All Property Week articles in 27 May 2022 – Page 4

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  • London offices
    News

    Double letting at M&G’s St James’s office building

    2022-05-26T00:00:00Z

    Luxury French brand Christian Louboutin and financial consultant Smith Square Partners have signed up as new tenants at M&G’s Byron House in St James’s, central London, Property Week can reveal.

  • Hot office locations 2022
    Insight

    Covid boost for regional offices

    2022-05-26T00:00:00Z

    CACI data shared exclusively with Property Week reveals how 25 major town and city centres have been affected by the shift in working patterns, with some areas making surprising gains. 

  • Crossrail train
    News

    Crossrail to boost rents in London submarkets

    2022-05-26T00:00:00Z

    London submarkets benefiting from Crossrail’s connectivity are set to see office rents continue to soar, outperforming traditional hubs such as the West End and the City, according to London office experts.

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    Big steps for Ukraine

    2022-05-26T00:00:00Z

    Savills team does marathon London offices walk to raise funds for charity.

  • Spin class
    News

    Spin class: If you can't beat them...

    2022-05-26T00:00:00Z

    If you can’t beat them… The FT has started a new satirical column called Critical Comms about a PR man, Rutherford Hall. “I much prefer the name ‘Spin Class’,” Soph says.

  • bloomsbury
    News

    Barnard Marcus struggles to offload higher-priced lots at latest auction

    2022-05-26T00:00:00Z

    Barnard Marcus raised just over £21m at its 17 May in-person auction, which took place at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London.

  • Falkirk4-RZD
    News

    Shopping centres seen as a safe bet at Acuitus’s May sale

    2022-05-26T00:00:00Z

    Large city-centre footprints are helping to secure renewed interest in longer-term use of big retail assets.

  • Net zero
    News

    MPs insist on net zero action

    2022-05-26T00:00:00Z

    An Environment Audit Committee (EAC) report published by MPs this week is calling for mandatory whole-life-carbon assessments for larger buildings, warning that “no progress has been made towards achieving net zero targets in the built environment”.

  • Office
    News

    London office completions must double to hit ESG goal by 2030

    2022-05-26T00:00:00Z

    The pace of office completions will have to more than double if London office stock is to be upgraded to ESG requirements by 2030, Deloitte’s annual office crane survey reveals.

  • Property Awards 2021 winners
    Online

    Help us celebrate as we unveil 2022 Property Awards winners

    2022-05-26T00:00:00Z

    Property Week will be delighted to welcome attendees at the Property Awards 2022 on 7 June.

  • Whitgift Centre
    News

    This week in... 2018

    2022-05-26T00:00:00Z

    John Lewis and Waitrose signed as anchor tenants for a £1.4bn redevelopment of Croydon’s Whitgift shopping centre.

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    Markets

    Leeds left in a siding over HS2

    2022-05-26T00:00:00Z

    Land parcels still locked up pending decision on the line’s replacement. 

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    News

    Get Living plans 1,350 homes to complete East Village jigsaw

    2022-05-26T00:00:00Z

    Developer plans 850 BTR and 500 student homes at east London scheme along with public realm revamp

  • Handshake
    News

    Partnering with the public sector

    2022-05-25T23:00:00Z

    With inflation rising and the threat of a cost-of-living crisis looming, the pandemic’s economic impact is becoming more apparent. As a result, it has never been more important for our industry to create meaningful partnerships with the public sector to support cities’ and councils’ growth. 

  • Stocks
    News

    Riding out the short-term shocks

    2022-05-25T23:00:00Z

    Some readers will recall the famous opening of children’s TV programme Stingray: “Anything can happen in the next half hour!” As a stream of headlines takes you between the Ukraine conflict, the UK cost-of-living crisis and inflation, the lockdown in China and UK government in-fighting, Stingray’s catchphrase feels like a ...

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    News

    Heritage can help high streets

    2022-05-25T23:00:00Z

    Back in 2005, a report by English Heritage suggested that locating retail in a quirky heritage building actually increased its appeal and raised footfall, which made it sound as if this could be a really good way of breathing some new life into our declining high streets.

  • Flats
    News

    Time to dispel real estate myths

    2022-05-25T23:00:00Z

    In March, I had the pleasure of supporting an event by Revo and Hammerson exploring the barriers to diversity in real estate, our struggle to be representative of the society we serve and the difficulties in being understood as a net contributor to society. I was left pondering the question: ...

  • EPC
    News

    EPC rating deadline is looming

    2022-05-25T23:00:00Z

    By April 2023, the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES) regulations will come into force, prohibiting landlords from leasing out commercial buildings with an EPC rating of ‘F’ or lower. Those continuing to do so risk a fine ranging from £5,000 to £150,000.

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    News

    PDR schemes call for flexible finance

    2022-05-25T23:00:00Z

    The government’s new permitted development rights (PDR) have opened up a swathe of potential opportunities for developers to repurpose significant amounts of our failing high streets.

  • Biophilia-Workplace-Pic
    News

    It is time to reap the benefits of urban farms in the office

    2022-05-25T23:00:00Z

    Greenery has long been a decorative feature of real estate schemes but it can play a more functional role