• Wellbeing

    ESG has profound impact on business and society


    Editor: For environmental, social and governance (ESG) practitioners, the battle for hearts and minds is only just beginning.

  • Co-working

    Traditional leases will make comeback


    Editor: I read Anthony Lorenz’s letter ‘ What next for the co-working sector? ’ with interest. As possibly the largest provider of specialist dilapidations services, we are well placed to assess market trends. 

  • Hampstead Heath lido

    Warm weather should be cue to create better cities


    Editor: Summer in the city brings out the best and the worst of our urban lives. I can cycle to work in warm weather, walk to meetings with no umbrella and enjoy the long evening light outside. Congested cycle lanes, stuffy transport and overcrowded outdoor spaces are the trade-off.

  • Myo space 123 Victoria Street

    What next for the co-working sector?


    Editor: Over the past seven years, we have seen the meteoric rise of serviced offices and co-working operators such as WeWork and The Office Group taking long-term leases and buying freeholds .

  • Breakout area

    Outlook for flexible workspace sector still bright


    Editor: The flexible workspace market in London is increasingly competitive and success will require a focused strategy and deep expertise.

  • Retail

    Retail-to-resi: one size does not fit all


    Editor:  In your recent article on the Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission’s interim report, Chris Thompson from CACI is right to point out that the UK is over-spaced in terms of retail .

  • Sadiq Khan

    Doing nothing about London rental is not an option


    Editor: The mayor of London’s proposal for residential rent control and tenancy reform is proving controversial, but when so many Londoners are having to rent indefinitely, and 68% of them apparently agree with rent control, it would be more controversial to do nothing about the London rental market ( ‘Khan ...

  • London houses

    Housing: we’re in a catch-22 situation


    Editor: On reading your in-depth piece on increasing housing supply, I couldn’t help thinking we are in somewhat of a catch-22 situation .

  • Topshop

    CVA safety net makes retailer shares a fair bet


    Editor:  I read with interest Liz Hamson’s wonderful editorial stating that “after the successful Arcadia CVA, the battle may be over, but the war hasn’t been won” .

  • Workspace

    Flexible valuation model is a must


    Editor: Current valuation models for flexible workspace centres are not fit for purpose and a market accepted model is now essential to the sector’s growth, especially given increasing interest in the flexible sector and the desire of property companies and funds to invest .