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Hammerson and Great Portland Estates rubbished in comparison with British Land, by Evening Standard

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"British Land has opened the gap in London's skyscraper race as it forges ahead with its £1.1 billion development programme in the capital, chief executive Chris Grigg said today.

"It's a striking contrast with Hammerson's failure to sign up CMS Cameron McKenna to its Principal Place development, and Great Portland Estates' reluctance to commit to 100 Bishopsgate."

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"Large UK shopping centres that dominate their catchment area like Meadowhall in Sheffield are highly prized by property investors, as they have so far managed to weather the tough retailing climate better than the rest of the UK.

"Australian developer Westfield, British Land and Hammerson are among parties vying to redevelop an ageing mall in Croydon, South London, illustrating the strong demand for such assets."

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