In a field near Sudbury Hill, west London, 140 retail experts came together to take part in the Elifar Challenge, a sports and team building event to raise money for the Elifar Foundation.
Cardiff’s emerging Local Development Plan (LDP) is long overdue, largely owing to criticisms and questions over its deliverability. Current proposals raise concerns about the scale of development; 45,400 new homes focused on four greenfield locations around the outskirts of the city by 2026.
Who in their right mind would buy a shopping centre in a secondary town or the third shopping centre in a bigger city today?
Sir, Although I agree that the business rates revaluation delay was iniquitous yet will not be reversed, I disagree that the retail sector was wrong to focus on rates in its evidence before the Business, Innovation and Skills select committee (leader, 24.05.13).
Ludgate took an early morning trip to London’s Dorchester hotel last Tuesday, where the Movers and Shakers breakfast discussion panel consisted of several residential bigwigs.
Aberdeen may benefit from North Sea oil, but it falls foul of North Sea gulls.
After a two-year gap, the Industrial Agents Society Barbecue returned to London’s Kensington Roof Gardens on Monday.
Property Week acting editor Mike Phillips was disappointed to have missed out on a potentially valuable auction lot, presided over by Allsop auctioneer Duncan Moir.
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Stanhope chief executive David Camp has spoken to PropertyWeek.com about the company’s huge development pipeline.