Property Analysis Features

Nick Leslau Number 1

PW Power 100: Number 1 - Nick Leslau

6 July 2017

Prestbury Investments chairman Nick Leslau has had a phenomenal year by anyone’s standards. Secure Income REIT was the strongest performing REIT of 2016, he has been extremely bullish over Brexit and as well as continuing to influence the market, he has backed new influencer Savannah de Savary. Property Week asked him what the secrets of his success are.

Kleptocracy tour, London

Kleptocracy tour: dirty business

13 October 2017

I am standing at a bus stop on Pimlico Road, just in front of the Chelsea Barracks site, together with a small crowd.

Regional shopping centres mega-malls

Regional shopping centres: have we seen the last of the mega-malls?

12 October 2017

Will another super regional shopping centre ever be built in the UK again? Opinion is divided.

Aldi retail warehouse

Retail warehouses: retail renaissance

12 October 2017

In the face of new challenges, landlords and developers of retail warehousing are having to adapt their approach.

Bunkers illustration

Bunkers: going underground

6 October 2017

As the global security threat grows, so does people’s bunker mentality.

Midland hotel, Manchester

Hotels market hots up after two major deals in two days

6 October 2017

The hotel market has been quiet of late. So it was a surprise when two major deals completed at the end of September: Aprirose’s purchase of the QHotels business from Bain Capital Credit and Canyon Partners for £525m and Henderson Park’s deal to buy the Metropole hotels in London and Birmingham from Tonstate Group for £500m.

Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets roundtable, RESI Conference 2017

Blueprint for future of resi: experts address the big issues

5 October 2017

Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets brought together a range of experts at this year’s RESI Conference to debate how the residential sector can overcome the challenges of a growing population and take advantage of innovative technologies to speed up the ...

New York skyline

Fairytale of New York: Hudson Yards

29 September 2017

It’s been called a ‘city within a city’.


‘Coolest little seaside city’ reveals its big plans

13 October 2017

Plymouth is “Britain’s coolest little city by the sea” according to GQ magazine. And it has big plans.

Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus, Bristol

Bristol University’s new TQEC will be a ‘game-changer’ for the city

13 October 2017

Bristol University will move into the heart of the city centre in an ambitious redevelopment designed to forge closer links with industry, prime the enterprise zone for growth and boost the fortunes of formerly neglected neighbourhoods nearby.


LDO sign-off triggers project to link Gloucester’s docks and city centre

13 October 2017

Gloucester’s £135m waterfront regeneration scheme moved closer to fruition this summer after communities and local government secretary Sajid Javid signed a local development order (LDO) providing the final piece in the planning jigsaw.

Broadmead, Bristol

Mixed-use redevelopment set to bring life back to Broadmead

13 October 2017

The massive mixed-use redevelopment of the Broadmead area of Bristol is one step closer to being realised after councillors gave planning permission in principle last month.

Platform, Leeds

Bruntwood builds Platform for Leeds growth after refurb delays

12 October 2017

Few property developments have endured as difficult a birth as Platform, a 120,000 sq ft office block that sits on top of Leeds train station.

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