Cushman & Wakefield index shows Sweden and Norway climb up rankings. Stuart Watson reports
An overview of the market in Warsaw
Tata-owned motor marque enlists five agencies for global property review
Tiger of Sweden to open at Crown Estate’s St James’s development
Sales of homes worth more than £10m in London, New York, Singapore and Hong Kong will rise by almost a third to £8.4bn over the next five years, a report by Savills, Deutsche Bank and Candy & Candy has found.
It was hard to come up with a description of the overall mood at MIPIM this week. Numbers were up — to an estimated 20,000 — but it felt more subdued.
When Nick Leslau first started his column in Property Week, 10 years ago, he had been credited as one of the best “callers” of the previous property cycles.
As my TGV rolls out of a distinctly chilly Cannes and along the shores of an iron grey sea (it’s not all lemon blossom and almond cakes down here!), what did this MIPIM’s runes say about the market’s future:
As a MIPIM newbie, I came to Cannes to showcase Canary Wharf Group’s Level39 Technology accelerator space, using the state cool graphics on the East London Stand’s media wall.
During the first quarter of 2013, China’s State Council launched ‘Five New Measures’ to further tighten regulation of the residential property market.
The chief executive of British Land, Chris Grigg, tackles the criticism levelled at UK property companies and explains how relevant they are to the international investment community.
“Volumes of sales can be sustained and I welcome foreign buyers,” says Nine Elms programme director, Helen Fisher.