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The founder of currency exchange giant Travelex and the people in charge of running Development Securities joined James Max this month for the Property Week Podcast.
Boris Johnson’s right hand man on property, Sir Edward Lister, has said 2014 will be a year of cranes rising across London, as the mayor’s office says: “above all, we want more units of housing”.
Green REIT is to focus on Dublin’s improving tech-focused office market, according to its co-founder Pat Gunne, who spoke on Property Week’s monthly podcast after closing €178m of deals in the past fortnight as Green “kicked off the new market”.
Recovery Special Podcast: Ian Marcus on Lehman, Wells Fargo, "spreadsheet hell" and who read the cycle best
“The art of good banking isn’t lending money. It’s making sure it gets repaid.”
Recovery Special Podcast: Alistair Darling on dark days at Downing Street and Lehman Brothers' “unbelievable” collapse
Former chancellor of the exchequer Alistair Darling talked to Property Week about the 2007-08 banking crisis, his conversations with US treasury secretary Hank Paulson, and what it was like to be woken up with an “unbelievable” call about the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers.
Richard Crook, UK head of business development at Savills and Marty McCarthy, chief executive of Valad Europe, joined LBC’s James Max at Savills’s new headquarters following the Property Week “Property Ashes”, which took place on Tuesday.
Clive Dutton OBE joined James Max in Property Week’s podcast to discuss his part in regenerating East London and Birmingham, while the man who led the sale of Battersea Power Station stopped by for a chat about the 2013 Resi Awards.
Derwent London leasing chief Celine Thompson and Hatton Real Estate partner Michael Raibin this week joined LBC Radio’s James Max at Property Week studios for a “TMT” special podcast.
Residential developer to the world’s rich and famous Nick Candy has declared London the greatest city on the planet in a wide-ranging conversation for the Property Week International podcast, covering everything from his favourite global hotels to his relationship with Holly Valance.
Get Living London’s chief executive was interviewed in depth by Property Week Podcast presenter James Max last week, revealing many of the intricacies of running East Village in Stratford, the UK’s biggest new private rented residential scheme.
Podcast: "I was no longer that chap in retail. I was everybody’s boss." JLL UK chief Grainger confides
Jones Lang LaSalle UK chief executive Guy Grainger and former Grosvenor chief Stephen Musgrave joined presenter James Max in this month’s Property Week podcast.
Brockton Capital co-founder David Marks has spoken of the day he turned down a 99% loan-to-value deal before the market crashed, and the “heroin-like” debt that was fuelling the investment world during the 2006-07 boom.
In this month’s podcast, James Max interviews managing director of Urbanest, Johnny Manns, and Ken Shuttleworth, founder of architecture practice Make.
Stanhope chief executive David Camp has spoken to PropertyWeek.com about the company’s huge development pipeline.
Planning. It has dominated the news agenda since the Coalition took over in 2010, thanks to a seemingly endless array of new policies and shelved recommendations.
Mike Phillips shares his views on what the future holds for Property Week in print, online, and on tablets as he takes over the reins from former editor Giles Barrie.