Following publication of ‘Emerging Trends in Real Estate (global) 2017’ report by PwC and the Urban Land Institute, real estate director Gareth Lewis speaks exclusively to Property Week at Mipim 2017 about the key findings and trends.
The LandAid Mipim Tennis Classic 2017 in association with BNP Paribas Real Estate proved a hit as players, spectators and sponsors came together to raise over £20,000 for LandAid, smashing the amount raised in the 2016 competition. Watch highlights of the event below before a full report in next week’s edition of Property Week.
Property Week teamed up with Dentons and Malcolm Hollis to officially launch the Power 100 at Mipim 2017, outlining the thinking behind our inaugural ranking of the 100 most powerful people in property
Speaking exclusively to Property Week at Mipim 2017, Residential Land’s Bruce Ritchie talks about his plans to spend £500m over the next 12 months, PW’s Call Off Duty campaign and the impact of Brexit.
Property Week editor Liz Hamson speaks to Battersea Power Station’s chief executive Rob Tincknell on the opening day of Mipim 2017 about the £8bn redevelopment project.
The first Movers & Shakers event of 2017 featured the first-ever 20/20 presentations covering 20 slides with 20 seconds for each.
Ten leading names from across the property sector including Keith Breslauer (Patron Capital), Nicolas Guerin (Linkcity) and David Wong (Lee Baron) talk about their highs and lows of the past year and preview what will be big news in 2017.
Sidra Capital, a Saudi investment house representing the billionaire Bin Mahfouz family, has joined forces with UK family office 3 Associates Capital to embark on a £1bn spending spree in the London office market.
Industrial developer SEGRO is working up plans to build a multi-storey shed at the Meridian Water scheme in Enfield, Greater London to circumvent severe land constraints in the capital.