Mipim15-18 March 2016, Palais des Festivals, Cannes, France
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The British Property Federation has published a six-point plan for how local governments can help unlock the potential of regional cities.
Communities secretary Greg Clark said regions must be ready to attract investors and take a ‘hard-nosed approach’, in a speech at MIPIM UK.
The government’s programme to release surplus public land for housing development and other uses is set to be extended to cover 100 local authorities, the Government Property Unit has told MIPIM UK.
Deputy mayor of London Sir Edward Lister has said he is confident of the Crossrail Two rail project going ahead, and has already secured some central government funding towards the initial stages of the project.
The property market’s biggest threat is a “black swan” event. That was the message from a panel of experts discussing the question on everybody’s lips at MIPIM UK – Where are we in the property cycle?
The centrepiece of the London stand at MIPIM UK this year is bound to attract more visitors than usual. After all, it allows property professionals to pretend they’re superman by flying through a digitally modelled London.
The council-backed Mayfield Partnership has launched its search for a development partner for its Mayfield Quarter mixed-use scheme in Manchester.
Peter Rhodes OBE is stepping down as managing director of Reed MIDEM, the group behind property confences MIPIM and MAPIC.
Shed legend John Cutt, together with his right hand man Roger Sporle and investor David Buck, talks about his new firm’s expansion plans.
Peel Land & Property has submitted plans for a 100,000 sq ft office building at Princes Dock as part of the Liverpool Waters project.
Coventry University has bought four buildings from the city council with plans for a £125m redevelopment which will see the institution expand by up to 375,000 sq ft.
CREFC Europe has appointed top real estate researcher Hans Vrensen as its consultant director for research and education.
Melanie Leech, chief executive of the British Property Federation, took time out at Mipim 2015 to speak to Property Week about her role at the event.
Flexibility, interactivity and connectivity are the three key priorities for modern office occupiers, according to a new report.
Birmingham City Council is embarking on a £500m plan to redevelop a 35-acre site in the city centre over 10 years.
London mayor Boris Johnson is seeking a development partner to build 2,000 homes on the site of a former Parcelforce depot in Newham.
The great and the good from the investment world have gathered to hear about opportunities to buy into the UK.
Plans have been revealed at Mipim for work to start at Airport City Manchester this summer on a speculative 75,000 sq ft office scheme.
Occupiers took up more grade-A space in Manchester than in any UK city outside London during 2014, according to GVA Grimley.
Falling yields on prime properties are driving interest in European real estate debt as an asset class, according to the chief executive of the CRE Finance Council in Europe.
I’m at Mipim Asia in Paris’s Asian investor presentation. The cross-channel competition for Asian capital is roughing up as the Paris panel carves up ‘les rosbifs’.
There’s nothing like a casual reference to sex to add a certain frisson to a debate.
In general, the atmosphere on the London stand at Mipim last week was extremely cheery.
Mipim brought together thousands of people from all over Europe and even the world. From conference halls to yacht parties, they all found one common language in real estate.
Walking down La Croisette in Cannes this week, you would never guess that a few short years ago, the property industry was immersed in the deepest of recessions.
After some unfortunate headlines in the Daily Mail from previous years at Mipim, councils from across the UK are working very hard to show that their time out here in the south of France is good value for the taxpayer.
Wednesday morning kicked off in great style with a lively roundtable event aboard the Arup Boat.
If you were judging global property hotspots by their presence at Mipim, Istanbul and Stockholm would definitely be winning.
Lunch with SEGRO on Radisson Blu’s seascape terrace. Around us the dancing sea and the jagged lavender coast.
Sunshine, sauvignon blanc, shed-shifters, speculative development and steaks (with English mustard).
Digby Flower, chief executive of Cushman & Wakefield in the UK, spoke to Property Week at Mipim 2015 to explain how London is leading the way in the European property market.
Unlike previous years, the flags dripping off the faces of the Croissette’s hotels are advertising cities we’ve actually heard of.
“Now is the time to invest in Cardiff.” This is the message being spread by the development community at MIPIM today after the grand unveiling of the Cardiff model.
While life is good right now, this year’s MIPIM has an air of realism about it.
Mipim is all about conversations, and lots of them.
Just a few more days to go until the Glastonbury of the property world, the annual jamboree that is Mipim.