Campaign News Updates
Five of the UK’s biggest agencies are mounting a campaign to improve diversity in the property industry.
The Chancellor George Osborne has announced plans for another shake-up of the planning system in a bid to kick start the stagnant economy.
In a coup for Property Week’s long-running campaign against empty rates, chancellor George Osborne has asked York Outer MP Julian Sturdy to form a working group to examine how the law can be altered to help struggling businesses. Property Week spoke to industry figures about what they would like the working group to achieve.
TV presenter says schemes are demolished that should be redeveloped. Emma Haslett reports
Communities secretary tells Property Week’s RESI 2011 that planning reform is “imperative”
Communities secretary Eric Pickles today welcomed Property Week’s Campaign for Sustainable Development in a keynote speech to delegates at the RESI conference in south Wales
In the second part in our series on the government’s planning reforms, Patrick Gower assesses their impact on our chronic housing shortage
Westfield Stratford has created jobs, attracts most shoppers by public transport and is energy efficient. So why are a host of lobby groups opposed to commercial developments of this type?