All Property Week articles in 9 September 2022 – Page 3

  • Colette O'Shea
    News

    Landsec announces departure of COO Colette O’Shea

    2022-09-09T13:25:00Z

    Landsec has announced that its chief operating officer Colette O’Shea will be leaving the organisation next year as it moves into the next phase of its growth strategy.

  • Man signing contract
    News

    Savills acquires James A Barker

    2022-09-09T12:27:00Z

    Savills has acquired James A Barker (JAB), a specialist adviser for licensed property, for an undisclosed amount.

  • Offices
    News

    Town Centre Securities acquires new London HQ

    2022-09-09T12:24:00Z

    Town Centre Securities (TCS) has announced the acquisition of a new London head office on Weymouth Street.

  • Queen Elizabeth shutterstock_114857485 Shaun Jeffers
    News

    Industry pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth II

    2022-09-09T08:33:00Z

    Tributes have poured in from across the real estate industry following the announcement that Her Majesty the Queen, the country’s longest-reigning monarch, died at Balmoral yesterday aged 96.

  • Care home
    News

    NAV up 5% at supported home provider Triple Point

    2022-09-09T08:24:00Z

    Supported living specialist Triple Point Social Housing REIT has reported a rise in net asset value (NAV) to 111.80p per share at its half-year point on 30 June 2022, up 5.06% compared with 106.42p a year earlier.

  • Greg Clark
    Insight

    Clark versus Clarke

    2022-09-09T00:00:00Z

    It will take a while for the dust to settle, now that we have a new prime minister in Liz Truss, a new chancellor in Kwasi Kwarteng and a new levelling-up and housing secretary in Simon Clarke. 

  • Remote working
    Insight

    Worker welfare is key in hybrid world

    2022-09-08T00:00:00Z

    Editor: In response to your article on JLL’s Future of Work survey, which reveals that hybrid working is critical to real estate’s future, I wanted to share some insights into the accompanying rapid changes in people management.

  • Ukraine and Russia flag
    Insight

    The ‘G’ in ESG under the spotlight

    2022-09-08T00:00:00Z

    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is an appalling event that has shone a light on the activities of some of Britain’s most respected property brands, which have transacted with oligarchs alongside global agencies that were forced to rethink their presence in Moscow.

  • EPC_credit_shutterstock_Brian A Jackson_195123071
    Professional

    PRS must meet new EPC ratings

    2022-09-08T00:00:00Z

    Proposed amendments to the PRS Regulations brought into force in 2015, which established the existing Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) for privately rented property in England and Wales, are a clear example of the important role that the real estate sector must play in helping the government achieve its net ...

  • Crossrail sign shutterstock_2161853475 Octus_Photography PW090222
    Insight

    The Elizabeth line is a sleeping giant

    2022-09-08T00:00:00Z

    The opening of the Elizabeth line in May represented a historic achievement. To say Crossrail had been long awaited is an understatement: plans for an east-west railway across the capital have been around in some guise since the 1880s, albeit the Crossrail name was not coined until 1974 and royal ...

  • Proptech
    Insight

    Expect ups and downs as tech matures

    2022-09-08T00:00:00Z

    Property Week’s latest Power of Proptech survey, supported by Freeths, reveals changing attitudes as technologies adopted during the pandemic become embedded in the sector.

  • Outdoor dining London
    Insight

    Culture has a key levelling-up role

    2022-09-08T00:00:00Z

    Responding to the government’s levelling-up agenda by investing social capital in our communities to build productivity, boost investment and ensure equitable wealth generation requires the sector to think differently.

  • Green building
    Professional

    What should landlords consider when negotiating green leases?

    2022-09-08T00:00:00Z

    Green lease is a term often bandied about. However, many people are still unaware of what it really means.

  • London Docklands
    News

    Office vacancies rise in Docklands as City cements its recovery

    2022-09-08T00:00:00Z

    A major disparity has emerged between London’s largest two financial districts, with office rents rising in the City but dropping in Docklands.

  • Green office
    Professional

    Will nutrient neutrality rules be eased? Don’t hold your breath

    2022-09-08T00:00:00Z

    The objective of any environmental assessment is to capture significant effects. It does not major on subtleties, but that is the twilight zone occupied by nitrate neutrality assessments. This is why environmentalists are suspicious and developers palpably struggle

  • Piccadilly Arcade_credit_shutterstock_William Barton_1310170663
    Professional

    Can pop-ups boost high streets?

    2022-09-08T00:00:00Z

    Before the pandemic, pop-up stores were being hailed as the potential saviour of bricks-and-mortar retail. However, with the cost-of-living crisis, rising inflation and continued dominance of ecommerce, is this still the case?

  • Bombs in field shutterstock_2139316357 cgterminal PW090922
    News

    Battery boom town

    2022-09-08T00:00:00Z

    Explosive discovery powers down progress on gigafactory development.

  • Diversity
    Online

    Property industry must have diverse aspirations

    2022-09-08T00:00:00Z

    Two years ago, the Black Lives Matter protests sharpened many companies’ focus on diversity, equity and inclusion. Kate Parker asks whether genuine progress has been made across the property industry

  • Aint nothing going up but the rent poster shutterstock_333834479 HipKat PW090922
    Insight

    Will rent cap prove anti-social?

    2022-09-08T00:00:00Z

    The road to housing hell is paved with government good intentions. The latest example is the thoroughly laudable aim of sheltering social housing tenants from double-digit rental inflation. The problem is that might stop development of affordable housing in its tracks. 

  • PW090922_Marylebone High St_shutterstock_746973709_cred William Barton
    News

    Howard de Walden back in black but ‘bleak’ outlook dampens ambitions

    2022-09-08T00:00:00Z

    Howard de Walden Estates has returned to a pre-tax profit as a result of a strong post-pandemic recovery, but the difficult national economic outlook has dampened its ambitions for the year ahead.