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Dreamland, Margate

Scenic Railway is a Dream for Margate

In 1919, John Henry Iles purchased Margate’s The Hall By The Sea dance and music hall for £40,000.

Logicor Bardon

All eyes on Amazon

When news broke this month that Amazon had agreed ten-year leases on two UK distribution warehouses totalling 562,000 sq ft – one in the south and one in the Midlands – the rumour mill went into overdrive.

David Parsley

Holiday season is bad news for the market

This time last year us news gatherers were thinking we would get our annual break from the news.

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RICS conference addresses issues of diversity Video

About 250 property professionals – most of them women – attended a RICS conference on “diversity and inclusion” in central London last week.

Brexit

Brexit a year on

A year ago today the UK electorate made the now familiar trip to the polling station and took one of the most momentous decisions in our nation’s democratic history.

Brexit

Short term pain of Brexit could result in long term gain for real estate

The UK’s vote to leave the European Union will herald a period of uncertainty and increased volatility which will weigh on the UK economy over the next few quarters. This is likely to be a short term phenomenon and should not be interpreted as a structural weakness going forward.

David Parsley

Tesco makes progress but more work needed on property portfolio​

Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis has made great strides in getting Tesco closer to its roots, being a good retailer, but this morning’s announcement is missing some crucial elements, especially when it comes to its property portfolio.

Garden Centre

How does your garden grow?

Garden centres as an alternative investment class are coming into bloom right now. Institutional investors are waking up to the fact that there has been a seismic shift in the market in recent years.

Brexit

Brexit a year on

23 June 2017

A year ago today the UK electorate made the now familiar trip to the polling station and took one of the most momentous decisions in our nation’s democratic history.

2 Finsbury Avenue

Storey launch will plug gap in flexible workspace market

23 June 2017

“We can’t control the wifi”; “the coffee machine always breaks, so everyone has to be their own barista”; “either my PA is always getting up and down to answer the door or one of the team is”.

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