All Property Week articles in 2 November 2001

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  • Markets

    Store wars

    2 November 2001

    Allders is hoping its new Oxford Street department store will give Selfridges and John Lewis a run for their money.

  • Markets

    The riled west

    2 November 2001

    The West End market was already experiencing uncertainty before the terrorist attacks on 11 September. How will the area fare during a full blown recession?

  • News

    Silvester quits for Rock

    2 November 2001

    King Sturge City investment partner Rob Silvester has quit the firm to join Rock Investment Trust as its property director.

  • Markets

    Plan it, Thanet

    2 November 2001

    Margate, Ramsgate and Broadstairs want to reverse years of neglect and Thanet District Council is fighting to attract investment. But it may have a struggle on its hands

  • Professional

    Parliament watch

    2 November 2001

    Land registration The Land Registration Bill is now starting its report stage in the Lords. The Bill, which will enable greater use of electronic conveyancing, should speed up the three million property transactions that take place in England and Wales every year. It is also likely to lead to ...

  • Markets

    Soho and Noho: Media meltdown

    2 November 2001

    Rents are set to fall as the media and IT sectors are hit

  • Markets

    Niche market

    2 November 2001

    News and deals from around the West End

  • News

    Peel lets Salford Quays office scheme

    2 November 2001

    Consumer finance house The Associates is set to take the first new office scheme in Manchester's Salford Quays for a decade.

  • News

    Kent

    2 November 2001

  • Markets

    Kent: top shopping locations

    2 November 2001

    The map attached shows the proportion of overall shopping populations in each trading location visiting for convenience and comparison goods shopping purposes. Because consumers shop more often for food goods, visitor numbers to trading locations containing main grocery offers will always be higher than those of centres without supermarkets/grocery superstores. ...

  • Markets

    Investment: Warning sign

    2 November 2001

    A surplus of second-hand space may weaken rents

  • News

    RICS mission for inflation guru

    2 November 2001

    The RICS has commissioned one of the UK's top economists to conduct groundbreaking research into how much the economy loses as a result of firms not making better use of their property assets.

  • Markets

    Greater London: top shopping locations

    2 November 2001

    The map attached has been derived by allocating each postal sector in the Greater London area to the non-food trading location achieving the highest market penetration. This type of map identifies dominant trading locations. There are about 300 or so in Great Britain, 13 in the Greater London area. The ...

  • News

    Government plans to stop 'twin tracking'

    2 November 2001

    Planning Green Paper will propose crackdown on developers' favourite ruse

  • News

    Government gives reprieve for upward-only reviews

    2 November 2001

    The government has put its threat to ban upward-only rent reviews on ice following an agreement by landlords to offer tenants alternative types of leases.

  • Markets

    Retail: Feeling the squeeze

    2 November 2001

    Prime sites are in demand but the market remains uncertain

  • Markets

    Offices: Kent smiles at recession fears

    2 November 2001

    Rents expected to continue steady rise.

  • News

    Teesland eyes move to quoted sector

    2 November 2001

    Private company in merger talks with ailing engineering services company

  • News

    West End

    2 November 2001

  • Markets

    West End leisure: Leisure and pain

    2 November 2001

    Restaurants are suffering from the collapse in tourism