Land Aid MIPIM Tennis

15th March, Cannes, France. Played in aid of Landaid.

LandAid MIPIM Tennis Classic is a competitive round-robin doubles tennis tournament in aid of LandAid. This charitable foundation, supported by the property industry, works to end youth homelessness in the UK.

Now in its third year, the prestigious event will again take place during MIPIM, the world’s premier real estate expo, on the morning of Wednesday 15th March 2017 at Cannes Tennis Club behind the famous Martinez Hotel, a few minutes from the Croisette and Palais.

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The omens are good for the property industry

7 April 2017

The month of March, dominated by Mipim, tends to act as the annual barometer of the property market, a bellwether of sentiment for the rest of the year. However, can we extend this analogy to incorporate the entire property cycle?

Mipim Editor’s Dinner

Mipim Editor’s Dinner: reasons to be cheerful Video

30 March 2017

Property leaders at Mipim were surprisingly bullish about UK property prospects in the brave new Brexit world.


Cannes serves up a classic Video

29 March 2017

The property sector descended on Cannes Tennis Club earlier this month for the third annual Mipim Tennis Classic in support of LandAid.

Gareth Lewis PwC

Video: PwC's Gareth Lewis on emerging trends in real estate Video

24 March 2017

Following publication of ‘Emerging Trends in Real Estate (global) 2017’ report by PwC and the Urban Land Institute, real estate director Gareth Lewis speaks exclusively to Property Week at Mipim 2017 about the key findings and trends.


Sun shines at Mipim as senior leaders get down to business

24 March 2017

What a difference a bit of nice weather makes. The mood at Mipim this year was far more upbeat than last year when ‘Washout Wednesday’ - and the then chancellor George Osborne’s announcement of a 1% increase in stamp duty on commercial property - put a real dampener on things.

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