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In what is believed to be an industry first, British Land recently organised a conference for its suppliers and advisers.
HM Treasury has responded to Property Week’s Call Off Duty campaign this week acknowledging industry concerns - as leading industry figures announced they have commissioned research to put the case for reform.
The economic value of London’s architecture sector was revealed for the first time last week in new research published by the mayor of London’s economics team in partnership with the London Festival of Architecture (LFA).
- Perspectives introduction - Mipim 2017
- Workspaces for smaller firms in the capital are increasingly under threat
- Call Off Duty: petition for reforms to stamp duty tax
- Mayor’s proposed changes to viability system will ‘increase transparency’
- Salaries and bonuses take a hit as Brexit vote bites
- Planning inspectors keep housebuilders guessing on small-site exemptions
- Flying high: Howard Phillips interview
As part of our pre-election coverage, this week we’re publishing the results of a survey of our readers, detailing voting intention, preferred outcome in the event of another hung parliament and what policy changes would make the most difference to policy.
Sometimes, just sometimes, it’s possible to feel sorry for our political lords and masters. Such was the case yesterday at the London Property Summit.