Group top 10 properties
Cardinal Place, SW1
Stunning trio of buildings encompassing office space and retail accommodation. This landmark site is home to 24 retailers, including a Marks & Spencer anchor store, together with blue-chip businesses.
New Street Square, EC4
Innovative offices with retail and restaurants. Recreating traditional ground-level routes, including a delightful public square, the property offers office space with attractive retail and leisure facilities.
Queen Anne's Gate, SW1
This refurbished former Home Office building is now occupied by the Ministry of Justice. It was built by Land Securities in 1977, to designs by Sir Basil Spence.
White Rose, Leeds
Award-winning shopping centre with more than 100 stores and a range of cafés and food outlets. Located on the outskirts of Leeds, it serves a large and loyal catchment ensuring a consistently strong performance from retailers.
Bankside 2&3, SE1
A contemporary office, retail and leisure space. The two buildings occupy a prime site on the South Bank, opposite the City and close to the West End, served by four major railway termini and several Underground lines.
Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth
This well known scheme comprises a Designer Outlet Centre with over 80 shops and a wide range of leisure including a cinema, bowlplex, hotel, restaurants and bars. Its historic location on Portsmouth Harbour makes it a popular destination.
Cabot Circus, Bristol
Opened in September 2008, this exceptional new retail, leisure and residential space integrates seamlessly with the city centre. It provides Bristol with the quality and choice of amenities it deserves.
St David's, Cardiff
This is now the dominant shopping centre in Cardiff. Having opened in October 2009, visitor numbers reached 20 million within its first six months and a further 40 stores have opened since launch.
Park House, W1
Due for completion in 2012, this development will occupy an entire block on Europe’s busiest high street – Oxford Street. It will boast eight floors of offices, luxurious apartments, 11 retail units and the most sought-after commercial address in London.
The Centre, Livingston
Recently extended through a £130m development, The Centre is home to more than 155 shops and five new restaurants. It is divided into distinct zones, each with its own character and style.