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Increased failure rate blamed on government spending cutbacks.
BT has appointed a sole agent as its global property services provider.
Sports Direct founder to focus on shoes and denim and rebrand USC stores.
Antipodean plus-sized women’s fashion brand finds debut shop in Solihull and plans rollout across regions
After the official launch of Level 39, Canary Wharf Group’s Head of Level 39 and technology entrepreneur, Eric Van Der Kleij spoke to Property Week’s legal and professional editor, Sarah Townsend about the story of the space.
Property Week, in association with Brook Intelligence, has produced this comprehensive company report on the UK’s fourth largest food retailer, operating around 475 stores, Morrisons.
The potentially deadly legionella bacterium has been found in the water supply of a central London block of flats. Sarah Townsend reports
Landlords fear steep concessions will follow US restructuring firm’s purchase of business and 264 stores
Employment figures suggest the City of London economy is struggling to gain traction, but the recent growth of the TMT (technology, media and telecoms) sectors demonstrates London’s long-term investment appeal, Knight Frank’s Prime Central London Rental Index report reveals this month (graph, below).
We take a look at the take-up, demand, supply and rents in central London
Irate landlords and councils are buckling under the burden of £1bn of losses caused by a litany of “scandalous” retailer prepacks and CVAs. Rachel Hunter reports
As the June quarterly rent payment day came and went, New Look became the latest retailer to announce store closures, and sales prices were slashed in an attempt to attract shoppers and spend. It seems no one is immune to the problems of the retail sector.