British Land has launched the British Land Kids Cricket Inclusive League with charity Capital Kids Cricket.
When we attempt to examine the impact the recent welfare reforms will have on Housing Associations (HA’s) and the income they generated from existing housing stock, and factor in the reduced support from the government and decreased bank lending, it isn’t hard to see why many HA’s are looking for ways to diversify their income streams and maximise returns from assets unlikely to be affected by these reforms and developments.
It’s true that the commercial property sector hasn’t had an easy path since the global financial crisis of 2008. Prices fell by a staggering amount and remain lower than pre credit crunch highs.
Sir, I couldn’t agree more with your article titled, “Portas pilots suffer from ‘disastrous’ rates decision” (PropertyWeek.com, 07.05.13).
The sartorially savvy residential developer, Tom Bloxham, showed his appreciation for fine art earlier this month when he purchased “the Field” — a painting with Rothko-esque colour blocking used in Property Week’s Site Life Competition in 2010.
On hearing that OM Property Management had given its staff pedometers, Ludgate thought this was a rather cheeky and roundabout way of trying to get their stay into shape.
Tannoy announcement of the day at Sunday’s National Surveyors Rugby Sevens tournament came from one of the event organisers, Christopher Mackaness.
Will Hunting, asset manager at M7 Real Estate, pointed out to Ludgate that when M7 did its own version of the Harlem Shake (pictured), its industrial team was behind it, just as was the case in the Colliers Harlem Shake.
Property Week Podcast
Clive Dutton OBE joined James Max in Property Week’s podcast to discuss his part in regenerating East London and Birmingham, while the man who led the sale of Battersea Power Station stopped by for a chat about the 2013 Resi Awards.