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Adam Benzine Freelance

Property Week

Stories by this contributor.

  • Stumbling bloc

    International supplement 2006 Eng

    Overseas investment in Belgrade is being hampered by excessive red tape, land-ownership issues, money-launderers and the cultural legacy of the Milosevic era. Adam Benzine reports

  • Spit and polish

    15 September 2006

    Spitalfields’ edgy reputation as a fashion hot spot is leading to rising rents.

  • A new departure

    08 September 2006

    Henry Boot has overcome the restrictive rules of motorway service station development with its airport lounge-style Stop 24 scheme in Kent.

  • Swayfields to build UK’s largest services

    08 September 2006

    Developer to construct four services areas for more than £100m

  • The market in minutes

    08 September 2006

    Adam Benzine gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • Changing of the Shard

    11 August 2006

    Transport for London’s widely anticipated prelet is set to give the offices, residential and hotel mix that is the ‘Shard’ a new lease of life.

  • Hitchcox plans towers north by north-west

    11 August 2006

    Manhattan Loft founder to build £130m Manchester scheme and Europe’s tallest resi tower in Leeds

  • Opaque practice

    11 August 2006

    Brokers and property managers may soon be forced to reveal how much commission they receive for arranging insurance.

  • Transport for London to occupy the Shard

    9 August 2006

    TFL has signed up to become the first office occupier at the Shard, London Bridge

  • A whole new bowl game

    21 July 2006

    The success of All Star Lanes in Bloomsbury is driving the boutique bowling outfit to open two new London sites.

  • ‘Growth engine’ east London to get £100m

    14 July 2006

    Government to give development corporation two-year funding package

  • Priory target

    14 July 2006

    Does Turnstone’s ambitious speculative development in Chelmsford signal the end of the town’s back-office days? Adam Benzine reports

  • Refugee home

    14 July 2006

    Rosemound has revealed more about its home for displaced Olympic zone occupiers.

  • Taking Liberty

    14 July 2006

    Will Stratford hit Romford’s Liberty shopping centre? Hammerson is not hanging around to find out.

  • The market in minutes

    14 July 2006

    Adam Benzine gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region

  • Six years and counting

    30 June 2006

    Property Week, its sister magazine Building and law firm Clifford Chance were the hosts for 200 readers at Six Years and Counting, a conference exploring opportunities from the 2012 London Olympics on 15 June. Adam Benzine reports on how silver medal-winning javelin thrower Steve Backley launched events that involved top developers and the man in charge of the games.


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