Robert Millar, group land director at housebuilder Cala Homes, was today expected to announce that he will retire in September, after 28 years at the company.
Spending by businesses on relocating senior staff around the world rose in 2012, boosted by activity in Asia.
Industrial developer Segro held an exhibition on 18 April at the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) to exhibit art created during the fifth year of its Young Artists programme.
The RICS will begin a series of “roadshows” at the end of this month to promote its revamped ethics module, as part of its continuing professional development (CPD) programme.
Cushman & Wakefield has appointed three new agents to boost its Turkish operations.
Number of internships rises to 45 and includes all-expenses-paid global and multidisciplinary placements. Hardeep Sandher reports
Hear chief executives, managing directors, journalists and lawyers involved in the property industry give their predictions for 2013.
Hear chief executives, managing directors, journalists and lawyers involved in the property industry talk about their career highlights.
Hear chief executives, managing directors, journalists and lawyers involved in the property industry give their advice to graduates coming into the industry.
Property financier turns table to help feed Indian school children.
John Forrester, chief executive EMEA at DTZ, reveals his working day is even longer since the firm’s takeover by Australian parent UGL — with midnight conference calls to Los Angeles and Sydney every week.
Bank to tailor university’s property finance masters. Hardeep Sandher reports
Jones Lang LaSalle will appoint three new board members for its UK business and a managing director for its business in Poland on 1 April 2013.
The property industry’s poor record on employing anyone other than white, expensively educated men, is long overdue a radical reform. Hardeep Sandher reports
New chief executive to draw on retail background to embrace technology and modernise agency.
In the latest in our 1st Friday series for younger readers, Hardeep Sandher discovers that profession is in bottom 10 of career choices for school children
Norwood, the charity that supports disadvantaged children, adults and families, has revealed the shortlist for its Young Norwood Property Awards.
In the latest in our 1st Friday series for younger readers, Property Week catches up with Women in Property winners past and present
With more candidates chasing fewer jobs, the struggle continues for property graduates. Hardeep Sandher reports.Photographs by Tom Harford Thompson
The Sociable Surveyors graduate internship scheme began a second round of placements this summer, Lindsay Watling meets Sociable Surveyors’ jet-setting interns.
View the winning video applications from the Sociable Surveyors global internship scheme.
New president determined to emphasise body’s modern approach. Emma Haslett reports
In the latest in our monthly 1st Friday series for young property people, Hardeep Sandher talks to Bywater Properties’ Richard Walker about his latest joint venture to invest €75m in Polish retail
What makes a successful developer-architect? Sarah Stewart reports from 2012’s Young Norwood event
On the day in January when unemployment among 16-to-24-year-olds reached a 19-year high of 1.02 million, Property Week visited Reading University to meet the next set of job seekers who will have to battle such statistics.
Helen Casey, project manager at the Legacy Portfolio, last night won the annual CoreNet Global UK and Property Week essay competition. Here we present her entry
Developers will have to accommodate the social practices of younger workers in designing offices for the future.