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OneWeb

Virgin-backed tech pioneer picks London for international hub

18 August 2017 0:00 am

US satellite telecoms start-up OneWeb - which is promising to revolutionise the way the world receives broadband - is set to open its first office in London in a huge vote of confidence in the UK tech community.

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China looks to limit investment in overseas property

18 August 2017 5:40 pm

The Chinese government has issued fresh guidelines to regulate overseas investments that could further restrict companies seeking to invest in real estate outside the country.    

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Two landlords to knock down parts of their shopping malls

18 August 2017 0:00 am

Landlords of two shopping centres in the North West are planning to demolish parts of their schemes in the face of high vacancy rates.

Cyclebar

Cyclebar sets the wheels in motion for UK market debut

18 August 2017 0:00 am

One of the largest indoor cycling studio brands in the US is gearing up for its UK debut and is on the hunt for at least 50 sites - mainly outside the capital.

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Brent Cross to welcome Orla Kiely debut store

18 August 2017 2:13 pm

Dublin designer Orla Kiely has signed to open her first shopping centre pop-up store at Hammerson and Standard Life’s Brent Cross Shopping Centre.

Larry Lipman, managing director of Safeland

Safeland FD quits firm

18 August 2017 8:46 am

Mark Beveridge, finance director and company secretary at Safeland, is set to leave the firm to pursue new business interests.

Mark Allnutt

Mark Allnutt to head up UK business at build-to-rent specialist Greystar

18 August 2017 0:00 am

Build-to-rent giant Greystar has appointed Mark Allnutt to head up its business in the UK.

Burton Gateway

St Modwen signs first letting at Burton park

18 August 2017 0:00 am

St Modwen has secured the first letting at its 1m sq ft industrial and distribution scheme Burton Gateway commercial business park in Burton-on-Trent.

Central Hall, Birmingham

New aparthotel firm funds first schemes

18 August 2017 0:00 am

A new aparthotel firm called Stow-Away has secured financing for its first two projects in Birmingham and London.

Construction

Let councils borrow to build quality new homes, urges LGA

18 August 2017 1:01 pm

Councils must be allowed to borrow money to build quality homes, according to the Local Government Authority (LGA).

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China looks to limit investment in overseas property

18 August 2017

The Chinese government has issued fresh guidelines to regulate overseas investments that could further restrict companies seeking to invest in real estate outside the country.    

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Larry Lipman, managing director of Safeland

Safeland FD quits firm

Mark Beveridge, finance director and company secretary at Safeland, is set to leave the firm to pursue new business interests.

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Consultants’ move into fund management raises concern

18 August 2017

Consultants who advise pension funds on their investments are courting controversy by moving into the territory of fund managers.

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Property Week Digital Edition - 18 August 2017

18 August 2017

Satellite schemes - Help to Buy - Flood risk - Peter Miller interview - Occupiers focus

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PW Perspectives - Summer 2017

8 June 2017

Thought-leadership essays from Mike Cook (Yardi), Rod Lockhart (LendInvest Capital) and more

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RESI 2017: Calling all disruptors

3 August 2017

RESI 2017 is set to be the most important yet. Property Week has lined up the biggest names in property and politics to assess the housing landscape in the wake of the general election and appointment of Alok Sharma as housing minister alongside lots of new features for 2017 including a proptech stream, first-ever #RESIdebate ...

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RESI 2017: Thanet DC on why resi needs local authorities invested & investing Video

18 August 2017

Property Week has not only lined up the biggest names in property and politics for RESI 2017, the Housing & Finance Institute is also partnering with this year’s event and will be bringing along a number of local authorities who want to do business with you.

Find out more about this year's event

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Richard Williams

White City is certainly no white elephant

18 August 2017

Amid all the posturing from the banks over their future in London ahead of Brexit, one sector that seems to be immune to the negotiation fallout is the tech community.

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Flexible Offices

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Large firms increasingly turning to flexible space providers

18 August 2017

Back in April, shared workspace provider WeWork made headlines in New York when it announced that it had signed up IBM - one of the world’s biggest corporations - to take the entirety of 88 University Place in Greenwich Village.

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The rising tide of flood risk

18 August 2017

Despite the huge costs incurred after the storms of the past decade, building in flood-risk areas is on the rise. Property Week asks why and analyses the measures being taken to mitigate the threat.

Richard Tice

Self-regulation is better than government intervention

18 August 2017

Experience shows that the longer sharp practices that rip off people or other businesses continue, the bigger the fall when the government intervenes.

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Top 10 Banks UK

UK market for syndicated real estate loans slumps

17 August 2017

The volume of syndicated commercial property loans in the UK more than halved in the first half of 2017.

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Food and drink market starts to cool after years of growth

17 August 2017

The market for food and drink outlets is reaching saturation point after years of expansion, according to Colliers International.

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