The spirit of the London 2012 Olympic Games should inspire the private and public sectors to excel together, said Richard McCarthy, executive director of property and infrastructure at Capita, in the opening address of the Property Week Public ...
View all of the highlights from the Public Property Summit in association with Capita, which took place in London in May.
Property Week speaks to exhibitors and delegates across the show in Cannes (15-18 March 2016) about the benefits of attending Mipim and their key highlights from this year’s event.
Speaking at Mipim 2016, Colliers International’s Head of EMEA Research Damian Harrington talks about opportunities within pan-European logistics ahead of the Brexit vote including deep water ports, urban logistics and cross-docking as well as where there is huge latent demand for new development activity across Europe.
Speaking at Mipim 2016, Cluttons’ Middle East Chief Executive Steve Morgan talks to Property Week about the benefits of attending Mipim alongside the impact of fluctuating oil prices and government funding on Middle Eastern investment into the UK property market.
Speaking at Mipim 2016, the chief executive of Residential Land tells Property Week why he attends Mipim, how Brexit and stamp duty changes will impact the market in 2016 and what Resi Land’s strategy will be during the year ahead.
Speaking at Mipim 2016, Mark Granger, Scott Harkness and Nick Taylor from Carter Jonas talk about how the upcoming referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union could create uncertainty within the commercial property market.
Property Week editor Liz Hamson takes a look around the show and asks what this year’s big talking points will be.
The candidates for Mayor of London pitched themselves to the property industry this week as they traded blows on key election issues at the annual LandAid debate.
A video has been released to show the extensive clearance programme to make way for Birmingham city centre’s Paradise scheme.
Delancey and LRC Group have been given the go-ahead for a 600,000 sq ft office scheme at Royal Mint Court near the Tower of London.
Two shopping centres worth a combined £260m have been pulled from the market as investor demand slows following the EU referendum.