Features, analysis, big interviews and video - in-depth articles on the property sector.

Big Interviews

Sally Duggleby

Sally’s new army: Sally Duggleby interview

There are plenty of examples in the agency world of people who have previously worked for landlords, developers or both.

Symmetry Park, Swindon

Fearless symmetry: db symmetry interview

Christian Matthews tells Property Week why db symmetry is confident its spec development push will pay dividends.

Westgate Oxford

Centre forward: Landsec interview

Landsec’s Scott Parsons has spent three years pursuing a new retail strategy. He tells Property Week what it entails and what impact it has had.

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Professional and legal features

Marks  Spencer

Happy, healthy and hard-working: new programme helps retailers boost wellbeing

Last week, the UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC) launched the second iteration of its Wellbeing Lab programme.

Company dispute

Now that tribunal fees are unlawful, it's time to evaluate risk

The Supreme Court has unanimously allowed Unison’s appeal against the legality of the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal fee system, marking an end to the trade union’s four-year fight.

8-10 Broadway, New Scotland Yard

Scotland Yard verdict demonstrates Khan’s tough stance on affordable housing provision

London mayor Sadiq Khan has laid down a marker on affordable housing and viability assessments in the capital by rejecting an amended proposal for the former New Scotland Yard building.

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JLL Food

Retail & Leisure: JLL directors assess the food market Video

11 September 2017 | Updated: 16 September 2017

“Food and beverage has shifted from a nice to have to a must have” - get the latest insights from JLL’s Richard Moulds (associate director, Foodservice Consulting), Michael Webb (director, London Retail), Jenny Tuleby (director, EMEA Retail) and Kelly Temple (associate director, Shopping Centres) on the growing trend for food & beverage investment.

Anil Khera Node

RESI 2017: Anil Khera interview Video

15 September 2017

Former Blackstone director Anil Khera talks exclusively to Property Week about re-inventing renting with his Node platform after appearing at RESI 2017 in a session on BTR.

RESI gala dinner

RESI 2017: Gala dinner highlights Video

15 September 2017

After a day engaged in the housing sector’s most important conversation to date, the RESI 2017 gala dinner helped celebrate the residential sector’s successes and support of British Red Cross.

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Property Analysis


Top 10 takeaways: what the industry learned at RESI 2017 Video

This year’s RESI took place at a testing time for the residential property market.

Hospital surgical operation

Is health tourism dying or is sector prognosis still good?

In the past two weeks, private health tourism to the UK has been variously hailed as underpinning an investment transaction on Harley Street and lambasted as one of the main reasons for halting the development of a new private hospital.


RESI 2017: hack to the future

Modern Methods of Disruption was the theme of RESI 2017 and nowhere was the power of the disruptors more evident than at Property Week’s rst-ever RESI Hackathon. .

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Property market features

Tesco petrol station forecourt

Convenience culture fuels demand for forecourt shopping

21 September 2017

In May, the vice-president of BP’s European retail division, Alex Jensen, made a very telling statement. In the UK, she said, half of BP’s customers don’t even buy petrol when they visit a filling station. “Fifteen years ago it was just fuel,” she said. Now people are there to shop as well.

Skoda car dealership

Q&A: Andy Bruce on how the car dealership is changing

20 September 2017

Real estate is so interconnected with the political and economic framework that even small fluctuations and wobbles can be felt. So when a major destabilising change such as the Brexit vote happens, followed by this year’s ambiguous general election result, it can mean big changes for industries and their property requirements.

Paradise Birmingham

How Paradise Birmingham is taking shape

15 September 2017

Paradise isn’t a word often associated with Britain’s second city, but it is hoped that soon Paradise Birmingham, one of the most significant office-led projects in the city’s history, will be something of the sort for the city centre workers who occupy it.

Dudley, West Midlands

Council-led plan sets Dudley on the right path

14 September 2017

In 2014, Dudley was named the worst place to shop in the UK in a ‘vitality index’ of 500 locations compiled by retail specialist Harper Dennis Hobbs (HDH).

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