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  • EMA Canary Wharf

    Canary Wharf v EMA Brexit ‘frustration’ case to go to Court of Appeal


    The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has been given permission to appeal the High Court’s decision against it last month.

  • Property Week news bulletin - Brockton Capital

    Brockton wins bidding war to land Southwark office scheme - 1 March news bulletin


    Brockton Capital has beaten off stiff competition to buy 169 Union Street from Janus Henderson for more than £95m, Emma Shone reports.

  • Ian Kitchen KLM retail

    Video: the forecast for outlet centres in 2019


    KLM Retail founding partner Ian Kitchen talks to Property Week about the outlook for outlet centres in 2019.

  • David Bannister Nash Bond

    Coal Drops Yard opening: Nash Bond's David Bannister interview


    Coal Drops Yard, the new Heatherwick Studio-designed shopping and restaurant district in London’s King’s Cross, opened over the weekend. Ahead of the opening of the 50-store district, Property Week exclusively spoke to David Bannister of the schemes letting agents Nash Bond about the success of the development, future ...

  • Richard Scott - Nash Bond

    Central London retail review: Richard Scott


    Nash Bond director Richard Scott gives Property Week his exclusive insights on the state of the retail sector in London against the backdrop of Brexit, the emerging impact of experiential retail and a raft of CVAs.

  • Simon black hdh video

    Travel retail review: Simon Black


    Property Week speaks to the director of Harper Dennis Hobbs’ travel retail team, Simon Black, about the travel retail ‘growth bubble’ away from wider retail struggles and whether airports and rail stations can continue their growth as retail destinations.

  • Jonathan de mello video

    Retail review: Jonathan De Mello


    Head of retail consultancy at Harper Dennis Hobbs, Jonathan De Mello, gives Property Week his exclusive insights on the state of the retail sector following the recent mega-deals between Hammerson Intu and Unibail Westfield and the struggles of high street chains Next, New Look, Debenhams ...

  • Will Greenwood

    Rugby star touches down at Greenwood launch


    Celebrated rugby player Will Greenwood must have wondered just what he was attending when he was asked to go to the launch of the newly refurbished Greenwood building in Bracknell, being marketed by Savills and DTRE on behalf of a joint partnership between Savills Investment Management and Canmoor.

  • Town centre retail data

    Town centre retail still has the upper hand


    The much-trumpeted death of the high street in the face of the challenge from online retailing has been overstated, with the true state of the retail sector far more complex, a new report from CACI has claimed

  • Sleep

    Bed behaviour: Grainger staff encouraged to sleep on the job


    Some jobs can be a right snorefest. None so much as listed residential property group Grainger, where 20 of its employees recently ‘road-tested’ the beds at the company’s first purpose-built rental accommodation in east London.