All Property Week articles in 23 November 2001

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  • News

    Wales

    23 November 2001

  • News

    Public Property

    23 November 2001

  • Insight

    Why PPP will save public and private sectors

    23 November 2001

    As the economy shows increasing signs of weakness and many larger occupiers revise their growth plans downwards, growing numbers of property professionals are looking at the public sector for the next big deal.

  • News

    Political unrest

    23 November 2001

    Flagship public-private partnership projects have hit trouble. But chief secretary to the Treasury Andrew Smith tells Property Week the government is still committed to raising billions from property

  • Professional

    Parliament watch

    23 November 2001

    Money laundering New European legislation is set to extend the existing European directive on money laundering to a range of other professions. These include estate agents, auctioneers and art dealers. The UK will have 18 months to implement the legislation. Under the new legislation estate agents and auctioneers will ...

  • Markets

    Niche market

    23 November 2001

    News and deals from around the region

  • Markets

    Wales: top shopping locations

    23 November 2001

    The table and map attached, based on the results of the National Survey of Local Shopping Patterns, shows the top 10 comparison goods trading locations in Wales. The first column shows the comparison goods shopping population attracted by each trading location. The second and third columns the accumulated comparison goods ...

  • Professional

    Local priority

    23 November 2001

    For cash-starved local authorities property outsourcing represents an effective way of saving money and reducing bureaucracy

  • Professional

    Lessons in property management

    23 November 2001

    Why the education sector has turned to the private sector to help it squeeze its property assets

  • News

    Lehman to securitise Shell Mex

    23 November 2001

    The West End's single biggest property to be put up for sale, Shell Mex House on the Strand, is to become part of a giant tranche of property which will be securitised by Lehman Brothers in the bond market this winter. It is believed the £350m property, owned ...

  • Insight

    It's Prime time for MoD public-private integration

    23 November 2001

    Property industry will rise to the challenge presented by Prime Contracting

  • Markets

    Take-off or hard landing?

    23 November 2001

    Heathrow Terminal 5 is finally expected to get the government's blessing but the battle for green belt land around the airport goes on.

  • Markets

    Hammersmith offices: Hammer it home

    23 November 2001

    Transport links are Hammersmith's big strength

  • Markets

    Leisure: Time gentlemen, please

    23 November 2001

    Pub operators have been particularly active in Cardiff

  • Markets

    Fulham retail: Fulham's full of it

    23 November 2001

    Retail and leisure developments act as regeneration catalyst.

  • Markets

    Great leap Forward

    23 November 2001

    Yorkshire Forward is at the forefront of a new breed of regional development agencies intent on stimulating their local economy. We talk to its environment director and looks at some of the developments that RDAs have promoted

  • Markets

    North Wales: Wrexham marches forward

    23 November 2001

    High levels of retail investment are in evidence

  • News

    Morgan Stanley eyes Glasgow space

    23 November 2001

    Taylor Woodrow is close to placing all of its Cerium speculative office scheme in Glasgow under offer after investment bank Morgan Stanley agreed heads of terms to take space at the development this week.

  • News

    Tower inquiry: Heron team slams 'gratuitous' evidence

    23 November 2001

    Developer's lawyer says English Heritage not qualified to comment on occupier demand

  • News

    Nomura duo join H&B

    23 November 2001

    Healey & Baker is poised to expand its strategic advisory team, which is run by Bryan Laxton.