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All that customers need to do is pick the privilege web conveyancing services firm for them. The Market Street deal which was agreed by Tom Laidlaw and Richer Cross on the day before Christmas Eve was exchanged and completed in 3 weeks. MEPC plc, one of the UK's largest property investment development groups, today announces that it has won a competitive, tender to acquire Swindon's Brunel Shopping Centre, for approximately £90 million.

The Brunel Centre is a 49,000 sq m (527,500 sq ft), 1970s shopping centre refurbished in 1996. James Tuckey, Chief Executive of MEPC, said: "This is a perfect investment for MEPC as it accords exactly with our retail strategy to acquire dominant shopping centres in huge, irowmg towns where we can nuke a difference. Ted Johnson, head of MEPC's retail team added: We believe the Brunel Centre offers great opportunities for us to further improve the shopping environment in the town in partnership with Swindon Borough Council.

Completefoods Ltd trading as Noho is to open a contemporary-design, New Asian restaurant at O2, the new 27,222 sq m (293,025 sq ft) leisure and retail centre developed by Burford Group PLC in London NW3. Noho has agreed a new 25-year lease on the 240 sq m (2,588 sq ft) unit located on Level 2 of the development under the name Noho2. A stepped rent, rising to £349 per sq m (£32.50 per sq ft) in the third year, has been agreed. The three-level centre is anchored by an eight-screen Warner Village multiplex cinema, London's largest Sainsbury's superstore, an Esporta health & fitness club and Books etc.

In addition, there are 10 restaurants and bar/cafe's including Capital Radio Cafe, Yo! Sushi, Babe Ruth's and Old Orleans. The centre is themed on 'the great outdoors inside' and features more than 800 sq m of sculpted rock surfacing and the largest known free-to-view aquarium in the UK with more than 200 freshwater and tropical fish. Comments Duncan Phillips of Burford: Noho brings a complementary and popular restaurant offer to what is already an outstanding range of restaurants, bars and cafes.

Fisher Hargreaves Proctor acting on behalf of a local investor, have concluded the restructuring of the former Birdcage premises at 24 Bridlesmith Gate. Nottingham. The premises were refurbished, extended and let to Coast Ladies Wear which is part of Oasis Stores plc, on a 20 year lease at a rent of £75,000 per annum. Fisher Hargreaves Proctor were instructed to sell the investment which was sold to Celexa Real Estate Investment on behalf of Forsakrinysbolaget SPP Omsesidigt represented by Phillips Wilks & Partners of London.

The price reflects a yield of 5.7% after the usual purchaser's costs, with the letting reflecting a Zone A rent of £122. Fisher Hargreaves Proctor represented the landlord throughout, whilst the landlords were represented in the letting and sale in legal terms by Freeth Cartwright Hunt Dickins' Nottingham office. Following negotiations with La Salle Investment Management on behalf of the landlord Coal Pension Properties Limited, Storey Sons & Parker have negotiated a new lease of No. 78 North Road, Durham for Coral Racing Limited. The unit occupies a prime position on North Road close to Going Places, Boots the Chemist and Halifax Building Society.

Marylebone Warwick Balfour Group Plc ("MWB") today announces that on behalf of the MWB Leisure Fund 11 it is forward purchasing the 190,000 sq ft Norwich Riverside commercial leisure park, currently being developed jointly by Railtrack Property and Gazeley Properties, for £33.5m. The leisure park forms part of a 40 acre redevelopment scheme that includes an 82,000 sq ft Morrisons superstore, 160,000 sq ft of non-food retail and 200 residential units.