All Property Week articles in 24 Novermber 2000

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  • News

    South Wales

    24 Novermber 2000

  • Insight

    Road rage

    24 Novermber 2000

    What is the right price for an access road to a 'regenerative' business park £1 or £1m? First Central developers London & Regional and Guinness are taking on Railtrack next year at the Lands Tribunal. They want Railtrack to lower its price because ...

  • Professional

    People

    24 Novermber 2000

    Hot property John Edwards has been appointed chief executive of regional development agency Advantage West Midlands . John, 48, joined the RDA in 1999 as director of regeneration and development before becoming acting chief executive in July this year. Born in Bishops Offley in Staffordshire, he is married with two ...

  • Professional

    Out with the old...

    24 Novermber 2000

    One of the Scottish Parliament's first pieces of legislation is set to change centuries-old feudal tenure laws in Scotland. What steps should sellers be taking now?

  • Insight

    South Wales sings a new tune

    24 Novermber 2000

    South Wales has been hit by heavy job losses over the past few weeks, as first one, then two, then three electrical giants decided to downscale their operations. But could efforts to target 'new economy' employers signal an upturn in fortunes?

  • News

    Moore v Womack

    24 Novermber 2000

    Martin Moore and Ian Womack are the most powerful property fund managers in Britain. A single decision by either of them can alter markets overnight.

  • News

    Sell-up for MEPC

    24 Novermber 2000

    MEPC is preparing to sell two of its biggest business space assets, despite pledging to specialise in the sector.

  • Insight

    Offices: Office market is wizard

    24 Novermber 2000

    Cross the Severn Bridge and be impressed with the quality of much of the office space.

  • Insight

    Niche market

    24 Novermber 2000

    News and deals from around the region

  • Insight

    South Wales: top shopping locations

    24 Novermber 2000

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

  • News

    Newiss kid in town

    24 Novermber 2000

    Cash-rich US venture capital firms speculating on UK property have been known to get burned, but this 'rich Yank' is a force to be reckoned with

  • Insight

    Investment: A wariness in Wales

    24 Novermber 2000

    The office sector is gaining popularity but investors remain cautious.

  • Insight

    Moore interview

    24 Novermber 2000

    Martin Moore is revolting. The mild-mannered Moore who, when he took over Prudential's £5bn property portfolio in 1996 announced that his approach would be more 'evolution than revolution', is gearing up to revolutionise the industry.

  • Insight

    Womack interview

    24 Novermber 2000

    Ian Womack claims he is not a boxing man. But the Norwich Union man's seizure of the top property title at Morley Fund Management, following NU's merger with CGU, can have left few in any doubt of his skills in the fund management ring.

  • Insight

    Industrial: How lean is my valley

    24 Novermber 2000

    The market in the valleys and west Wales is weak, but Cardiff and the M4 corridor are healthier.

  • Insight

    Heathrow/Hounslow offices: Heathrow sees runaway rents

    24 Novermber 2000

    Heathrow rents are taking off big time, while Hounslow finds it hard to get off the ground.

  • News

    Green's Parkview: speculative scheme set to relieve tension in Heathrow offices market

    24 Novermber 2000

    Green Property has unveiled the design of its 10,525 sq m (113,300 sq ft) Parkview office development at Brentford, west London.

  • News

    Retail slump for GPE

    24 Novermber 2000

    problems in the retail market hit Great Portland Estates' interim results this week, as they did Land Securities' last week

  • News

    Good results from Lok'nStore

    24 Novermber 2000

    Lok'nStore, the UK's fourth largest self-storage operator, has produced impressive annual results its first since moving from the Ofex market to the AIM in June.

  • News

    Park Royal fight goes to tribunal

    24 Novermber 2000

    Developers of a £600m business park in Park Royal, west London, will have the value of the access to the site determined by the Lands Tribunal early next year.