Trillium is inviting offers for its Peel Park site in Blackpool. The site, which is being sold by GL Hearn, Manchester on behalf of Telereal Trillium, encompasses 7.68 acres at Peel Park, an established commercial location in the Fylde area of Blackpool which benefits from excellent transport links.
The international business of Federated Hermes’ Hestia brand will work with London Square’s Square Roots to deliver the homes. The site has been acquired from Telereal Trillium and forms the first phase of a wider plan for the mixed-use, residential-led development, with a total of 505 homes.
Telereal Trillium has bought eight recently constructed, freehold public houses from Aviva Investors for £21.225m, reflecting a net initial yield of 5.87%.
Telereal Trillium has completed the purchase of the former Shepherd’s Bush Police Station from the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) for £5.5M.