Sigma Capital

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Private rental sector and build to rent residential and urban regeneration specialist Sigma Capital Group has strengthened its team with four new appointments across Manchester, London and Edinburgh. Following Sigma’s acquisition by pan-European private equity specialist PineBridge Benson Elli

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Edinburgh-based private rental homes specialist Sigma Capital Group has hailed its “continuing good progress” as it prepares to be acquired by a pan-European property specialist. Earlier this month, an agreement was reached on the terms for a recommended cash offer for Sigma by PineBridg

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Edinburgh-based PRS property investor Sigma Capital has expanded its Edinburgh team with four new starters across its development, finance and administration teams. Kenny Brewster has joined Sigma from Knight Frank as associate property director, assisting with the development and delivery of P

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Springfield Properties is to deliver its first homes for Scotland’s private rented sector (PRS) and is targeting the release of hundreds of homes over the coming years. The housebuilder has signed a collaboration agreement with urban regeneration specialist Sigma to kick-start the process.

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Edinburgh-headquartered residential development and urban regeneration specialist Sigma Capital Group has announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary has secured a further £200 million funding boost to invest in new-build homes for the private rented sector. Sigma PRS Management

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Edinburgh property group Sigma has launched a new Scottish Government-backed fund to invest in Scotland’s private rented sector. The Sigma Scottish PRS Fund will have initial resources of £43 million, with £30m provided by the Scottish Government’s Building Scotland Fund in t

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PRS and urban regeneration specialist Sigma Capital has taken a big step towards becoming a key player in England’s private rented sector after agreeing a £45 million funding deal with the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA). The agreement with the executive public body, which is sponsored by the

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