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Industrial and Logistics 2022

Share your views in the 2022 Property Week logistics census


Owners and occupiers in the industrial and logistics sector face many challenges as they plan ahead for 2023, with rising inflation, interest rate hikes and the weakness of the pound adding to a long list of existing issues including planning, land availability and environmental regulation.


You win some, you lose some


This week started with relief that the nation hadn’t gone entirely crazy and voted rogue MP and former health secretary Matt Hancock winner of ITV show I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Instead, Lioness Jill Scott picked up the crown.


The £500bn portfolio plan


Selling off £1.5bn of publicly owned buildings by 2025 is just one small aspect of a much larger task involving a vast portfolio of assets, as government chief property officer Mark Chivers explains to Property Week.

Durham University

Easing the university squeeze


As 2.39 students compete for each available bed, how can the sector help? Andy Hillier reports.

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Property Week Digital Edition – 2 December 2022

Mark Chivers talks to Lem Bingley about the mammoth task – and enormous portfolio – he faces as the government’s chief property officer - Soon to retire Connells chairman Stephen Shipperley reflects on how resi has evolved in his 45-year career - Good news for high street retailers

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