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SO Resi will help people understand shared ownership

20 July 2017

As revealed by Property Week last week, Thames Valley Housing is changing the way it communicates its shared ownership offer and re-branding its shared ownership homes ‘SO Resi by Thames Valley Housing’.

Jean-Marc Vandevivere

Teaming with BTR backers a win-win for councils

18 July 2017

With local authorities struggling with central government cuts, it’s unsurprising many have turned to commercial property as an alternative source of income, as shown by Woking Borough Council’s purchase of Dukes Court last week

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Grenfell Tower fire: the cost will only escalate

13 July 2017

Following the human tragedy of the Grenfell Tower fire, attention turns to the £12bn-plus estimated cost of retrofitting towers with non-flammable cladding as highlighted by Gleeds research revealed in Property Week.

Proptech

The prop-tech revolution will be visualised

11 July 2017

Today’s workplace environment increasingly reflects the interests of millennials as shown by the recent growth of flexible workspace providers – and with good reason, by 2025 three out of four office workers are projected to be born during the period that defines millennials.

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Millennials increasingly influencing workplace design

11 July 2017

Today’s workplace environment increasingly reflects the interests of millennials as shown by the recent growth of flexible workspace providers – and with good reason, by 2025 three out of four office workers are projected to be born during the period that defines millennials.

Battersea Power Station

Battersea affordable housing revision is an outrage

5 July 2017

The timing wasn’t great was it? A social housing tragedy in North Kensington, highlighting the lack of attention society has been paying to those who struggle to make ends meet, but against this backdrop Wandsworth Council agreed to reduce the initial affordable housing obligation at Battersea Power Station from 636 to 386 and have the remainder subject to a viability assessment.

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Risk that Chinese investors will turn net sellers

4 July 2017

The real downside is not “capital restrictions controlling the exportation of mainland Chinese equity” as Peter MacColl’s column suggests but the likelihood that at some stage mainland Chinese buyers will have to sell UK property assets in order to shore up their liquidity ...

Fly-tipping

Insurance must include adequate fly-tipping cover

27 June 2017

Your recent coverage on fly-tipping and the live issues facing property companies and landowners help raise awareness.

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Tories must implement white paper

27 June 2017

The Conservative manifesto promised to ‘fix’ the dysfunctional housing market so that there are affordable and secure houses for all, and the new housing minister Alok Sharma has to follow through on this pledge

The Office Group, The Shard

Flexible leases are here to stay

26 June 2017

How satisfying it was to read your piece ‘Does new directive signal the death of long leases?’.

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