Offices and business parks supplement 2006

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  • Keys to the cities

    Offices and business parks supplement 2006

    Over the next five pages, Deirdre Hipwell, Claer Barrett, Heather Greig-Smith, Sean McAllister, Anna Goldie, Christine Eade, Daniel Thomas and Molly Dover round up the office leasing markets of 10 UK and Ireland cities

  • Offices and business parks supplement 2006

    Offices and business parks supplement 2006

  • Our plans for MEPC

    Offices and business parks supplement 2006

    Rupert Clarke (pictured), boss of parent group Hermes, and new chief executive Rick de Blaby explain their strategy for the developer.

  • Paper trail

    Offices and business parks supplement 2006

    Victoria Central, which has struggled to match the allure of nearby competitors, is to become home to the Telegraph when it relocates back to central London from the Docklands.

  • Rescue Remedy

    Offices and business parks supplement 2006

    The Fire and Rescue Service is condensing to eight regional centres to better cope with disaster.The devastation wrought by the terror attacks in London on 7 July 2005 and the images of firemen in fluorescent jackets attending the bomb victims served as a shocking reminder of the importance of the UK's emergency services.

  • Small mercies

    Offices and business parks supplement 2006

    Cisco Systems has appointed niche firm Hicks Baker to market the biggest tranche of land in Reading. Anna Goldie reports

  • The rise and rise of Macquarie Goodman

    Offices and business parks supplement 2006

    Deirdre Hipwell talks to chief executive Greg Goodman about Australian investor Macquarie Goodman's plans for European expansion


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