Mia co-ordinates and writes the markets section of Property Week.
- Tel: 020 8253 8739
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The long-running conflict between Southampton and Portsmouth rumbles on. No doubt each of the Hampshire neighbours would claim their retail and leisure provision is better than the other’s, but with the opening of Westquay Watermark, Southampton might just have pipped its rival.
Locals are aware of the hidden gem that is the area around Waterloo station, but for the majority of people who pass through it en route to and from the South Bank, it consists of a series of seemingly impenetrable underpasses and roundabouts surrounding the station and little else.
Sir Howard Bernstein’s shoes will not be easy to fill. In his near-20-year tenure as chief executive of Manchester City Council, he has co-ordinated the regeneration of the city core following the IRA bomb blast of 1996 and been hugely successful in attracting investors to what is now the beating heart of the ‘northern powerhouse’.
- Social housing enterprise: home is where the heart is
- New trailblazers: YN Property Awards Dinner
- Bath snatches office rental crown from Bristol, but can it hold on to it?
- After an eight-year wait, aerospace site finally gets a new lease of life
- Hey big spenders: ageing population is reshaping retail
- More than fifty shades of grey: retailers capitalise on the grey pound
- From ticket tout to restaurateur: the rise of Tony Kitous