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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.

Capital Dock, Dublin

Dublin office market: Dublin up?

22 August 2017

More than a year on from the UK’s shock decision to leave the EU, is the predicted exodus of businesses from London to the Irish capital really on the cards?

Dublin Airport Central

Dublin Airport Central: Eire space

22 August 2017

Dublin Airport hopes to attract multinational companies to its major new office development.

Board meeting

Consultants’ move into fund management raises concern

18 August 2017

Consultants who advise pension funds on their investments are courting controversy by moving into the territory of fund managers.

Emirates Stadium

Who owns Premier League stadiums?

11 August 2017

The Premier League celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and since its creation it has seen a number of clubs come and go.

Homes on supermarkets

Air rights developments: room at the top

4 August 2017

There’s a new grocery space race under way, but this one doesn’t relate to bricks and mortar - it’s all about the space above the store.

Blayze 5s wide

All kicking off: Blayze Group Property 5-A-Side

28 July 2017

An expanded field of the finest 25 teams across the property sector took to a sunny Shoreditch Powerleague arena to contest a bigger and better second annual Blayze Group Property Five-A-Side tournament.

50 investor activity

UK-based investors shun domestic market for Europe

28 July 2017

New data has revealed the extent to which the biggest UK-based investors have put the brakes on UK investment while continuing to invest heavily in continental Europe since the EU referendum.

2 Kingdom Street, Paddington, London

Large firms increasingly turning to flexible space providers

18 August 2017

Back in April, shared workspace provider WeWork made headlines in New York when it announced that it had signed up IBM - one of the world’s biggest corporations - to take the entirety of 88 University Place in Greenwich Village.

Level39, One Canada Square, London

How Level39 is fostering ‘community of innovation’

16 August 2017

In 2013, the Canary Wharf Group opened the doors to Level39 for the first time. Since then, the accelerator space for tech companies, which is located on the 39th floor of One Canada Square, has - like many of its occupants - gone from ‘start-up’ to ‘scale-up’ and today occupies 80,000 sq ft across the 24th, 39th and 42nd floors of the tower.

Auriens Chelsea

Auriens makes a capital venture

4 August 2017

Few developers of retirement living schemes venture into London. The capital is too expensive and the competition for land sites too fierce.

Azaleas, Poole

Move over millennials – the ‘perennials’ are in town

4 August 2017

In 2025, almost 30% of the UK population will be over 60, according to the Office for National Statistics, compared with about 18% today. The number of over-85s, meanwhile, is set to double by 2030.

Target Healthcare

Q&A: A care home REIT that’s meeting its growth Target

3 August 2017

It has been a promising year so far for Target Healthcare REIT. The group, founded in 2013, recently made two acquisitions - an 88-bed care home in Leicestershire and a development site in Birkdale - and it is planning to expand its presence further across the UK.

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